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FT Tiny Trainer (Mighty Mini)

SP0NZ

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#41
Looks like I'll be starting my first plane this weekend!:cool:
I think you made a wise choice there. You might want to pick up some foam board and use your kit as a template to trace and cut the parts out. That way, when you crash, you can build another one.
 
#42
My daughter and I are building a pair of these so I bought two kits and I was actually thinking about doing just that. My plan was to let her build from the kit and I was going to make a copy from the other one and see if I could build one good enough to fly.

I didn't expect it to ship out so quickly so now I need to source the electronics today.
 

SP0NZ

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#43
My daughter and I are building a pair of these so I bought two kits and I was actually thinking about doing just that. My plan was to let her build from the kit and I was going to make a copy from the other one and see if I could build one good enough to fly.

I didn't expect it to ship out so quickly so now I need to source the electronics today.
Welcome to the forums by the way.

You can always guild the glider version while you are waiting for the electronics. :)
 

jayz 84

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#44
Dose anybody know when the plans are going to be released. Was hoping to have one for the weekend to fly around the hanger during my breaks;) and get my father started on flying
 

mrwzrd59

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#50
Look at all the fun you're having!

I think the reason your show is so appealing is the fact you're having so much fun! It just draws you in and even at 55 years old, I find myself laughing and enjoying the positive vibes!

Keep it up guys!

See you at Flite Fest this year!
 
#53
guy, im looking at the recommended motor for this (the ZMR 1804 2400KV), which direction do i need? i electronically it can be changed by changing 2 of the phases over, but i assume its to do with the prop nut thread. so which was do you look at the motor to get the right direction??
 
#57
I just finished my tiny traniner build. It's made from 4mm XPS foam covered with wingtape.
It's powered by a 1300kv blue wonder and weighs 233 grams. (without battery)

I did not maiden it yet

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Lets hope it wil fly...
 
#58
^ Lets hope it wil fly... Oh it will fly, the question is For how long? j/k

Looks really good, got my plans printed and got to find time to build it. I am planning on using a 800mah 3s and a emax cf2805 and gws7060 prop. Should be a little screamer.
 
#60
daniel83, that looks like too much prop for a blue wonder... 8x3.8 is about max for the 1300kv version as long as you don't run wide open too long at a time (10-15 seconds at a time)