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Mighty mini arrow

KSP_CPA

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#21
Been working on this one for awhile. Time spent of the printed fuselage, it is enlarged to two inch width and a little more room for 9g servos. We finish her off shortly. Fly safe..
Good call with the 9g servos. I have the stock 5g on mine and I start to see some yaw wobble on it at high speeds probably due to elevon flutter.
I want to build a new one which would either incorporate two 5g servos on each elevon or a single 9g more center mounted. Great idea on the two inch center too. Looks great!
 

Keno

Well-known member
#22
Good call with the 9g servos. I have the stock 5g on mine and I start to see some yaw wobble on it at high speeds probably due to elevon flutter.
I want to build a new one which would either incorporate two 5g servos on each elevon or a single 9g more center mounted. Great idea on the two inch center too. Looks great!
Flew it yesterday and as Arrows do, it flies great. Took a hit on the nose on the first launch everything survived better than I had planed. all that happened was I knocked off the nose bumper, back in the air with added reflex. Fly happy
 

Keno

Well-known member
#23
Thought it post some STL for a printed FT Mini Arrow 2" fuselage. I have enlarge it to 2" for more battery space and flight equipment. There is two options on the base print, one for flying and the other provides room for a camera. Also note that a hole will have to cut for FPV wiring to access FPV equipment wiring. Build wing as per FT instructions but cut a 2"x11 wide heavy paper template to mark out cut for the new fuselage. This is also on Thingsgivers if you can find it.
Fly safe
 

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#25
Hey that’s a good looking arrow.
what Do you think of my mini arrows that’s 2.5x the size.
 

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