Flite Test LongEZ Electric Airplane Kit (483mm)

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The Flite Test LongEZ is a great "bank and yank" semi scale DIY electric airplane kit. Simplicity was the theme of this design and our hopes are that it can be built and flying in no time! One motor, an ESC, and two servos are all you need to get the Long EZ in the air. Powered with the power pack A it can run off of a 2s battery for more beginner friendly characteristics, or use a 3s to make it a ballistic speed plane! The original Long EZ is an icon of experimental aviation and this model is no different.

Power Pack Compatibility:   
Flite Test Airplanes are all designed around the use of various "Power Packs" which include an inexpensive Motor, ESC, Servo, & accessory package to complete each aircraft! The compatible power pack is listed below.  


Weight: 5.5 Oz (Fully assembled; without battery) 
Wingspan: 19 Inches (483mm) 
Control Surface Throws: 12 Degrees 
Expo Suggestions: 30% 

Kit Includes: 

  • Laser-cut Foam Airframe
  • Firewall 
  • Push Rods
  • Control Horns
  • Specification Sheet

Needed to Complete: 

  • (1) Brushless Motor: 1806 Size, 2300kV Minimum 
  • (1+) Propellers: 5x3 - 6x4.5 
  • (1) ESC: 12A Amp (minimum)
  • (1+) Battery: 2S-3S 7.4V- 11.1V LiPo 650-850mAh
  • (2) Servos: ~5 Gram Micro Servos


This product was added to our catalog on September 11, 2018

Kevin Cave
Verified Owner
Sunday, Dec 9 2018 (3 days ago)
Flite Test LongEZ Electric Airplane Kit (483mm)
The airplane went together just fine. The assembly was quick and was kinda fun. But, I ordered the specified Pack A for minis and the specified 2s battery. The airplane was severely under-powered with this combination. It barely flew, but was under control the entire time. I am going to put a 3s in as soon as the weather clears up some. I'll get back to you then. Also, because the battery was smaller, I had to add some nose weight.