Now manufactured with Master Foam the FT Spitfire is the 10th design in the swappable series and the first of which that is a warbird. This is the perfect gateway into scale-like flying and is also a good introduction into four channel flying. This plane is great for beginners and or experienced pilots who are looking for scale lines without the unforgiving flight characteristics of most scale warbirds. This was achieved by taking the wing of the FT Cruiser and heavily modifying it with the unmistakable elliptical Spitfire wing shape, increasing the size of the under cambered wing tips and adding dihedral. The result is a very forgiving scale warbird that flies just as good as it looks.
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!
Maker Foam Features:
White color is much easier to add a simple trim scheme using stickers or pinstripes
Translucent allowing models to be creatively lit from within
Takes paint or decals extremely well
More durable than previous Flite Test foam products
Specifications: Weight: 14.9 Oz (Fully assembled; without battery)
Wingspan: 42.5 Inches (1080mm)
Center of Gravity: 2.7 Inches (68mm) from leading edge of wing (Recommended)
Control Surface Throws:Ailerons & Elevator: 10 degrees | Rudder: 25 degrees
Expo Suggestions: 30%
Laser-cut Foam Airframe
Posterboard Front & Back Turtle Deck
Power Pod (Swappable)
Needed to Complete:
(1) Brushless Motor:Flite Test C Radial or Park 400 Type, 810kV minimum
(1+) Propellers: 8x6 or 9x4.7
(1) ESC: 18-30 Amp
(1+) Battery: 3S 11.1V LiPo 1000-2200mAh
(4) Servos: ~9 Gram Micro Servos
This product was added to our catalog on July 21, 2020
Flite Test Master Series Spitfire "Maker Foam" Electric Airplane Kit (1220mm)
I received the brown maker foam kit as I had issues with the white maker foam (which they say they have fixed). Anyway, this kit looks amazing finished. They keep the costs way down using stuff like coffee stir sticks, skewers, ect. It did take me about 10 hours build time going through the 2.5 hour assembly video. Mine does not look nearly as nice as the video but still amazing. Not for the beginner pilot.