Flite Test Sea Duck "Maker Foam" Electric Airplane Kit (1422mm)

Flite Test Sea Duck "Maker Foam" Electric Airplane Kit (1422mm)
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Now manufactured with Maker Foam Flite Test welcomes a real flying version of an iconic aircraft from an aviation themed cartoon called Tale Spin to the FLITE TEST FAMILY... The FT SEA DUCK!! One of the goals behind making this plane was to celebrate other community members who have designed similar versions of the SeaDuck. We also wanted to demonstrate the abilities of this cartoon made real along with giving ideas on fun activities you can do to keep the inspiration going long after a cartoon or show has ended. Keeping the DREAM ALIVE!  

This plane is a twin engine,  3 channel airplane.  It is an amazing machine to build and even more fun to FLY!  The FT Sea Duck uses differential thrust capabilities which makes maneuvering on the water a breeze!!  Another awesome thing that this plane brings with it is, even though it is a sea plane, it flys great from a position on land as well for people who do not live near water or where water is not easily accessible!  If you are looking for a FIRST twin engine airplane, you have found it!  As you build this plane you will see that it was designed to fit either the B-twin power pack or the C-twin power pack for versatility(recommended)!  This plane was engineered to allow for people to be creative and go flying with their transmitters as well as their imaginations to build or fly something they maybe thought was iconic in their own aviation upbringing!  We are hoping this plane brings you as much fun as it has brought us over the past few months.  

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
Weight: 2.45 LBs (Fully assembled; without battery)
Wingspan: 56 Inches (1422mm)
Center of Gravity: 2.5 Inches (64mm) from the leading edge of the wing (Recommended)
Control Surface Throws: 16 Degrees
Expo Suggestions: 30%

Kit Includes:

  • Laser-cut Foam Airframe
  • Firewalls
  • Push Rods
  • Control Horns
  • Throw Gauge
  • Specification Sheet

Needed to Complete:

  • (2) Brushless Motors: Flite Test C Radial or 425 Size, 1200kV Minimum
  • (2+) Propellers: 9x4.5-10x4.5
  • (2) ESC: 20-30 Amp
  • (1+) Battery: 3S 11.1V LiPo 2200mAh
  • (3-4) Servos: ~9 Gram Micro Servos
  • (1) Power Harness: Connecting 2 ESC's to 1 Battery
  • (1) 2.4GHZ Radio System (Radio & Receiver)
  • Misc. Building Supplies.

This product was added to our catalog on June 17, 2020

Verified Owner
Sunday, Sep 27 2020 (4 days ago)
Flite Test Sea Duck "Maker Foam" Electric Airplane Kit (1422mm)
The power plant recommended for this plane is great! but the plane has structural issues with the tail booms witch led to them snaping mid-flight during a loop.
Thursday, Jul 9 2020 (3 months ago)
Flite Test Sea Duck "Maker Foam" Electric Airplane Kit (1422mm)
This is my 20th Flite Test speed build. I have built everything from the mini Arrow to the Edge 540. This build was the second most challenging. Keep in mind that the Radial Engines aren’t as long as the old C pack motors, so pushing the power pod all the way back to the wing will not let the propellers turn! I had to move them forward 1/2 inch and punch new holes for the skewers. I will update this after the maiden.