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FT B-25 Mitchell MKR2

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$64.99
$51.99
You save $13.00

Military-Inspired RC Airplane Build Kit

Relive history with the FT B-25 Mitchell medium bomber RC plane. Features operational bomb hatch and optional landing gear. Power with Pack B or C Twin.

FT B-25 Mitchell MKR2

$64.99
$51.99
You save $13.00

FT B-25 Mitchell MKR2

$64.99
$51.99
You save $13.00
Flying Space Required
Large Field
Build Level
medium
Medium
Flying Level
easy
Easy
Build Time
very-slow
6 Hr
Flying Speed
very-slow
Medium
Battery Capacity
battery
2200-3400 mAh
Battery Cells
battery
3-Cell
Power Pack
"B Twin"
Min. Channels
battery
4-Channels
Series
Swappables

The North American B-25 Mitchell is an American medium bomber that was introduced in 1941 and named in honor of Major General William "Billy" Mitchell, a pioneer of U.S. military aviation. In honor of the original, the FT B-25 Mitchell takes the prestigious history and identifiable airframe characteristics and combines them to make a pleasurable building and flying model. The FT B-25 can be powered on Power Pack B Twin or C Twin, depending on desired flight. One unique characteristic of the FT B-25 is Its fully operational bomb hatch, that can use the extra servo of a power pack. There is also an optional landing gear that makes take-off and landing an enjoyable part of your experience.


FT B-25 Mitchell MKR2 Specifications

  • Wingspan: 47"
  • Length of Fuselage: 45"
  • Weight without battery: 2.85 lbs
  • Center of Gravity: 2 5/8" from leading edge

Package Includes

NOTE: This kit includes the airframe only (no electronics).
  • 1 Laser-Cut Foam Airframe

FT B-25 Mitchell MKR2 Videos

  • Great Military Bomber
    5

    Posted by Christopher on 26th Jul 2023

    I saw David’s enthusiasm for this build and had to try it myself. It has tremendous elevator authority for tight loops and even inverted flying. The bomb drop is amazing! I put paratroopers in there for the local air show. I lost the nose wheel on landing, so I beefed up that area with popsicle sticks. It doesn’t roll very fast, but differential thrust makes it quite agile. I love trotting this out with a modified tail turret. Great flying plane!

  • FT B 25
    4

    Posted by john burnett on 2nd Jul 2023

    Build was easy and interesting. Made one of the rudders functional. Worked great as a candy bomber at our annual airshow !

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