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FT Mighty Mini Arrow

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Welcome the newest member to the FT MINI Family... The FT Mighty Mini Arrow! As Tried and true as its name, this little beauty will have you captivated at first flight!  This wing will transport you to place where no acrobatical movement is safe and where everyone in your community will have to experience it for themselves!  Grab your friends, your target, stock your quiver and go shoot some "Arrows!"

This wing was created to allow for people to quickly and affordably get up in the air and flying.  It is designed to fit a smaller power pack to allow for a smooth, trainer option, but its primary function is to incorporate a larger power pack for FPV wing racing!

FT Arrow Kit Includes: 

  • 1x - mini firewall/controll horn combo
  • 2x - zip ties
  • 2x - 16.5" pushrods
  • 2x - BBQ Skewers
  • Note: This Kit includs the airframe only (no electronics). 


FT Arrow Specs: 

  • WEIGHT WITHOUT BATTERY: 6 oz (170 g)
  • CENTER OF GRAVITY: 1.75 inches (44 mm) in front of rear firewall
  • CONTROL SURFACE THROWS: 12 ̊ deflection (elevons) Expo 30%
  • WINGSPAN: 29 inches (736 mm)
  • RECOMMENDED MOTOR: 2300 kv 2204 size motor
  • RECOMMENDED PROP: 6 x 4.5 prop
  • RECOMMENDED ESC: 12 amp minimum
  • RECOMMENDED SERVOS: (2) 5 gram servos


FT Mighty Mini Arrow Build


Please watch recent build videos before removing any paper from the foam! Some videos may use white foam board, which is no longer available and has now been replaced with water-resistant foam board.







Reviews (53)

Jerrad 14th Aug 2017

Power Pack F not suited for a quick build

I selected the power pack F to really get this wing going but while I was assembling it I noticed many issues with the motor supplied and the firewall along with some other issues. The firewall doesn't have a proper cutout for the wire leads from the motor so your going to have to cut out some of the wood to make room. Also the motor mount holes are too small you will need some drill bits to modify the firewall for the screws that fit the motor. If your a spektrum user and plan on using a AR400 get ready to have to file down the connectors a little. Servor connectors and ESC are a very tight fit, as in I thought I was going to break a pin or wire trying to force it in. They are slightly larger than the bind plug so expect a fight to make those connections. I feel like the back of the wing could benefit from some simple fold up tabs to properly glue the wing near the pod by the motor to have an easy auto level setup. I almost forgot to check and had to quickly cut a little and re-glue the back wing portion to get them level beside the power pod. Having to tape the wings in the middle ended up being a bigger pain that I thought when excess glue glued it to the table. I had to hold it down for 3 mins to cool nice and flat and even and peal it from the table after I was done. I'm going to use the wooden BBQ skewers next time and use those to help connect and strengthen it if I build another. I was not ready for what challenges the power pack F had in store so I did not get to finish this build this weekend. XT30 seems kind of odd with most batteries having XT60 since I fly quads as well. I'd like to reuse my 4S 860 but guess I'll have to order some smaller ones better fit for this plane.

Avery 20th Jul 2017

Flies well, but poor battery compatibility

It flies like its on rails, a truly awesome fpv machine. One serious flaw is the width of the fuselage. I'm having a hard time fitting turnigy batteries into the middle hatch. Beware anyone who thought about putting in a 1300mah 3s, it won't work. Even a 1000mah 3s would be tight.