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FT Mighty Mini Corsair WR (737mm)

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0.90 LBS
Flying Difficulty:
Build Difficulty:
Power Pack:
Power Pack F

FT Mighty Mini Corsair WR (737mm)


FT Mighty Mini Corsair WR (737mm)

The Flite Test Mini Corsair is a new and exciting chapter for or FT Mini line up. The Mini Corsair is as rewarding to build as it is to fly. That is because of our collaboration with designer John Overstreet. John has partnered with Flite Test to use his amazing design skills mixed with classic Flite Test build techniques to reimagine the original FT Mighty Mini Corsair. This new design offers smooth rounded edges and a wide open area inside the model for your electronics and also an option FT Aura 5 flight controller. This Flight controller can make the Mini Corsair a great trainer and also remove adverse effects of gusty wind.

The Mini Corsair uses the Power Pack F for great power and efficiency. Once you have built your plane, scuff, paint, and add the included Decals for a beautiful scale but personal look. You can also partner the Mini Corsair with the  Mini Zero for awesome aerial battles and fun memories with your friends and family. 
Weight: 270 grams (Fully assembled; without battery)  
Wingspan:  29 Inches (737 mm)  
Center of Gravity:  1.75 Inches (44mm) from the leading edge of wing (Recommended)  
Control Surface Throws: 12 Degrees  
Expo Suggestions: 30%  

Kit Includes:
  • Laser-cut Foam Airframe
  • 16" Pushrods
  • Control horns
  • Plywood Firewall
  • Corsair Decal Pack
Needed to Complete:
  • (1) Power Pack F
  • (1) 2.4GHz Radio System (Radio & Receiver)
  • Great build, weak wings

    Posted by Adam on 12th Aug 2021

    First of all, I love flitefest and all of overstreets designs, a real artist! Well this one came together well and flew well, after doing a few aggressive tricks, the wings snapped at the junction of the fuselage. I realize this is a weakness in the design where The spar has no continuity across the fuselage base, which is unlike the zero. This may be a point for a version 2.0. The good news is I can pull out the electronics and build my zero.

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