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FT Mighty Mini Scout WR (609mm)

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FT Mighty Mini Scout WR (609mm)


FT Mighty Mini Scout WR (609mm)


The FT Mini Scout is a 3 channel slow flyer that ANYONE can enjoy!  This mini is perfect for backyards, gymnasiums, and indoor fly-ins. The FT Mighty Mini Scout can be flown with the recommended electronics below or modified to accept the electronic components from common ready to fly micro aircraft with 10 gram brushless set ups or larger. Their gentle flight characteristics and incredible durability makes this a great and rewarding platform for beginners and experienced pilots alike. 


This includes the airframe only (no electronics).

FT Mini Scout Specs:

  • WEIGHT WITHOUT BATTERY: 4.05 oz (115 g)
  • CENTER OF GRAVITY: 2 inches (44 mm) from leading edge of wing
  • CONTROL SURFACE THROWS: 16 ̊ deflection (elevator/rudder) Expo 25%
  • WINGSPAN: 24 inches (609 mm)
  • RECOMMENDED MOTOR: 2480 kv 250 size motor
  • RECOMMENDED PROP: 5 x 3 prop minimum
  • RECOMMENDED ESC: 6 amp minimum
  • RECOMMENDED BATTERY: 300 - 800mAH 2s minimum
  • RECOMMENDED SERVOS: (2) 5 gram servos 







Kit Includes

  • Laser-cut foam airframe
  • Power Pod (Mini)
  • Firewall (Mini)
  • Push Rods
  • Control Horn
  • Bar-BQ Skewers
  • Data Sheet
  • Velcro
  • Landing Gear Wire



  • Love it!

    Posted by Al on 4th Jan 2023

    This is a very easy to fly and cute plane. Love it!


  • 100 Percent and 90 Percent Versions

    Posted by Jack Snavely on 17th Oct 2022

    I was looking for a plane to use some of the "A" motors I have in. Several planes seemed a little underpowered with this small motor. So I made a 90 Percent version and used the black foam. This was a blast to fly but wind made it hard to fly. Plenty of power. So I built the 100 Percent version and used landing gear. Flew excellent but the landing gear is barely held on. I reinstalled the landing gear using a BBQ skewer through the foam after first reenforcing fuselage with fiber packing tape. I put the first in the middle of the landing gear square. Then I put another skewer toward the back but not in the landing gear foam. This way I could put a rubber band across the skewers and cushine the gear on landing. Worked perfect. We had a couple hard landings but the gear did not even bend. No need for safe on this one as it is very light. Once it is trimed it flies like it has safe. We will likely make it 4 channel to do some rolls but with the landing gear attached it feels like a 4 channel. Without landing gear one feels the delay is turning a little more. Great plane!

  • Great kit and great company!

    Posted by Andy Cronin on 19th Jan 2018

    This is the 2nd kit I have purchased and building it was easy and really fun. The build videos are great. Easy to follow and understand. I have it all ready to fly and it looks great!

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