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FT Mighty Mini Zero WR (762mm)

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0.60 LBS
Power Pack:
Power Pack F
Power Pack:
Power Pack A

FT Mighty Mini Zero WR (762mm)


FT Mighty Mini Zero WR (762mm)

The Flite Test Mighty Mini Zero brings all the rewards of flying a classic warbird and packs it into a small package that is both fun to build and fly. The Mighty Series aircraft designs are known for being fun to build, incredibly durable, and to also fly amazing. The Zero is no exception. While not a trainer, you will be able to carve through the sky and perform all the classic maneuvers you would expect a warbird to do. Along with that, The wide speed range will make hand launching and landing a breeze. With this build, you will also learn new techniques that are responsible for the amazing scale lines of the Zero and also benefit with the large open room for both the battery or an optional FT Aura 5 flight control board. 

Once your build is finished, scuff the Flitetest foam, paint, and add the included decals of an amazing scale and personalized look. This model can be flown with both a Power Pack A or F depending on whether you wish to fly and slow or scream through the skies. Couple this amazing model with our new Mighty Mini Corsair for an Epic aerial battle with your friends and family.   
Weight: 230 grams (Fully assembled; without battery)  
Wingspan:  30 Inches (762 mm)  
Center of Gravity:  1.5 Inches (39mm) 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
  • Zero Decal Pack
Needed to Complete: 
  • (1) Power Pack (A or F)
  • (1) 2.4GHz Radio System (Radio & Receiver)
  • Mini zero

    Posted by laramie jordan on 15th Aug 2021

    This plane assembles relatively easy...ive built many ft planes and I think a beginner could build this...I assembled useing the f pack....and I used a 850mah 3s battery....first battery lasted almost the entire flew very stable as I was not useing any kind of about a 3mph wind...towards the end of might flight time I was bring it around for one last low pass and as it passed by I gave a little up elevator and snap...right side wing snapped off....after inspection this area is way to thin....the plane will fly great just don't get crazy with it

  • Beware Of White Paint

    Posted by Jack Snavely on 3rd Aug 2021

    My son has been flying without Safe and it flies amazing! We lost it against an overcast sky and could not find it after putting on safe and cutting the throttle. Maybe white is not the best color for a beginner.

  • Good Flyer

    Posted by Jack Snavely on 26th Jul 2021

    My son has built many scratch builds and this was his first Speed Build. Went great and flew great. We added SAFE and AS3X. Flew on rials. For the 4th of July he put a whole roll of crate paper on it and it still flew (barely). Belly landing eventually broke the prop. Bought a composite replacement.

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