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FT Simple Soarer WR (1460mm)

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2.00 LBS
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FT Simple Soarer WR (1460mm)


FT Simple Soarer WR (1460mm)


The FT Simple Soarer is a great introduction to 2 channel gliding. Whether you are motoring up to altitude by using a Power Pod or towing the Simple Soarer up with a friend by using the FT Elements Simple Tow Release mechanism, this plane is a real performer. 

Will ship within 3 business days. 
This includes the airframe only (no electronics).
This airframe is compatible with the swappable series developed by Josh Bixler.

  • WEIGHT WITHOUT BATTERY: 11 oz (311 g)
  • CENTER OF GRAVITY: 2.75 inches (70 mm) from leading edge of wing
  • CONTROL SURFACE THROWS: 12 ̊ deflection (elevator/rudder) Expo 25%
  • WINGSPAN: 57.5 inches (1460mm)
  • RECOMMENDED MOTOR: 24g, 1300 kv minimum
  • RECOMMENDED PROP: 9 x 4.7 prop
  • RECOMMENDED ESC: 10 - 18 amp
  • RECOMMENDED SERVOS: (2 - 3) 9 gram servos 






Kit includes:

  • Laser-cut foam airframe
  • Power Pod (Swappable)
  • Firewall
  • Push rods
  • Control horns
  • Bar-BQ Skewers
  • Rubberbands
  • Data Sheet
  • Velcro
  • Coffee Stirrer


  • Excellent Trainer

    Posted by JTBluefeather on 3rd Feb 2018

    This builds really easy if you follow the directions. I'm not a glider person, so I put a motor on it, and it performs magnificently! I have often put it up in a gentle breeze and been able to keep it aloft for 30 minutes to an hour just with a little power at a time. With a 3S 2200' I use it as a trainer for my kids and newbie pilots. It is gentle and docile, and forgiving for new pilots. It does need some speed at that weight to keep air moving over the control surfaces, but it teaches them speed management as well. Excellent plane!

  • incomplete nose piece

    Posted by RDF on 6th Jul 2017

    The glider nose came in two pieces; should have been one connected piece. The B folds were not cut; had to make them. Other than that, everything went together well. On the first build, you really need to follow along with the video to not miss important steps. I had already built 2 small FT gliders, so knew what to watch for. Building the simple FT planes is fun and educational for children, i.e., grandkids.

  • Pushrods

    Posted by Jack hopkins on 11th Jun 2017

    I am scratch building a simple soarer I bought the 8 pack of pushrods along with powerpack B. I'm sure I'm not the first scratch builder to find out that they are several inches too short for the simple soarer. I now have a package of totally useless pushrods. You might have mentioned that somewhere in your video.

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