Explore the sky's with the new Flite Test FT Mighty Mini F-22 Raptor!! This little beauty has all of the excitement of the F-22 packed into a minature version! This smaller version makes it a LITTLE more versitile when it comes to flying indoors or in tight surroundings! The Mighty Mini F-22 raptor is a blast to fly and is just as, if not more agile then its original counterpart! Because it is made from one sheet of Flite Test foam made by Adams, it makes building a breeze! OH, and I saved the best announcement for last... this particular plane is the first of its kind to be made with WATER RESISTANT FOAM BOARD!!! Thats right, new and improved water-resistant foam board is here! This Mini is the first to use this style of foam board and we are so excited to bring it to you for this model and hopefully others to come! Also, let us know what you think of this mini and other planes like it with a review of your experience! Lets Fly!!
Power Pack Compatibility: Flite Test Airplanes are all designed around the use of various "Power Packs" which include an inexpensive Motor, ESC, Servo, & accessory package to complete each aircraft! The compatible power pack is listed below.
Power Pack A - Great lower power option for easier control.
Power Pack F - Improved output power for faster speeds and advanced flyers.
Specifications: Weight: 5 Oz (Fully assembled; without battery)
Wingspan: 20 Inches (508mm)
Center of Gravity: 14 Inches (355mm) from the nose (Recommended)
Control Surface Throws: 25 Degrees
Expo Suggestions: 30%
Laser-cut Foam Airframe
FT Elements Firewall
Needed to Complete:
(1) Brushless Motor: Flite Test A or F Radial or 2204-2206 Size; 2200kV minimum
(1+) Propellers: 6x4.5
(1) ESC: 20 Amp
(1+) Battery: 3S 11.1V LiPo 800mAh
(2) Servos: ~5 Gram Micro Servos
This product was added to our catalog on August 2, 2017
Flite Test Mighty Mini F-22 Raptor Electric Airplane Kit (508mm)
This plane requires just a little more experience in the building, but still fairly easy. I have a tendency to try to always try the lowest power needed to fly a plane (I believe you find the true aerodynamic characteristics this way), but found with this model, it definitely prefers more speed to stabilize. Maybe not a beginner plane, but totally a cool looking model that, at speed, can fly really well.