Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)

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The Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow is as Tried and true as its name, this little beauty will have you captivated at first flight!  This wing will transport you to place where no acrobatical movement is safe and where everyone in your community will have to experience it for themselves!  Grab your friends, your target, stock your quiver and go shoot some "Arrows!"

This wing was created to allow for people to quickly and affordably get up in the air and flying.  It is designed to fit a smaller power pack to allow for a smooth, trainer option, but its primary function is to incorporate a larger power pack for FPV wing racing!

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.

Weight: 6 Oz (Fully assembled; without battery)
Wingspan: 29 Inches (737mm)
Center of Gravity: 1.75 Inches (44mm) in front of rear firewall (Recommended)
Control Surface Throws: 12 Degrees
Expo Suggestions: 30%

Kit Includes:

  • Laser-cut Foam Airframe
  • Mini Power Pod
  • FT Elements Firewall
  • Push Rods
  • Control Horns
  • Bar-BQ Skewers
  • Throw Gauge
  • Specification Sheet

Needed to Complete:

  • (1) Brushless Motor: Flite Test A or F Radial or2204-2206 Size; 2200kV minimum
  • (1+) Propellers: 6x4.5
  • (1) ESC: 20 Amp
  • (1+) Battery: 3S 11.1V LiPo 800mAh
  • (2) Servos: ~5 Gram Micro Servos
  • (1) 2.4GHZ Radio System (Radio & Receiver)
  • Misc. Building Supplies.

This product was added to our catalog on August 2, 2017

Monday, Sep 10 2018 (about a year ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
Quick to build, good building directions. Fast flyer. Maneuverable, I wound up running at 30% travel. Somewhat difficult to launch when you are flying by yourself. Anyone who can fly a symmetrical winged aileron trainer can move onto this. My only complaint is what is always true of all flying wings, unstable yaw, which isn't really a problem except at low airspeeds. Landings are high speed or it will fall sideways out of the air when you're 10' above the runway surface. I finally made new wing tip "rudders" for mine which were basically the same shape to maintain aesthetics, but double the dimensions so it could be landed at lower speeds. Perhaps that could become an option lasered into the foam board for the builder to decide ?
Friday, Apr 19 2019 (11 months ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
I cut out the plans for this one, so I haven't dealt with the speed build kit. I love flying this plane though. On an 3s 850 mAh I can get ~20 minute flight. I've tried it with both a 2204 and a 1806 motor. I think it might be the fastest FT plane I've flown so far, but I prefer flying it low and slow with the 1806. It glides so nice and stable that it's a quite fun plane to play catch with.

About half the time I put an all in one camera on it for some FPV fun. I think this is the only 3 channel plane I really enjoy as FPV. It coordinates the yaw so nicely when banking, that I don't really feel like I need rubber control. It's not great at chasing other planes though. It has such little drag that I constantly overshoot, and the lack of rudder does become a problem.

Overall I love it for slow flying and FPV cruising. It's a nice relaxing plane for that. If you want it to be fast and aerobatic, use a 220X for the motor and something bigger than a 12A ESC.
Tuesday, Apr 16 2019 (11 months ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
A great plane! It was a very quick build, light, fast, turns quickly. Flies inverted, but needs quite a bit of down elevator....oops...elevon. Flies for 6 minutes on a 500 Mah, 3s battery. Even easy to build from plans. Watch out it can tip stall! Quite durable too. One of their very best planes.
Sunday, Mar 24 2019 (about a year ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
This is the very first foam board airplanes that I got to fly. I started out with the se5a, but quickly got into wing racing with this plane. For those who are building this as their very first plane, set your expos really low. This is a very maneruvable plane and can take some getting used too, but that being said, it is a wonderful airplane. I have build 5 in total of these, and would probably say this is my favorite ft design besides the ft scout, and the sea duck. (Both of which I highly recommend.) this is also a great plane because the build time is about 2 chours starting from scratch. I'm a poor 17 year old in Utah, so I use the dollar foam board and build from scratch. Even starting from simple dollar foam, it sti only takes about 2-3 hours. Oncein flite test has made a great product for everyone.

Collin Gardiner from Utah.
Verified Owner
Monday, Feb 18 2019 (about a year ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
Great little plane! Not a trainer, but my wife loved the look of it so this was our first build and it went together well with no problems. We practiced flying a wing on a flight simulator and then gave it a try. I crashed it into various trees 4 times, my wife once, and our grandson once, and we have all crashed it into the ground countless times! Lol. We just keep gluing and taping it back together, and we have re-enforced the underside out past the servos on both sides from the center with a thin wood, and we are still flying it and having a blast! At 10, our grandson actually flew it very well on his very first flight (he practiced on the flight simulator too). Now we are building the Tiny Trainer with two grandsons ages 8 and 10, but we haven't retired our Mini Arrow yet. One note: Power Pack A was out of stock so we purchased and installed Power Pack F, and it is FAST! We thought we had a large field to fly in, but this plane covers the ground VERY quickly - thus it is easy to end up in the trees. Love it though!!!
Saturday, Sep 22 2018 (about a year ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
This is a great plane, fly's nice and fast very agile. I scratch built mine using the downloaded plans and used the power pack from my SE-5, the servos were too light I stripped them out when I crashed it I installed bigger ones and no more problems with them. I had to move the ESC to the outside so it would run cooler because it was over heating when it was inside. I added a cooling vent for my VTX as well it runs pretty hot as well. this thing is a blast LOS and FPV and tough I broke mine in two just glued it back together and it fly's really good still.
Tuesday, Jun 25 2019 (9 months ago)
Flite Test Mighty Mini Arrow Electric Airplane Kit (737mm)
Definitely my favorite Flite Test plane. I have the plans cut out on posterboard, and whenever I want to build one I just trace the plans onto dollar tree foamboard. Builds super easily and quickly. I have flown it with everything from an A power pack on 2s to an F power pack on 3s. With any configuration, it will slow down easily, and you can get some decent speed with the smaller power plants, but the F pack is where it really shines. It makes for a great combat plane and wonderful for everything from putting around to high speed inverted passes 3 feet above the ground. It handles all your aerobatics that don't require rudder. Inverted flies with relatively little down pressure, and you can even slow it down inverted without getting into trouble. It is incredibly durable and very easy to fix, but I have started doing a couple of my own modifications with mine. One, before I fold the wings over, I reinforce the leading edge with fiberglass packing tape (although regular packing tape would work just fine) which gives it a lot of strength, especially if you're expecting to fly in combats and anticipate hitting another plane at 40 mph. Another is that I mount the ESC on top of the center pod right in front of the motor, with a small cutout to route the XT60 to the battery in the front. This frees up space in the center pod and allows for more ESC cooling. Night flying is a blast with this thing too. I have 12V LED strips that connect to the balance lead of my 850 3s batteries that are routed around the spar in the middle of the wing facing outwards. Installing the LEDs in the wing adds a bit of time to building, but they make for a great night flying experience, as the plane is fully lit. I haven't tried the LEDs with the brown foamboard (I suspect it won't work quite as well), but with the white dollar tree foamboard, it perfectly lights the plane. Overall, it's a very veratile plane and anyone that can handle an aileron plane can handle this.