Flite Test

Mighty Mini Guinea Speed Build Kit

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The FT Mini Guinea is a small twin with a big personality. This plane offeres so much versatility it is insane!  Whether you are a beginner looking to build your first twin or you are an advanced pilot looking for a very small and versatile platform, the Mini Guinea can do it all! Using differential thrust the Mini Guinea is capable of a wide variety of manuvers such as flat spins, pin wheels, and even harriers. The under cambered wing tips give this aircraft a very wide speed envelope that will allow anything from slow high alpha flight to fast sport flying.  

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This includes the airframe only (no electronics).

  • FT Mini Guinea
  • WEIGHT WITHOUT BATTERY: 9 oz (256 g)
  • CENTER OF GRAVITY: 1.25 inches (32 mm) from leading edge of wing
  • CONTROL SURFACE THROWS: 16 ̊ deflection (elevator/rudder) Expo 25%
  • WINGSPAN: 35 inches (609 mm)
  • RECOMMENDED MOTOR: 2200 kv 250 size motor
  • RECOMMENDED PROP: 5 x 3 prop minimum
  • RECOMMENDED ESC: 12 amp minimum
  • RECOMMENDED BATTERY: 500 - 1000 mAH 2s minimum
  • RECOMMENDED SERVOS: (4) 5 gram servos

Kit Includes: 

  • Laser-Cut Foam Airframe
  • Power Pod (Mini)
  • Firewall (Mini)
  • Push Rods
  • Control Horns
  • BBQ Skewer
  • Data Sheet
  • Velcro
  • Landing Gear Wire
  • 2 Rubber Bands

Reviews (17)

John Heide 24th Jan 2017

Awesome Kit!

I really love how easy this kit makes it to build the Mini Guinea.

Peter D 28th Aug 2016

Brilliant Model !

Buying the kit from Flite Test is a no-brainer - no way could you justify printing the plans, buying all the materials, & then cutting it all out by hand. The quality of the laser cut foam is perfect - especially the way they can cut half way through the foam where required ! Only 2 questions : - The build video shows the paint stick being cut into 2 lengths for the laminated main spar, with enough left over for the nose-wheel supports - there is no left-over for the supports. - The laminated paint stick spar is 7mm thick, whereas the outer foam-board spars/spacers are only 4.8mm thick. Does this mean that the wing gets thinner towards the tips ?



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