Here's the step by step instructions to build your own FT Mini Cruiser. More details for this build are listed below in this article and additional links are available for setting up your electronics and components.
The FT Mini Cruiser is the 'twin' additional to the FT Might Minis Series!
The speed build kit shown above features a custom sticker kit available in our store!
The speed build kit (along with many other great products) is available in our online store.
And as always, free build plans are available as a PDF downloads located in the links at the bottom of this article.
These mini twin kits come with foam board wheels, but the cool wheels featured in this build are available in our store as well! CLICK HERE
Before you build this you will need to assemble your Mini Power Pod.
We start with the wing!
Dont forget to bevel the wing, careful not to slice through your paper!
Friends are nice, evenly put pressure on the entire wing.
Bevel the Stabilizer.
Remember, the table is your friend, right Josh?
Josh and Peter showing the wings weight in grams.
Be patient with the posterboard, give it a few minutes to dry.
Creating the rest of the nose.
Joining the wing and fuselage! Be gentle, dont force them together.
Power pods, check!
Servos fit in the wings like a glove on a foot.
Peter checking the length of his ESC's wires.
Gluing the power pods in place.
Putting the wire through the linkage stoppers.
Dont forget to tighten your stoppers!
Getting the board connected to the servos and power pods.
To learn more about setting up your twin motors as well as details for thrust vectoring, but sure to check out the build article for the full size FT Cruiser!
Last but not least, put on your landing gear and props.
Thank you everyone for watching and supporting us here at Flite Test. This has been possible because you and we appreciate growing with you guys. See you guys next time!
Here are some other great articles mentioned in this build video:
DIY Micro FPV Camera setup
Hot Glue Tricks
FT Cruiser - Build and Supplimental electronics tutorials