M226 Flying Wing

This is my scratch-built flying wing. Based in part on the P115 wing, it has a much fatter airfoil.

The wing is hollow, held in shape by a series of internal ribs. Everything is made from Dollar Tree foamboard. I used about two sheets of the stuff, all told.

48 white LEDs attached to the ribsĀ inside the wing make it light up for night flying.

Current setup:

  • 1300 kV ‘Blue Wonder’ 24 gram motor
  • 20A ESC from Heads Up
  • Two (2) 10gram HobbyKing servos
  • 850 mAh 3-cell LiPo batteries
  • OrangeRx R610 receiver

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