Looks like a good fpv/camera ship for long distance flights with ArduPlane.

$189 - airframe kit only




  • Wingspan: 2520mm / 99.2inch
  • Kits Airplane weight: 2.4kg (5.3lb) including all reinforcement parts
  • Extra Payload: 3.0kg-4.0kg (6.6lb-8.8lb)/ flight weight>6.0kg
  • Customized Brushless Power system:
  • Customized Motor for Airtitan:  M60K/ Power 1500W
  • Testing static thrust: 5.5-6.0kg (6S, 15" Prop)
  • Propeller recommend: 15*6 / 15*7
  • ESC: Advanced 80A OPTO (without Built-in BEC) 
  • External UBEC: 5V/6A,5.5V/6A or 6V/6A (Switchable)
  • Material of fuselage and Wing: EPO

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Comment by Gary Mortimer on February 6, 2014 at 11:58am

Its going to be upto the first 50 folks that buy it to get the truth out.On paper it looks cool. (and in that shot)

Comment by Phil Rudram on February 6, 2014 at 12:24pm

If only they included a propeller in deal it would be a no brainer :) Looks the part,like the broad wings.

Comment by Eli Cohen on February 6, 2014 at 2:56pm

too many tails!

Comment by Euan Ramsay on February 7, 2014 at 12:40am

Is that flush servo's I see in the wings? If so, I'm surprised we don't see more direct-drive servo use. I understand there are packaging reasons to use linkages, but even still - would like to see more direct drive use - less bits to go wrong, and more aerodynamically efficient.

Comment by Graham Dyer on February 7, 2014 at 1:40am

My 0.22 cents worth:

- Looks like no flaps, only ailerons and ailerons don't go to the wingtips

- enormous black aileron hinges

- twin vertical fins seems unnecessary and they're slightly out of the propwash (but they are big)

- added weight of extra fin, rudder, servo and hardware.

- empty weight seems a bit heavy

- 1500W, for what!? To test flutter? Go into orbit?

Comment by Stephen Gloor on February 7, 2014 at 5:32am

However notice

  • The sturdy undercarriage avoiding hand launching a buzz saw like the X8
  • Steerable nosewheel so you you don't fish tail all the way down the runway
  • Plenty of wing area for load carrying.
  • Upper deck to put comms gear on well away from the autopilot.

There are some advantages to this aircraft. 

Comment by Muhammad Al-Rawi on February 7, 2014 at 10:33am

Ailerons do not appear to be direct-drive: http://www.readymaderc.com/store/images/AirTitan-01.jpg

Comment by robincfey on February 9, 2014 at 3:05pm

certainly looks like an improvement from the penguin , really glad they did away with the clear plastic hatch , mind you the penguin with a few mods (quite a few) was a fantastic rugged hard wearing plane, mine is still going even after many hard landings , tree ditches and water landings , so maybe the titan will be the next level , might have to be my next project 

Comment by Josh Welsh on February 11, 2014 at 8:21am

It's taking so much self-control not to order one of these and drop an APM in it!  Looks to be a good ship for several applications

Comment by Phil Rudram on February 11, 2014 at 11:19am

Don't worry we all have the same impulsive and compulsive behaviour on this blog.The only thing that controlls us all is available funds and storage/building space :) Go for it tell us how it works !


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