Flite Test Mighty Mini DR1 Triplane Lothar Von Richtofen


Flite Test Mighty Mini DR1 Triplane Lothar Von Richtofen


FT MM DR1 Triplane Lothar Von Richthofen



This  skin depicts the aircraft (454/14 of JA 11 MArch 1918) flown by World War One fighter ace Lothar-Siegfried Freiherr Von Richthofen. Younger brother of Manfred Von Richthofen. Lothar Von Richthofen was credited with 40 victories during the war but died in a plane crash in 1922. Lothar Von Richthofen is credited for shooting down in 1917 top English ace at the time Albert Ball. Skins include paper Spandau machine guns to complete the look.

Skin Kit Includes:

(1) 24X87 skin of Lothar Von Richthofen

(1) 24X33 Printed plans. A complete plan set for reference.

Power Pack Compatibility:

Power Pack F – Improved output power


Weight: 9.3 Oz (Fully assembled; without battery or skins)
Wingspan: 24 Inches (736mm)
Center of Gravity: Directly on the fold of the top wing
Control Surface Throws: 12 Degrees
Expo Suggestions: 30%


All prices include shipping to the continental US only.

Please Note: Photographs depict a simulator using the skins. You are not purchasing a complete RC aircraft kit nor a speed build kit of any sort. It is only the printed paper coverings and plans. Nothing else is included or implied.