The 1905 Wright Flyer III was the third powered aircraft by the Wright Brothers. It was built during the winter of 1904-1905. Orville Wright made the first flight on June 23, 1905, and it was considered the first practical airplane. The aircraft pictured here is the Litespeed Airshow demonstration replica and was carefully crafted by our own Tom Vintaloro. It is powered by two small geared electric DC motors turning 5.5″ propellers. The model flies very realistic and is a perfect representation of the how the real airplane flew.
|Wright Flyer Specs|
|Top Speed:||15 mph|
|Power Plant:||Geared Brushed DC Motor|
|Radio:||Spektrum iX12 using 3 channels|
|Battery:||1S – 3.7 Volt 200 mah|