TH 24" EPP Mini MXS-C Blue

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TH 24 Mini MXS-C B
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Presenting the new MXS-C Mini! Almost a year in development, the new mini version of the awesome MXS-C takes all the insane fun, quickness, response, and precision of the larger MXS and brings it to you in a smaller package.  Just like the Crack Yak Mini took the industrial strength feel of the original Crack Yak on 3S and brought it to smaller flying venues, and the Crack Pitts Mini turned the insanity of a 3S Crack Pitts up to 11, the MXS-C Mini takes all the best attributes of the larger aircraft and boils them down to a quick, go-to flying experience for any flying site, indoors or out.

Far from just a scaled down version of the MXS-C, the MXS-C Mini has had everything re-evaluated. Fuselage construction, wing platform, and control surfaces have all been tweaked to deliver the same performance in a smaller package. Compared to the Crack Yak Mini and Crack Pitts Mini, the MXS-C Mini is the fastest, stiffest feeling, and due to the optimized wing and fuselage shape, can also fly the slowest. If you are a fan of the larger MXS-C or any of our current mini series, you will feel right at home with this one!

  Wing span – 24” / Length – 25”
  AUW 90 - 100g
Required components:
  2000-2350kV Out-runner motor (12g – 14g)
  6A ESC
  2s 180 – 250mAh battery
  Micro Receiver
  (2) 3.5g servos
  4.0g servo
  Prop: 6x3 to 7x3.5 GWS DD


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3 Reviews

  • 5
    MXS-C is very quick

    Posted by Christopher Rearick on Mar 1st 2019

    I have twisted hobbies full mini lineup. Mini Crack Yak, Edge 540, Bipe, Lil Fokker, and now the MXS-C. The singles all fly very similar.
    The bipe and triple will both roll endlessly. I fly these in a gymnasium.
    Weight is the key. I shorten wires, eliminate connectors, lose landing gear, and now twisted hobbies pro series motor the 2022 at 2300kv, and super light esc.
    My MSX-C weighs in at 84 grams with a 250 mah Graphene battery.
    GWS 7035 prop. I run a GWS 6030 on the LilFokker with a 12 volt battery vs the 8 volt on single wing.
    Also their super light series Yak 55 is extremely stable. I can hover it around in my garage.
    Awesome stuff by twisted hobbies.

  • 5
    24" MXS-C

    Posted by Robert Jamison on Jun 24th 2018

    Rob Jamison is in The Dalles, Oregon.
    4 hrs ·
    The Twisted Hobbies 24” MXS-C. Probably the most fun plane available that is capable of being flown by almost any one, at any skill level. Except for windy conditions, this plane will feel like a tame and predictable trainer for beginner and intermediate pilots. But when you increase the control surface throws it becomes a high performance 3D aerobatic powerhouse. Perfect for a large back yard or park.

  • 5
    Mini MXS-C Green

    Posted by Russ Bennett on Dec 11th 2017

    I was hoping to find a durable plane I could fly in my backyard which has bushes, a fence and overhanging trees. This plane is small and durable enough that it flies well in this space and is a lot of fun. I am always hitting something but I just pick it up and relaunch. Blenderm tape and glue along the edges of the foam up front has helped prevent tearing after repeated contact with objects and the ground. The GWS props don't hold up well to this abuse so will be trying the Gemfan 6x3s. I have seen my skills rapidly improve thanks to this great plane.

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