A-10 Thunderbolt II Plans

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A-10 Plans

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Test Pilot :  Craig ‘Clickety’ Clarkstone

The Mighty A-10 Thunderbolt II – ‘Warthog’

Designed to be powered by either :-

Single pusher motor
Twin Pusher motor
Twin EDF units.

Can be built with or without 3D printed parts

This is for plans only.  Once purchased you will receive a download link to a zipped file.  the PDF files will be within it.

^ See the Build guide in the Tabs above ^

Please note that due to the thrust angle of the nacelle mounted pusher props / EDF units, if you are hand launching, bring the throttle up to speed gently.






Build Guide

A-10_construction guide_v2.2_2020-11-30

Power options

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Single Pusher (3s)

Twin Pusher (3-4s)

50mm EDF (4s) (dual)





Download the General Arrangement drawing to see its sizes etc.
a-10 v2 General Arrangement_2019-03-16

Build log

RC groups Build Log :-




2 reviews for A-10 Thunderbolt II Plans

  1. Barry (ShadeyB) Fleming

    Awesome Jet, scale looks and finish with 3D printed parts (PLA) are fantastic although you don’t need 3D parts.
    Canopy from Jetworks is a must 🙂 with some crazy pilot inside to take the blame
    After i made daft mistake while building the 1st one (Arctic Camo) i decided to redo the fuselage and use the original wing and elevator i had built.
    chucked her in the air and she was great, absolutely love flying her.
    very easy build following the plans.
    this was single pusher version ,
    AIW with flight battery 1143g (could be lighter without 3d Printed parts or use LW PLA)
    Emax quad motor 2205s – 2600kv
    1.4 – 22 mAh battery 3 or 4 s – balanced out on stated CG great
    5×5 or 6×4 prop the maiden was 6×4 but she doesn’t need all that thrust
    3x9gMG servo
    40 amp ESC Predator ( i had one lying about )
    21mm travel ailerons
    18mm travel on elevator
    no expo as I DONT LIKE IT
    loved the build and love flying this one even more
    will probably build another A-10 as a twin motor set up, i need too

    Maiden flight – https://youtu.be/RIKYY-53VM4

  2. Dave Lees

    This was my first Jetworks build, and wow, I’m pretty impressed so far. Had a couple motors and ESC’s laying around and decided to make a twin pusher. The Arctic camo looks really cool in the air. Didn’t use any 3D printed parts.

    We have a fabric runway at our field. Did make the “fixed”, retracted landing gear a little lower. With the fins as the tail skid, it’s about 1” ground clearance with 5” props. Set it up with thrust vectoring for steering.

    Running gear is:

    2205 2300 kv motors
    25 Amp ESC’s
    5” x 4.5” four blade Dalprops
    2200/3 cell battery

    Weight without battery is 20.4 ounces, battery is about 4.4 ounces, AUW is 24.8 ounces (703 grams).

    Take offs and landings on the fabric runway were pretty uneventful. The plane flew well. Does basic loops and rolls pretty easily. Can’t wait to get started on my second Jetworks plane!

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