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TechOne SU-29 3D 800mm (31") Wingspan - ARF

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TechOne SU-29 3D 800mm (31") Wingspan - ARF - TEC0701005K

The TechOne SU-29 EPP is a fun, acrobatic performer made from the crash-resistant and easy to repair EPP foam. Cut your teeth on all the usual 3D maneuvers such as loops, rolls, knife edge, hover, hammer heads, flat spins and so on. Each flight is bound to give you several minutes of pure, unadulterated 3D excitement!


  • Designed with crash-resistant and easy to repair EPP foam
  • Specially designed for both slow, precise acrobatics and normal flight


  • TechOne SU-29 3D 800mm (31") Wingspan - ARF


  • 4 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 4 channel radio from our Radio Collection 
  • 4 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 4 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
  • TechOne AS2204 KV1700 Brushless motor - TEC1001003
  • TechOne 10 Amp ESC - TEC1002002
  • 3x 6-8g micro servos - TEC1003005D
  • 2 Cell 7.4V 400 - 500 mAh Li-Po battery with JST connector - We suggest 2S 450 mAh
  • 2 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 2 cell (2S) charger from our Charger Collection

Product Specifications:

AGE LEVEL : 14 and up
SKILL LEVEL : Intermediate
BUILD TIME : 5 Hours


31.4in / 800mm


33.1in / 840mm

Flying Weight

180 - 195g

CG (Center of Gravity)80mm - 90mm from the leading edge of the wing at the root

Power System

Powerful AS2204 KV1700 Brushless motor (required)

Electronic Speed Control

10 amp brushless ESC with JST connector (required)

Propeller / EDF

Electric propeller


3x 6-8g micro servos (required)

Landing GearFixed

Required Battery

2 Cell 7.4V 400 - 500 mAh Li-Po battery with JST connector (required)

Required Radio

4+ channel radio system (required)









Hinge Type


MaterialEPP Foam
Skill LevelIntermediate
Build Time5 Hours
Recommended EnvironmentIndoor/Outdoor

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Product Updates:

  • February 12, 2017  -  The TechOne ARF BUNDLE version of this airplane requires intermediate level building skills.  Some included components such as servos and motors do not come pre-installed and will need to be installed during the build process.  Detailed building instructions are included with each model.


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Richard S.
Just the right size

Put it together but haven't flown it yet. We'll designed and easy to put together. Servo connectors could be stronger though.

Jasonn W.
My Favorite

I have owned most of the Techone 31 inch 3D planes. I fly them in my front yard. They are great and a lot of fun. Can really take a beating. Some glue and sometimes tape and you are back in the air. Some tips: The connectors that the fiber carbon push rods slide into are pretty tight and the carbon fiber control rods are pretty fragile so drill the connectors a little bigger so the rod slides easily in and out. Also do this for the guides that hold the control rods for the rudder and elevator. I also put hinges on all the control surfaces just to make it sturdier. Since I fly in my front yard the ground eventually starts to tear the foam on the bottom part of the fuselage. You can buy some extra large zip ties and cut the locking part off and cut 4 or 5 inches make make a landing skid you can glue to the top part of the fuselage on the bottom (Not my idea). My video in my front yard: I use a 2 cell 600mah on mine. I find I can fly a little longer then the 2 cell 450mah.