Ripmax Acro Wot XL ARTF

The Acro Wot has been an amazingly popular model for many years now and the only improvement Ripmax could make was to make it larger – well here it is, combining the superb aerobatic abilities of the original model with the increased docility brought with the larger wing area and weight, this being particularly noticeable in the windy weather we seem to get so regularly. Primarily developed for petrol engines of 25 - 35cc, the Acro Wot XL can also be powered by suitable larger glow engines if preferred.

The light yet strong built-up structure is assembled from CNC cut balsa and ply components, the airframe then being covered in heat shrink film in this attractive colour scheme, the tough fibreglass cowling being carefully painted to match. The very complete kit includes all dedicated hardware, including control accessories, fuel tank, alloy undercarriage with wheels and even a high quality aluminium spinner!

To enable easy transport and storage the Acro Wot XL wing separates into two halves which allows it to fit into most hatchbacks, of course transport is even simpler in an estate car.

  • Fully Built Up Structure from Balsa and Ply.
  • Covered in High Quality Heatshrink Film.
  • Pre-Painted Lightweight Fibreglass Cowling.
  • Detailed Colour Manual.
  • Aluminium Undercarriage.
  • New Bright Colour Scheme.


  • Wingspan: 2000mm (78.7").
  • Length: 1620mm (63.8").
  • Weight: 5900g (13 lbs).
  • Servos: 5 - 6 Servos (Req.).
  • Radio System: 4 - 6 Channel (Req.).
  • Petrol Engine: 25 - 35cc 2-Stroke (Req.).

Please Note: If you have not flown an RC model before you will need to learn. Flying any model aircraft requires some degree of care and skill, even the simplest 2 or 3 channel. We recommend you read the manufacturers instructions and prepare for your first flight. There are many useful guides to learning to fly RC aircraft and if you are still unsure help will be readily available at your local club. We recommend a range test before you fly. Your model will have a warranty but this will not cover damage to propellers, wings, fuselage, tail or any other part sustained due to pilot error or loss of transmitter signal. In simple terms, if you crash it, you will be responsible for the repair!!