Zapper! – Complies with 2021/2022 Electric Wright Stuff Rules

(5 customer reviews)



Warning: the power systems required to fly these airplanes correctly are FRAGILE. We do not cover damage due to mishandling including improper removal from packaging. Should a system arrive damaged in the packaging, proof of that condition is required, otherwise you will be charged $10 per replacement power unit plus shipping.

Electric Wright Stuff is here! Zapper! is the first kit ever specifically designed for Electric Wright Stuff, so it meets all of the restrictions specified in the 2021/2022 Science Olympiad Electric Wright Stuff rules. Includes all materials except two AA batteries for the charger!

The Zapper! kit includes two power systems and parts for two complete models.


Tools/materials required: CA glue (or Duco/Ambroid/Sigment), 3M-77 spray adhesive, vaseline, razor blades, sandpaper, ruler, scissors, 2x AA batteries.

Optional: scale. Don’t forget a storage box!

Flight demo:

Science Olympiad have just announced that they will no longer allow the built in resistors on the power boards. These resistors are very brittle and can easily be removed by crushing them with a pair of needle nose pliers exactly as shown below (be very careful not to damage the board). This in no way affects the operation of the airplane since the resistors are already disconnected from the circuit.



Also be very careful to ensure that the label is clearly visible on the capacitor:

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Legacy Zapper information:

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5 reviews for Zapper! – Complies with 2021/2022 Electric Wright Stuff Rules

  1. Ross Jahnke (verified owner)

    I have been testing the Zapper in preparation for coaching my division B team. It flies very well and is extremely easy to trim by moving the wing forward and aft, and changing stab tilt. I’ve ordered 3 more kits for my team (6 models). The pre-assembled drivetrain is excellent! Everything is soldered to a flexible PC board, and its sturdy. My only criticism is its weight, but with a 9.5g minimum weight, and a drivetrain that weighs 5.5g, its hard to design a 4g airframe that kids can handle.

  2. Eric

    It is a little hard to construct, and I accidentally broke a few pieces, but it was legal in the competition and it worked fine, thanks!

  3. Aaron Martinez


  4. dizzyumberon

    very good flying breaks very easy

  5. Jefferny Boman


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