The plans for the Raptor can be found on several different RC forums and not all plans are the same. However, the plans here are the plans that I used to build mine. Be sure when printing out the plans that the scale setting on your printer is 100% of normal size or actual size. The squares on the plans when printed should be one inch squares. If not, you should reprint them again as the scale will be wrong on your plane if you don’t.
My plane setup:
Park 370 brushless outrunner motor 1080kv
APC 8 X 3.8 SF propeller
12 amp brushless ESC
Thunder Power 3 cell 730 mAh 11.1v Lipo battery
2 E-Flite S-60 servos
2 three inch servo extension harnesses
Futaba R606FS Receiver
Futaba 2.4 Ghz Fasst Controller
Right click on the link below and select “Save" in your web browser to download the PDF plans for the raptor.
F-22 Raptor Plans
Below are a few pictures of my raptor. This should help give you a reference for placement of the battery, receiver, servos, etc. If you notice on the top side of the plane I reinforced my motor mount with a one inch wide piece of basswood that runs from the motor to just underneath the cockpit. I also made the motor mount out of basswood. This adds a little extra weight to the build, but my motor is not coming off this plane at all. This was not in the plans, but I have had some experience with foam planes and wanted the extra stability. It is your choice to add it or not. The angles of the vertical stabilizers on my plane are about 58 degrees. The angle of the vertical stabilizers is up to you. There are basswood stringers on the leading edge of the wings, one all the way across the mid-section, and one under each runner on the bottom side of the plane. This is to stiffen up the foam and to keep the flexing down.