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I cannot say definitively yes or no. My guess would be no. I know that I have read about people putting .40 on them and they are really fast, and I did not hear about any airframe failures, but the plane is designed for a .25. I know that it is build strong to handle the g-forces associated with violent maneuvers you see in combat competitions, but because of the inherent weakness that the gull wing causes I think that it might come apart. I made a lot of mods to mine, one of which is retracts. This has weekend that joint even more, and I have not had a problem, but I fly it around in what looks like somewhat of a scale manner to me. I would say that mine is doing probably 60 to 70 mph. I would say that if speed is what you are in to go for it. Keep the throws low, because they are pretty responsive on mine at the speeds that I fly. Seal the hinge joints, so that you do not get flutter, and do not fall in love with it, in case it comes apart the first time that you touch the elevator at 150mph. Please let us know what you do, and report if it holds up. I would love to see some pics as well. Good luck. Fly it like you stole it. LOL.