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Posted by brandonmoon | Jan 21, 2013 @ 12:58 PM | 10,977 Views
Here is some of the work I've done to the Freewing ME-262. The stock pilot is actually one of the better stock pilots I've see and decided to go ahead and use him with a repaint make over done to him to give him a bit more depth and realistic look. I also added some more details to the cockpit I noticed from studying some online documentation reference photos.

I also repainted over all of the nuetral gray areas on the plane with a darker Green gray and added some weathering effects....Continue Reading
Posted by brandonmoon | Jan 05, 2013 @ 06:37 PM | 13,385 Views
Just finished making a new set of storage racks for my FMS Birds and a transport rack for my pickup from and idea that "Sundancer" did and got his idea from "MRFASTPHILL" who did the origional concept design. I like "Sundancer" also expanded on it and did a few tweeks and additions of my own to mine, to suit my wants better.

The extra 2 wing cradels aren't shown in these pictures as well as the extra fuselage support. In it's current configuration it's rigged to carry 5 planes.

Most of the origional measurements I got from Gary "Sundancer" and then stretched them a bit, with the addition of the third trap piece in the middle, which fits perfectly in the back of my 97 Chevy Silverado 3/4 ton. I did a road test with it today fully loaded at speeds up to 65 mph on the freeway, and like Gary posted on his blog with handled it with no problems at all, and everything stayed nice and secured. ...Continue Reading
Posted by brandonmoon | Dec 09, 2012 @ 06:53 PM | 11,416 Views
LX B 25 Real Sound Modification (0 min 0 sec)
FMS P 47 with Benedini outside test of system (6 min 3 sec)
FMS FW 190 with the MrRCSound Pro B sound unit installed (3 min 33 sec)
Brandon Moon's Mr. RCSound modifications (0 min 0 sec)
Brandon Moon's modification Of a Pro B and Budget A Mr. RC Sound system cards (18 min 40 sec)
FMS P 51B modified outside test of Benedini Sound mod (3 min 3 sec)
A-1 Skyraider sound demo 001 (0 min 0 sec)
My ShockWave sound modification to my FMS 1400mm BF-109G 002 (0 min 0 sec)
The FMS JU-88 Stuka with the Mr.RCSounds V4 Sound system install 003 (0 min 0 sec)
2nd video of my FMS Stuka with the V4 Mr. RCSounds system installed (0 min 0 sec)


Here is the newest one in my FMS 1400mm P-51B (Mr. RCSound system V4 and two 2 inch speakers)
My Mr. RCSounds V4 sound mod to the 1400 mm FMS P-51B 001 (0 min 0 sec)

Here is the conversion of my FMS FW-190 from the origional MR. RC Sounds V2 (Pro Budget B System) to the new V4 sound system

the lasted syncronized light addition to the P-51B

This is one I did for a friend
My Movie FMS 1400 mm T 28 Trojan For Bruce Bergey (20 min 6 sec)

Posted by brandonmoon | Oct 12, 2012 @ 04:32 AM | 14,370 Views
Here are pictures of several of the Modified "Aces of Iron" pilots I have done for myself and others here on RCG. I don't put boots or shoes of any kind on them since typically they are covered up or hidden and you can't see them anyway... helps save weight, But if you wanted to ?...usually at any craft store you can find stuff like doll shoes and G.I. Joe boots and that sort of thing and just simply glue them on.

For anybody interested in having me make one for them?...shoot me a PM. Typically for this size guy I charge $130.00 painted and shipped or $90.00 unpainted (to the Continentals US Lower 48 States) (Over seas shipping is extra due to higher cost) and you provide the "Aces of Iron" pilot bust shipped to me (I do not want to infringe on their copy right figures), I'll modify it and paint it up (or not, your choice?) like I did mine (special painting request taken also) and ship it back to you. Since I do these in my off spare time off from work, it usually takes about 2 1/2 weeks or so? and about 80 hours labor involved or so? (usually sooner) to get it back to you once I've received your Pilot bust. If you send payment please do so via Pay Pal (which I prefer).

If you just want a the "Aces of Iron" bust figure painted up, I charge $60.00 (labor) (You provide the pilot shipped to me) which includes the cost of shipping him back to you (within the continental U.S. - Outside the U.S. is extra depending on shipping rate table at time of...Continue Reading
Posted by brandonmoon | Jul 04, 2012 @ 09:05 PM | 13,493 Views
This was my Custom Re-engineered and completely repainted LX Mig-29. I did 3 different LX Mig-29's, but only 2 have...Continue Reading
Posted by brandonmoon | Jul 04, 2012 @ 08:54 PM | 13,594 Views
Here are some pictures of my most recent projects and conversions I did with some of the 1700 mm FMS War...Continue Reading
Posted by brandonmoon | May 01, 2011 @ 01:25 AM | 8,476 Views
Hi Folks, this is the first time I have ever started a build thread, but since I was back in the mood for a little EDF building... I thought I would share some of my ideas here and welcome all the other fine craftsman and builders out there to gather together and share our experience and creative ideas. Well here goes....I have recieved a new LX twin 70mm EDF F-18 ARF in the "Diamond Viper 50th anaverary scheme" from Banana Hobbies to build and evaluate.

My first impression after opening the box and going over all the pieces is WOW!!!...Beautiful plane and very detailed, more so than the previous LX 70mm EDF's. I've posted several quick pictures (Sorry for the focus problem on a few of them, My camera is not the greatest) and will post more as I begin to assemble the portions of this Beautiful Aircraft over the next week or so....Continue Reading
Posted by brandonmoon | Mar 08, 2011 @ 08:43 PM | 15,674 Views
Some of my planes past and present, and have been doing this since 1987. My passions are War Birds both Nitro and Electric, I ventured into EDF jets with the help of my good friends Bob Ruff and Robert at EJF and have fell in love with them ever since, but always a war bird fan, both Prop and EDF.

I've met some fantastic talented craftsman here on RCG and throughly enjoy sharing the experiences and helping others where I can as well as learning new ideas from others....Continue Reading