HobbyKing.com New Products Flash Sale
flyin C's blog
Posted by flyin C | Nov 13, 2007 @ 08:18 PM | 5,080 Views
Im a young guy who loves this hobby way to much I love learning a lot about this hobby, and someday want to take a career is something to do with model aeronautics or Electrical Engineering.

And if you ever want to get rid of something, or sell it, ask me becuase I always look around for good deals before I buy something, cause being the only friend and person in your family in this hobby, it kinda takes a beating on my low income Wallet...
Posted by flyin C | Jul 30, 2007 @ 01:32 PM | 5,448 Views
What plane can slow down to 3mph, or wizz across the sky at 50mph? I found the wing that could do it all, the Hyperflea from superflyrc.com. It is made out of EPP, weighs 6.6oz, and has a thrust ratio of almost 2:1.

The build was very easy, using Hot Glue!! It know what your thinking, hot glue But it works GREAT, the hinges were even made out of hot glue, and the hold up perfectly. I have flown it so much this past week. Flying about 3ft off the ground, doing harriers is a blast. It slows down nicely, and when you want to go fast, just push on the throttle, and the speed range is amazing.

I will be doing a mini review later, just wanted to share me experience with my Hyperflea, it flys like nothing I have ever seen.
Posted by flyin C | Jul 18, 2007 @ 12:16 AM | 5,105 Views
I recently did my first soldering job with deans. I found it a little tricky, and found this video that helped me out-

How to solder a Deans Connector (2 min 19 sec)

Posted by flyin C | May 27, 2007 @ 09:37 PM | 5,853 Views
I decided to make a mini glider for my ABC using the Aerial Drop module (ADM) witch uses magnets to drop stuff on demand. I made it out of a cereal box and tacky glue, its pretty sweet. I wanted to get a little taste of what is was like to make a plane out of scratch, and I was amazed at how long it took me. This mini bobcat took at least a few hours- found out this model doesn't glide that well, kind of bounces ,dives, ad spins when flying, but cool to see when it gets a nice rhythm. It has a 4 inch wingspan...
Posted by flyin C | May 25, 2007 @ 08:14 PM | 6,138 Views
Well, I just bought my first computer radio used from a member here on RCG. It arrived today, and WOW!!! This radio is awesome!! I fist noticed the large screen, pretty big for an electric parkflyer radio, and did I mention that is has 10 model memory. As I scrolled threw the manual, I noticed that is has so many features that I haven't even heard about, but I guess thats good, considering it should last me a while. I don't have a plane right now to use it in, but will use it when I get my Typhoon 2 for my graduation! I will use it once I convert my PZ 27mhz plane over to 72mhz so I can use my radio.
Posted by flyin C | May 12, 2007 @ 11:24 PM | 5,504 Views
So, Like all you who are reading this, I am addicted to this hobby, it is so much fun. I fly at Valley View Middle School in Simi valley. AND IF ANY OF YOU WANT TO SELL SOMETHING, RADIO, BATTERY, ELECTRIC PLANE, PM ME. As for my age, this hobby is expensive, and I love to jump on good deals.

Right know I fly, my Aerobird Challanger, and Parkzone Fock Wolf-190... and hope to get the new Typhoon 2.



Thread to remember-
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...ight=hyperflea