Posted by CRCJA | Nov 09, 2018 @ 08:01 PM | 1,234 Views
This is pictorial of the conversion of a Foammie Hobby Top Gun MIG-15 to Turbine. I has held up for 4 years now and still enjoying it. I will add details alter....Continue Reading
Posted by DutchRC | Nov 13, 2018 @ 10:55 AM | 1,135 Views
Halloa guys & girls

in case you follow my YT channel, you probably know I like the GepRC brand.. I've had quite a nr. of quads / frames from that company.. So far they have all had a smart design and the materials used were of good quality (probably an understatement)..
And today.. I came across a new 3 inch quad that comes with a Runcam Split 1080P recorder Stock :|
Not only that.. the frame has a really smart design IMHO.. It has more room-to-spare in it then most 5 inch quads have

Link to this new quad: GepRC CX Cygnet 145 BNF or PNF

Some pictures then...

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Posted by alex111 | Nov 13, 2018 @ 11:15 PM | 1,123 Views
One of my favourite RC tug boat it's huge!!!!!
Posted by mystifried | Nov 13, 2018 @ 03:44 PM | 1,078 Views
I am currently assembling a Reichard kakadu, that I have had for a while. I am not an experienced builder , I have built a couple of planes from plans, and a number of RTFs . I am however struggling a bit with the elevator assembly on my kakadu.

I cannot seem to get the elevator bowden cable to align well enough with the control horn I want to put on the elevator. The angle seems all wrong. I have put the cable inside a sleeve to reduce latency, and I wonder if this may be the problem.

Any suggestions would be gratefully received.

Posted by mlilasic | Nov 10, 2018 @ 07:21 PM | 1,077 Views
Review (ip) of Racerstar Metal 50A BL_32 2-6S DShot1200 4in1 ESC CNC IP65 Waterproof

ESCs for my new 6S build came. Its Metal 50A ESC from Racerstar.

I will be using this Sloss 7 Inch frame and these Racerstar BR2207 1600KV motors

  • Brand Name: Racerstar
  • Item Name: 50A BLheli_32 2-6S 4 in 1 ESC
  • Model:Metal 50A
  • Color: Red/ Grey/ Black/ Orange/ Rose Gold (Optional)
  • Con. Current: 50A
  • Peak Current(10s): 60A
  • Lipo: 2-6S
  • LBEC: NO
  • SBEC: NO
  • Programming: YES
  • IP Rating: IP65
  • Size: 43x36mm (PCB)
  • Mounting Hole: 30.5x30.5mm (M3)
  • Weight:

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Posted by marwan.irman | Nov 13, 2018 @ 06:19 AM | 1,071 Views
My XL Wombat . when a Madien Flight goes wrong
Wombat XL Madien flight & My accident (11 min 45 sec)

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Posted by marwan.irman | Nov 13, 2018 @ 06:14 AM | 1,066 Views
My Wombat XL

Wombat XL scratch building ( Part 1 ) (7 min 33 sec)

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Posted by marwan.irman | Nov 13, 2018 @ 06:16 AM | 1,065 Views
My XL Wombat
Wombat XL scratch building ( Part 2 ) (7 min 27 sec)

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Posted by marwan.irman | Nov 13, 2018 @ 06:26 AM | 1,063 Views
here is 2 videos shows how my skills developed since i start to fly RC Airplane
now it's one Year

First build in Novamber 2017 ( The crash of Zebra airline )

The crash of Zebra airline :D (13 min 32 sec)

this is my last build was September 2018 and i made my accident . hopefully i can back to fly again 2019

Wombat XL Madien flight & My accident (11 min 45 sec)
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Posted by frank4wing | Nov 13, 2018 @ 01:23 PM | 1,061 Views
Posted by Charles Wang | Nov 09, 2018 @ 09:15 AM | 1,057 Views
Engineered for Industrial Application
The Espect is a mini-sized quadcopter which adopts EWATT’s proven eWise flight control and propulsion system. Combined with our industrial-grade visible light & thermal imaging cameras and GCS (Ground Control System), the Espect excels in industrial and commercial purposes: power line & Telecommunication station inspection, police reconnaissance and law enforcement, fire reconnaissance, search & rescue.

Espect Takes Off in Zhuhai, China (6 min 9 sec)

Tech Specs:
29-minute flight time (with standard payload)
2 KM operation range
Multiple payload options up to 800g
IP43 water protection level

1. Reliable and safe flight
The Espect has been developed for a variety of commercial applications which is accomplished by integrating highly engineered flight control, navigation, remote control, telemetry systems, and visible light/thermal imaging. Also incorporated into the reliable flight system is the integrated flight propulsion system and battery management system. The Espect is also equipped with an advanced flight shielding that is specially optimized to resist electromagnetic interference which makes flight near powerlines not only possible, but safe to do so. The integration of these systems into a modular design, combines to make a safe and reliable flight system.

2. Obstacle Avoidance System
Frontal obstacle avoidance sensors make the Espect detect objects within 10 meters and brake...Continue Reading
Posted by clifford11 | Nov 13, 2018 @ 02:21 PM | 1,054 Views
Posted by marwan.irman | Nov 13, 2018 @ 06:11 AM | 1,029 Views
Repairing lipo battery 4S and modified 4S to 3S Tattu

Repairing lipo battery 4S and 4S to 3S Tattu (5 min 18 sec)

Posted by old4570 | Nov 09, 2018 @ 12:34 AM | 1,015 Views
Came in the mail a few days ago , some 2mm Bullet prop adaptors ..
So I put one on the GB mystery motor ..

3s Battery
7x3.5 Propeller

11.940 RPM - 4.9Amp - 3s battery just over 11v under load

Motor ran cool .
So the 7x3.5 is ok and the 7x4.5 is too much on 3s ..

2mm prop adaptor .
Was a 4 pack and 3 out of 4 were ever so slightly to small to fit comfortably .
Lucky for me one was just right and fit shaft perfectly .
Prop adaptor runs Purrrrrrfect .
So I would suggest if some one is interested in the mystery motor , a 2mm Bullet prop adaptor might be the way to go .
Posted by Phynix79 | Nov 10, 2018 @ 08:11 PM | 1,012 Views
EMAX Tiny Hawk Review (17 min 6 sec)

Posted by Tazkiller85 | Nov 14, 2018 @ 06:33 AM | 1,004 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Ouf ! Mais pas déséquilibré !!! Je vous présente aujourd'hui un chargeur que j'ai en test depuis plusieurs jours, voici donc le D6 DUO PRO de chez Hobbymate. Pour ceux qui cherchent un chargeur balance complet et performants, c'est l'outil idéal . Une alimentation AC et DC, deux emplacements de charge pour batterie de toute sorte, un chargeur sans fil pour smartphone, une sortie USB, un gros ventilo et une entrée mini USB pour les MAJ ... Donc, WATT ELSE ? LOL ... Que demander de plus ? SI peut être qu'on aurait aimé avoir quelques câbles avec, en plus du câble d'alimentation. A part ça, rien à dire de mauvais sur cet appareil qui fonctionne à merveille et j'estime qu'il vaut son prix si on le compare à l'ISDT D2 . En bref, un incontournable pour ceux dont le budget le permet .

D6 DUO PRO Hobbymate - Chargeur lipo Duo Polyvalent - Watt Else ! (29 min 7 sec)

NOTATAZ : 19/20 Il vaut son prix !

Les + : Double Lipo, Charge smartphone wireless, Double alimentation, précis et complet .
Les - : Pas de cables lipo ...

Les produits présentés sont visibles ici (en cliquant sur ces liens vous soutenez ma chaîne) Merci à vous :

CODE COUPON DE 20% pour le chargeur (106€ après remise) ! --------------------------- Tazkiller20off -------------------------------------
- D6 DUO PRO :
Autres produits Hobbycool déjà présentés :
- Comet 5" :
Produits à venir Hobbycool :
- METEOR 5&...Continue Reading
Posted by GroundControlRC | Nov 09, 2018 @ 11:51 PM | 1,004 Views
Glue & Fly Series F-22 Micro V2 on 3S - Tuning Session #1

Here is a link to the Video:

Well, I just couldn't get the Elevator twitchiness out to suit my flying style.
It appears the problem is the Emax 2.5g Servos just do not have the granularity needed.
I had to move the Servo Control Rods to the inner most hole of the Servos Control Arms.
I also had to move the Control Horn Connections to the outer most hole on the Control Horns.
Finally, I think I can now get the granularity on the Elevator Control that I want.
Now, I just have to fine tune the Elevator Dual-Rates and Aileron Dual-Rates to exactly how I like them ;-)
This is Session #1 of the Tuning Process. I believe one more Flight Session will have it ;-)

Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Rinse & Repeat!

Happy Flying!

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Posted by KiwiBoater | Nov 13, 2018 @ 09:19 AM | 989 Views
My Custom SR48 so far
Posted by DismayingObservation | Nov 13, 2018 @ 07:10 PM | 985 Views
...and revisit a damaged model at a later date. Works every time.

After doing precisely that regarding the damaged little Harbor Freight P-51, the damage isn't all that bad. The canopy suffered a couple of wrinkles and the underside of the cowl area is little more than a "scraped chin," easily repaired. I thought for sure that I had destroyed the model. It hit asphalt, but I might have been able to pull back the elevator far enough to avoid little bits of EPO scattered all over.

Instead, I do believe I can fix it.

First things first and that will be the removal of the wing spar and restoring the dihedral. Once I attach a new prop and collet, I'll try again.

I was going to take it apart last night and now I'm glad I didn't.

As for the crash damaged homebuilt "Sparrow," I'm told that I should have it back by Saturday, repaired and with additional rudder area. I also have a bit more info on the glider in the photo below.

It was built by a gentleman named Arlo Larson, an engineer whose most recent work includes the development of both fiberglass and carbon fiber blades for wind turbines. My friend Buzz who gave it to me never flew it; he saw it cleaned up and flown for the first time this past Saturday. I solved the sticky folding prop blade problem easily enough by hogging out the mounting holes with a hobby knife.

I also have two gliders by Mr. Larson, one of which is an incomplete "Bird of Time." I can say with confidence that Mr. Larson is a top notch builder! A canopy for that multicolored model is being whittled out by Buzz.