Posted by bugs2327 | Apr 18, 2018 @ 08:37 AM | 1,445 Views
Worst Aosenma I ever bought CG037

Here are my observations from my first test flight: 10 min.
I did not fly above about 50 ft. or horizontal distance beyond 200 ft. The test only lasted about 8 to 10 minutes. Very unstable. It wobbled a lot & almost clashed.
I used vast software and checked the controller & data screens. Calibration of Gyros & compass was out wack so I did a VAST calibration on both. Prior to this, before my first practice flight I did a complete manual quad & controller calibration. I also adjusted “flight” settings. Not within reasonable test values so I adjusted to the values below for close range operation for my next test. I also noted the software version & settings were identical to my CG035. Not good as the CG037 is a bigger bird etc. So Aosenma did not do flight testing & adjustment.

Return height: 45 Max height: 40 Max Range: 150

Here are my observations from my second test flight: 15Mins.
This time there was a bit of wind but no more than 3 mph. Consequently, I deemed safe to fly as I’ve flown my CG035s in similar conditions without any problems. I flew around close range for a few minutes in “GPS/altitude hold” mode, but still being a bit unstable I decided to venture a bit higher and farther out.

I then switched to “normal” mode for a few minutes. All seemed to be functioning OK. But when I flew a bit higher, the quad started to wobble, so I switched back to “GPS” mode. The...Continue Reading
Posted by mperaltaoz | Apr 18, 2018 @ 06:52 AM | 4,536 Views
I decided to sell my previous corsair and build a new and improved one.
This one is bigger (1300mm), more scale (retracts, plastic parts for scale details, etc), and with a solid wing and fuselage which makes it a bit heavier but significantly sturdier.
The result was great, she flies awesome and looks the part up in the air and also taxiing on the ground.

Build Log:

Maiden video (cut down version):
F4U Corsair 1300mm - Maiden flight (2 min 18 sec)

Photos below
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Apr 18, 2018 @ 05:05 AM | 2,011 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Initiation au Racer FPV ... et au Bricollage ! lol . J'ai aujopurd'hui en test le DYS Shark Mako (bnf) et la nouvelle IrangeX IR8M V2, donc je fais d'une pierre deux coups puisque cette radio est multiprotocole . J'ai eu quelques soucis avec cette radio au niveau des appairages avec Frsky et DSM que j'ai fini par résoudre avec quelques modifs. Sinon cette V2 est vraiment agréable à prendre en main et le travail effectué sur les Gimballs est remarquable comparé à la 1ère version que je n'avais pas du tout appréciée à cause de ça.
Le DYS Shark Mako lui, ne m'a posé aucun problème, de l'appairage en passant par BF ainsi qu'en vol, il ne faut pas s'attendre à des performances de malade mais il fait parfaitement le Job ! Son point fort, LA SOLIDITE !!! C'est un vrai petit char d'assault qui s'adresse selon moi, aux fans d'indoor et au débutants en FPV Racer.

DYS SHARK MAKO & IrangeX IR8M V2 Review Test Démo / Racer d'initiation et Radio de gamer ! lol (37 min 4 sec)

DYS Shark Mako : 17.5/20 Un bon apareil d'initiation
IRX IR8M : 16/20 Quelques modifs à prévoir

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

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- DYS Shark Mako BNF :
- DYS Shark Mako RTF:
- Batterie 3S 650mAh : :
- Batterie 2S 600mAh :

- Radio...Continue Reading
Posted by Andrey111 | Apr 18, 2018 @ 04:40 AM | 2,487 Views
This car features a full proportion 1/20 scale racing car design, equipped with a 2.4GHz control system ready to race, two-wheel independent suspension system and shock absorbers, and independent metal differential, which can steadily move forward and backward, turn left and right, and it also can prevent damages caused by the vibration effectively. Vivid design gives your kids a sense of controlling or driving a real car with this model car.

Just 19.99$ off coupon code : 【KT1881】at RcMoment

Made of high quality ABS material
Ready to run and no need to assembly
With large capacity rechargeable battery
1/20 scale suitable for indoor and outdoor control
2.4GHz supporting a range of remote control about 50 meters

Brand name: KY TOYS
Item NO.: 1881
Item name: RC Racing Car
Material: ABS
Color: Blue
Scale: 1/20
Drive System: 2 wheel drive
Remote control frequency: 2.4GHz
Max. speed: 20km/h
Transmitter battery: 2 * 1.5V AA battery (not included)
Car battery: 4.8V 700mAh Ni-Cd battery (included)
Remote control distance: About 50m
Charging time: About 120mins
Working time: About 15mins
Suitable age: Above 6 years old
Wheelbase: 135mm
Wheel diameter: 50mm
Wheel width: 23mm
Ground clearance: 20mm
Car size: 220 * 138 * 70mm (artificial measurements error allowed)
Car weight: 298g

Package Information:
Package size: 25 * 18.8 * 15cm / 9.8 * 7.4 * 5.9in
Package weight: 565g / 1.2lb
Posted by Gary Chen | Apr 18, 2018 @ 03:39 AM | 5,480 Views
Sky Speaker-I Drone Megaphone Review (6 min 39 sec)

Sky Speaker-I is a megaphone designed for SUAS,can be installed on multirotor and fixed wing platforms.Based on digital wireless transmission technology,it can play recorded sound sources and do real-time broadcasting.In this case,it will be very helpful in missions like rescue,search,fire fighting,police negotiation etc.

Compared with normal analog signal transmission based megaphone,Sky Speaker-I uses advanced digital voice coding technology,which enable the speaker to avoid analog sound disturbing in the air.

Sky Speaker-I has 2 working modes: play SD card recorded sound and real-time broadcasting.You are able to switch the modes easily on handheld intercom.Another big feature for Sky Speaker-I is its lightweight design,simple structure and small size,which makes the drone to carry it easily and fly with low resistance in the air.

1)Lightweight design,only 500grams for speaker
2)All-in one structure and small size,easy for installation and low air resistance
3)Based on digital voice coding technology,can get super clear voice and prevent disturbing from analog voice sources
4)2 work modes:recorded sound play and real-time broadcasting.Easy switch
5)Internal magnetic speaker,do not affect drone geomagnetic field
6)Anti-squeal design
7)Super clear and high strength sound,great penetrability

Product link:
Posted by Bunnyshooter223 | Apr 18, 2018 @ 01:05 AM | 5,138 Views
I got a used, new to me, Blade 250 CFX today!

It looks like a fine step up from my sub-micro Blade 130S.

It seems to be working well after inspection & systems test. Main Motor seems a bit wobbly (? cheep) but otherwise i like it so far. It has some real power & awesome sound

I'll look further into the sloppy motor issue-it may be OK or may need servicing. We'll see...
The tail blade needs replacement soon but is okay for now. It looks bent but not torn, so i'll be easy on it. I bet my lhs has spare tail blades

This 250 CFX came with a spare Main Gear & two orange Microheli plastic Main Blades! Perfect.
The stock Carbon Fiber Main Blades are a bit fancy for me. I'll enjoy them later after i get more experience & stop crashing so often

The seller thankfully double-boxed the 250--its stock box looks dang new. I'm impressed. Hope to maiden soon, been windy down here in Texas.

Good day y'all
Posted by rinoki71 | Apr 17, 2018 @ 11:54 PM | 2,909 Views
My review of this new toy drone that features nearly 15 min flight time which is impressive for a toy drone.

TYH TY-T6 Phantasm "EVO" Clone Drone with 15 mins flight time!!! (17 min 13 sec)

Posted by VicT | Apr 17, 2018 @ 10:52 PM | 2,238 Views
I will be using the struts because on the rigorous test flights without them I have found compression wrinkles on the top wing just beyond where the spar ends and the flap area begins. This is a stress riser due to the servo cutout area. The wrinkle is invisible until the wing tip is picked up. If a longer spar were used out to within 8 inches or so of the wingtip then there would no buckling. Horizon has no Maule spars for spares. So a substitute will be researched. Until then the struts will be used.

Plywood wing spar mod:

I cut out plywood wing spars with dimensions of 1/16” thick by 24 mm deep by 470 mm long. Each spar weighs 12 gms compared to each V strut that weighs 19 gms (w/o screws). The wing maximum depth is 30 mm so there is 6 mm between the spar and top of the wing.
Posted by JohnVH | Apr 17, 2018 @ 05:47 PM | 4,028 Views
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Posted by unrauv | Apr 17, 2018 @ 04:45 PM | 1,919 Views
Focke-Wulf Ta 152 added to download library.

Some 3d Workings...
Downlad at :

Vincent Unrau
All plans are free
Posted by Stunt Double | Apr 17, 2018 @ 04:15 PM | 6,795 Views
This would be some of the smoothest FPV footage I have ever recorded with a fixed wing. The Mini Talon is a terrific platform.

» Golden Hour (2 min 9 sec)

Posted by nagas | Apr 17, 2018 @ 12:59 PM | 5,409 Views
The Gee Bee Model R1 and R2 Super Sportsters were special purpose racing aircraft made by Granville Brothers Aircraft of Springfield, Massachusetts at the now-abandoned Springfield Airport during the "Golden Age" of aircraft.

Designed by Howell "Pete" Miller and the Granville Brothers in 1932 the R1 and its sister plane, the R2, were the successors of the previous year's Thompson Trophy-winning Model Z (already available in Phoenix as an "Official" model).

The R1 (NR 2100 #11) using the 800 hp Wasp Senior engine, won the Thompson Trophy race in 1932 with a speed of at a speed of 252.686 mph piloted by Jimmy Doolittle.

The R2 (NR 2101 #7) was designed primarily as a cross-country racer with increased tankage was initially fitted with the 550 hp R-985 Wasp Junior.

A flying replica of the R2 was built by Steve Wolf and Delmar Benjamin that first flew in 1991. That aircraft is now on display at Fantasy of Flight at Polk City, Florida.

Two Phoenix models derived from a SketchUp model by George P. are presented:

The Gee Bee R1 #11 is built at a scale of 2 meters and is fully detailed as appropriate.

The Gee Bee R2 #7 is built after the Eflite 180 UMX model with a wingspan of 510 mm. This in turn is based on the 1991 R2 replica flown by Delmar Benjamin.

The models can be downloaded here.
Posted by 1nspectorGadget | Apr 17, 2018 @ 12:36 PM | 4,281 Views
Eachine QX65 Review | Inspect, Binding, Betaflight Setup and Flight Test | Project Mockingbird Tip (29 min 45 sec)

I have flown Eachine's E010 and E013, but I consider the QX65 as their first proper tiny whoop. In this review I take you through inspection, show you how to bind to your transmitter, setup in betaflight and show you how it flies. Also, check below for a link to a tutorial on how to setup the QX65 with Project Mockingbird PIDS and settings.

Since the video is on the long side, here's a legend so you can go right to the information you're looking for:
0:00 - 2:00 Intro
2:01 - 5:11 Flight Footage
5:12 - 14:07 Unboxing, Inspection and Tips
14:08 - 15:44 Binding
15:45 - 20:51 Betaflight Setup
20:52 - END Line of sight and FPV Flight

Here's the video I used for the steps to setup Project Mockingbird:
QX65 Tiny Whoop Ultimate Tune Setup "Project Mockingbird" Banggood (26 min 1 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by schome1 | Apr 17, 2018 @ 09:37 AM | 2,513 Views
I've been sitting on this one for quite a while, but I finally put it together in a document and posted it. Follow the link below to view my guide that explains the C rate and how it is used in calculations for charging, and discharging batteries.
Posted by Reckless_fpv | Apr 17, 2018 @ 09:00 AM | 1,818 Views
addicted fpv freestyle (5 min 14 sec)

Posted by craytech | Apr 17, 2018 @ 06:41 AM | 3,870 Views
C Ray Tech's RC Hovercraft (10 min 5 sec)

Hello everybody welcome back.

In todays video I am very excited to show you the C Ray Tech Hovercraft. I recently took a trip into the world of Tiny Whoovers, Tiny Whoov, Tiny Hovercrafts which ever you prefer. I fell in love all over again with FPV. I am very proud. This is a 3d printed frame that provides semi push fit assembly. I have models available for brushed motors ranging from 6-8.5mm

I will be offering a pre order very soon so stay tuned. You will have the option of pre ordering a frame or a full kit.

If you are interested please contact me via my contact page

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Posted by Christianmitchel | Apr 16, 2018 @ 11:37 PM | 1,872 Views
I've been into rc forever... however... I've never got into boats... I just purchased one and I'd like some advice on how to set it up... I have lots of rc's but this boat is new to me so any advice is greatly appreciated.... i bought a 36" v hull carbon fiber ariane 2... I'm not thrilled with the motor it comes with(3660 2075 kv)... so I'm currently looking at the turningy t~20 and the proteus x520... any suggestions on this is great... I'm planning on putting a turning fat boy 300a esc in it also... I'm going to run 2... 3s 11.1v 6000mah 65c with 130c batteries for the initial setup... I eventually would like to go higher on the batteries but I'd like some input being that I'm green with boats... any info would be greatly appreciated
Posted by Adventrider | Apr 16, 2018 @ 09:45 PM | 5,512 Views
New 83” wings are done but heavier than I wanted. Should have skipped the fiberglass layer, may be. On to interchangeable 100” wing set and stab. Truely nervous about flying it. I’m just not convinced about that blade joiners system for the wing. I’d prefer a big tube or square c.f. joiner.