Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 12:19 PM | 236 Views
Halloa peoples

today I have a LONG term update / review on my experience with the Jumper T16 radio for you.. So this is about the normal non-pro version of the radio that I've used for several months now..
I'm allso going to Upgrade the radio in this video AND I'll give it away

Jumper T16 Multi Protocol Radio - UPDATE + UPGRADE + GIVEAWAY (23 min 9 sec)

Posted by stephenhughcrisp | Today @ 10:02 AM | 369 Views
Please help. I have the new X9D + 2019 and cannot get any D8 receivers to bind. I cannot get D8 onto the internal RX. It’s on the external RX, but that won’t bind.
Posted by RC Roundtable | Today @ 09:06 AM | 476 Views
Episode 95.3: "AMA Expo West - Part 3" is now live!

In this quick episode, the gang wraps up a few final thoughts from their time at AMA Expo West.
-What we bought (2:30)
-What's next? (8:50)

You can visit our website at to listen over the web or download an MP3 of the show. Or, you can subscribe to RC Roundtable on iTunes.
We would love to read your comments and ideas. Please drop us a line here, on twitter, or via email: [email protected].

You can visit our website at to listen over the web or download an MP3 of the show. Or, you can subscribe to RC Roundtable on iTunes.

We would love to read your comments and ideas. Please drop us an email: [email protected].
Posted by PlaneAndSimple | Today @ 08:37 AM | 505 Views
This was a nightmare of a plane to even get, it took over a year! Then about 6-8 months of build. Still not completely done scale details. It's got a handful of flights under it's belt and is such an awesome plane. It's a 110" wingspan with a 60cc EME in the nose. Dry weight of 23.5lbs
Posted by pemase | Yesterday @ 10:31 PM | 1,678 Views
This is how you can learn at a glance the technical characteristics of the mRobotics Family of Autopilots and decide which device best suits your projects.

The mRo autopilots are designed and manufactured to create the wide variety of platforms that the industry requires in different ways. They are designed to provide reliability for the quality of the components used and manufacturing process, versatility in their physical and logical interfaces and in some cases to offer logical security by encrypting the information processed by the autopilot itself.

You can build custom cables yourself or with mRo help to optimize weight and space. It can easily adapt them to carrier boards to interconnect other devices in one piece.

Download from here the Comparison Table of mRo Professional Autopilots Family

Best regards to all RCGroups community

Pedro Matabuena
Posted by bzdang | Yesterday @ 09:37 PM | 1,772 Views
I've been reading the Ballast-Theory discussion and thought of a way to easily add and remove ballast without taking off the wing. This was inspired by my friend's sportbike streamlined back-pack.
I picked up some modeling 'stuff' that I remember my kids using, which will air-dry and is lightweight and resilient (foam-like). Made a mock-up by sticking some supermagnets on top of the wing screws, then forming a long teardrop and mashing it half-flat over the wing center section. I will refine the shape and buy some tungsten weights to embed at the c.g. for the final version. I expect I'll need to glue the magnets and weights after the thing cures.
Posted by bzdang | Yesterday @ 09:02 PM | 1,775 Views
This is an idea I posted earlier here.
No-cost fixture to check c.g. - raid the kids' Lego box!
This one yields 54mm from leading edge, for my Hawk.
You can use cylinders or heads, and easily fine tune the fixture with tape or foam tape.
There is some foam tape on top of the rails to prevent slippage.
Posted by turbinefancy | Yesterday @ 05:31 PM | 2,061 Views
I have always loved flying formation with buddies at the field. But with limitations of depth perception from ground station, one can never gauge the exact relative position of the different planes resulting in planes being too far apart or mid-air collision. With head-tracking FPV, one can judge relative position as well as full scale guys. It's much easier than LOS to tighten up formation flying. Just takes a little practice and a smooth lead pilot to make it possible. I want to eventually fly warbird formation like the Horseman display team. For now just starting out with barrel rolls and other simple maneuvers. Not bad for only about a handful of flights training together. Enjoy!

FPV RC Plane Dogfight & Formation Aerobatics (4 min 40 sec)

Posted by HD48 | Yesterday @ 12:40 PM | 2,314 Views
Just some random pics of my planes. In the group shot, mine is the red and silver Yak 54. Its a 73" Pilot kit with a DLE 30 in it. Great at low and slow 3D!
Posted by unboxingexp | Yesterday @ 12:08 PM | 2,368 Views
3M Foam Landing Pads (1 min 11 sec)

3M-backed foam landing pads for any quadcopter frame. These give you extra protection on hard landings.
Posted by TMacFPV | Yesterday @ 10:11 AM | 2,704 Views
FPV Drone Parts Revealed! 😲 How well do you know your FPV drone parts? How do they interact with each other? What should you know before buying?
Here's a general overview of the 7 main FPV drone parts. Should help you build your own FPV race drone and assist in trouble-shooting when "things happen!" Short, fun, matching quiz goes along with it!
FPV RACE DRONE PARTS (8 min 45 sec)

Posted by VicT | Yesterday @ 08:48 AM | 3,004 Views
This is a brief explanation on how to configure your talking DX 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 transmitters. The photos are the same or very similar. You must have an AR636 receiver that comes with the 50 or so models that are the Bind and Fly type. You can buy a receiver from Horizon and have them program an “open stock” AR636 receiver for about $90 (as of Nov 2019). Most of the older types of wood or foam models can use the AR 636 receiver. The receiver must be solidly mounted and orientation is important and reversing the direction of the elevator, aileron, and rudder channels can’t be done at the transmitter. A $7 servo reverser, or a reverse servo are some ways to solve this situation. Removing the servo output arms and repositioning them 180 degrees so they push or pull the flight control surface is another way. The pushrod or tubing must not bind or interfere with anything and this may take time and effort. Purchasing a program cable and connecting it to the Bind port of the receiver is another way. You must use a Windows computer or tablet, and download programs and updates. Learning how to program the receiver can take some time. Terms like relative and absolute gains and flight modes must be understood. There are Spektrum videos and third party programs to help. If you enjoy spending hours on your Windows 7 or newer computer then read RC Groups on how to program your AR636 receiver. The pics are numbered and correspond to the following paragraphs.

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Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 06:00 AM | 3,060 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Une bonne grosse frayeur ! Je partais en mode tranquillou pour approfondir un peu les tests sur le Emax HAWK PRO, mais cette session ne fût pas si reposante que ça ! Malgré mes petits déboires, je peux confirmer que cet engin n'a rien à envier aux autres appareils de sa catégorie. Mon RX est tombé en panne mais ça peut arriver et j'aurais dû remarquer que le RSSI n'était plus du tout constant même à faible distance. Je vous conseillerai par contre de changer la sangle pour une en kevlar et boucle en métal, pour un 6S c'est indispensable. En bref, le Hawk Pro reste un excellent racer 5" puissant, solide et bien réglé d'origine . Bon Film à Tous ...

EMAX Hawk Pro 6S - Une journée qui avait bien commencée - (14 min 54 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17.5/20 Un TOP BNF !

Niveau : Amateurs et Confirmés
Les + : Design original, Puissant et Réactif, résistant, Autonomie, Portée et qualité vidéo, Bonne config, Réglage d'origine ok, Bon rapport qualité/prix .
Les - : Antenne VTX à changer, Boucle de sangle plastique, RX Frsky RIP !

- Si Vous voulez aider la chaîne avec un don (tous les dons servent à alimenter les vidéos en produits ou matériel ):

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

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Posted by rinoki71 | Nov 15, 2019 @ 11:47 PM | 3,404 Views
Posted by BDOG1 | Nov 15, 2019 @ 07:34 PM | 3,797 Views
With the long lay off of slope flying and other demands/priorities in my life I have found it hard to get back to the building board this past summer .

Summer is long past and winter is now upon us here in upstate N.Y. - and now the wind returns...
After getting out on the slope today i find myself eager to get back on unfinished projects and also start some new ones .
So ...
Here is the start of my DAW P-51 build {a quick build I hope}

1st step glue the basswood spars into the precut channel using white {foaming } Gorilla glue
Once dry glue the trailing edges on {I used 20 min epoxy}

This is the original DAW kit which used coraplast tails and full size servos {40 oz Futaba S-148}
I am still undecided weather to do the tail feathers out of balsa and cover for a better look or just go with the stock coroplast set up and finish it sooner
then go out and fly the snot out of it like most of the world has done up to now ...

next up - trim/sand the top or the spars and trailing edges and prepare to join the wing halfs
Posted by BDOG1 | Nov 15, 2019 @ 05:11 PM | 3,957 Views
Well finally got a chance to get out on the slope here in NY for some sloping.
I had missed 2 other chances when the conditions were better with the NW wind coming straight up the hill but 36 years of marriage have taught me
"Never miss taking your Wife out for her birthday "
Anyway : I have not been out on the slope since Wilson last spring so trying a West wind thru the hedgerow and across the face of the hill was worth a try...I Really Need a Fix

The Ka-8 let me down with no working ailerons so it was time to give the Demon a shot ,a gift from a friend I had only put one flight on it over flat land .

Life Is Good !