Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 11:00 AM | 4 Views
Make sure to buy the props with the correct hole diameter as they are available with 0.8mm and 1.0mm.
Weight / G: 0.28G
Center hole diameter: 1MM
Paddle disk diameter: 31mm
Center thickness: 5mm
Maximum blade width: 5.71mm
Adaptation motor: 0703-1103
Gemfan 1219 1.2x1.9x3 31mm 3-blade Propeller (1 min 17 sec)

Posted by GroundControlRC | Today @ 09:48 AM | 169 Views

DustOff Flight #3 - Eachine Mini Mustang P51D Warbird RTF Expert Mode in 6-8mph Wind Start to Finish ;-)

Here is a link to the Video:

Eachine Mini Mustang P51D Warbird RTF P51 P-51

#GroundControlRC #GlueAndFly #ScratchBuildPlanes #Eachine #MiniMustang #P51D #P51 #Warbird

This Aircraft is courtesy of Banggood!

DustOff Flight #3 in Expert Mode with Wind on the ground of 6-8mph (10-13kph) and I'm guessing 12-16mph (19-26kph) approx. 20 feet up.
I wish I could take off from the ground with this Plane but it's too rough here and it noses over.
It's a bit of a handful in this much Wind and the Wind got strong enough at one point where I could barely turn it back into the Wind ;-)

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Eachine Mini Mustang P51D Warbird RTF P51 P-51

Spare Parts:

Lipo Battery 1S 360mAh for Eachine Mini Mustang P-51D RC Airplane

Brushed Motor 10mm Hollow Cup for Eachine Mini Mustang P-51D RC Airplane

Prop 130X70mm Propeller Set for Eachine Mini Mustang P-51D RC Airplane

Gearbox for Eachine Mini Mustang P-51D RC Airplane
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Posted by GEMFAN ts | Today @ 03:29 AM | 621 Views
They are all Gemfan new self-design colors of props, Galaxy, 𝗚𝗼𝗹𝗱 𝗳𝗶𝗿𝗲 and 𝗕𝗹𝘂𝗲 𝗼𝗰𝗲𝗮𝗻.

What will you design if you can decide props colors?Let's start imagination!

#Hurricane51433 #New #Color #Design
Posted by VicT | Yesterday @ 10:02 PM | 963 Views
x440 was purchased us ed in good condition with a brushed geared 480 and no ESC

Proposed :

motor is an Axi 2820-10
40 -60 amp ESC with brake
12/6 folder
3-4 S 2200 Graphene lipo
2.4 Spektrum 6 ch RX

Wings are approx 170-180 grams

Approx weight of proposed items are 749 grams
Total RTF 929 grams or 32 oz

My concern is that there will not be enough nose weight compared to the original motor and nicad cells.

However a preliminary check shows that this will not be a problem with a 2200 4S Graphene pack or a smaller lighter 1000 3 or4S pack.
Posted by BDOG1 | Yesterday @ 08:27 PM | 1,087 Views
Oh Ya - second day in a row and this time with some good wind over 20mph
I maiden'd the mini Machine and also my buddy's 48 " Bull Dog
A good afternoon of flying , got there at 2:00 came down at 4:30
I am ready for some time back in the shop
Posted by Suko | Yesterday @ 07:25 PM | 1,130 Views
First off, I learned how to do this from reading Kallend's blog. I am in no way trying to take credit for his work. I am simply trying to help other people out so they better understand how to get this whole thing working. When I read through his blog for the first time, I had many questions and didn't understand some things. The purpose of this guide is to help those who were like myself get the afterburner unit installed successfully.

Please check out Kallend's blog, since he deserves the original credits for this. He also offers a more advanced version of this afterburner that runs off an arduino board that can flicker. I will not be covering that in this guide. This guide will cover the basic, bare-bones LED afterburner setup.

So, let's start off with the basics. Here's what you will need to get started..

This guide assumes you have basic soldering skills. If you do not, then I don't recommend going any further until you do. There's plenty of guides on soldering on Youtube. Go watch those and get some practice and come back when you're ready. This guide will show you how to setup and get your LED unit...Continue Reading
Posted by dealdealerunltd1 | Yesterday @ 06:45 PM | 1,138 Views
Latest & Greatest Toy Purchase of March 2020..

Full Custom S&S Bobber..
Polished S&S 113" Evo w/ 656 Cam, Jetted & Spaced Super G Carb, Forged Pistons, Crane Ignition, Push Button Compression Releases, Vance & Hines Big Radius Exhaust, JIMS Racing HP Billet Clutch w/ Fat 5 Trans, Compufire Gen 3, All Performance Machine Chrome Upper & Lower Controls, Revtec Chrome Calipers, Braided Lines, Super Rare Old School Polished Boyd Coddington Wheels & Matching Rotors, Chrome Paughcho Double Springer Wide Glyde Style Front End w/ 4" Chrome Risers & Wild One Drag Bar Handle Bars, LowBrow Custom Leather Seat
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Posted by RC Roundtable | Yesterday @ 04:28 PM | 1,281 Views
Episode 105: "Executive Blunder" is now live!

In this episode, the AMA's Tyler Dobbs tells us about a proposed executive order that could impact our hobby:
-Tyler spills the beans (1:00)
-The gang assesses things (18:30)
-Virus purchase (39:35)

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 Hibbertjayy | Yesterday @ 12:44 PM | 1,810 Views
How do i reattach antenna to receiver ? Its snapped at the solder point. I have soldered it back , messily as im a beginner , but its definitely connected.

I read a thread on here and i quote ''configuration .. is critical'' so is there a specific way ? All wires look the same in the casing theyre jus thin copper ones , about 5 or 6 of em.
Posted by racedouge1 | Yesterday @ 10:43 AM | 2,039 Views
Saw an interesting way of hot wiring a wing from a Jim Thompson's video. He hot glues down foam sheets to hot wire ribs, then skins them with fiberglass sheets.
So I thought. I want to try to do something like this. When RC Foam sold out I bought a lot of boxes of Depron. I want to start with a small light weight flying wing (of course) with a Spekrum UMX brick. The wing skins will be 1mm Depron. Has anyone have experienced thinning out BSI Foam-Cure with denatured alcohol.

Now to start on templates.
Posted by modelworks | Yesterday @ 10:16 AM | 2,123 Views
I have a passion for Large Aircraft models. They say that size does not matter. Ohhh yes it does. Go Big or Go home is what I say to that. You are either going ALL THE WAY, or not at all. I like Fighter Jets and Helicopters. Just something about the shape and form. This is my first post. Not really sure how to add the photos. Hopefully they come out okay.


Posted by jmxp69 | Yesterday @ 08:38 AM | 2,366 Views
Florida is shutting down. I got one last video in before the quarantine went into effect. Good tuning results on the vanquish.

Extreme Flight Vanquish MKII F3A 2nd Flight - Last Flight before Covid-19 Quarantine Order. (25 min 6 sec)

Posted by Carmen Chen | Yesterday @ 04:43 AM | 2,935 Views
*Multifunction,Suitable for a variety of occasions:
1.Halloween or other festive prank toys / gifts
2.Simulation animal decoration for zoo / park
3.Indoor or outdoor remote control toy boat for kids
4.Remove the boat and turn it into a crocodile model
5.Drive the ducks and protect the aquatic plants
6.Protect your private pool from the pollution of birds

*Product details:
Product Name: Flytec V008 RC Crocodile Boat
Frequency: 2.4GHZ
Control Time: 15 Mins
Charging Time: 4-5 Hours
Control Distance: 30 M
Battery: 3.7V 500MAH
Speed: 15 KM/h

1.2.4GHz remote control, the remote control distance is farther, and many people use it without interference.
2. Resin simulation of the crocodile head, the shape is realistic.
3. Forward, backward,turn left and turn right four-channel operation, which simulates the speed and movement of the real crocodile, and moves freely on the water.
4. Low-voltage protection, when the voltage is too low, the speed will automatically drop by 40%, reminding consumers to recall the remote-controlled boat
5. The water-inducing paddle shaft is in contact with the water surface. After the fluid is sensed, the power can be quickly turned on. At the same time, the balanced double-coil slurry is used to make the speedboat sail more smoothly and without fear of overturning.
6. Waterproof performance is good, the charging port is equipped with rubber waterproof plug, the bottom of the boat is fully enclosed and...Continue Reading
Posted by old4570 | Apr 01, 2020 @ 09:46 PM | 3,780 Views
Purple Crash Monster DLG (4 min 46 sec)

Remember the purple DLG ?

Been trying to untwist the wing (?)
Still turns left , but at least I can tune it out some what .

Wow , Not great ! Hopefully I can get it to do something in the future ..
Needs a lot of work ..

But I am getting some where , I guess ?

I just dropped a bundle on a DLG ,
1 meter fits me better than 1.5 meter .
Now for a decent 750 or smaller DLG
Posted by nd244 | Apr 01, 2020 @ 09:41 PM | 3,789 Views
Hi there. I get a bunch of planes from someone I want to start out to fly this plane. This plane is the best plane in its condition I dont know if it has everything that it needs to fly. I put a picture of the electronics I was wondering if there is anything else I would need to fly it. I will need batteries and I will need a remote for it if you can help me with that to figure out what I need. i have photos of the inside of the airplane it won't let me upload it so contact me if you are willing to help. [email protected]
Posted by MozzyFoxyote | Apr 01, 2020 @ 09:34 PM | 3,809 Views
This is my mini-project that I just started early this year. But since we're shut inside with COVID-19, I've finally made a return to the project after some 7 years, haha.

This is a Traxxas Stampede 2WD with the Traxxas brushless system. The shocks are (I think) Axial, I got them very long ago from a friend. The cage/body panels are off a Vaterra Twin Hammers that I custom painted. The wheels & tires are also Vaterra, not sure of the model names.

I have some aluminum set aside to make a new hood panel, but thanks to this pandemic right now, the weld school I'm at is completely shut down, so I'll have to make those later. Other than that, I'd like to either buy or make a wing, and get some new oil in the shocks.
Posted by BDOG1 | Apr 01, 2020 @ 08:55 PM | 3,880 Views
April first 2020 and a chance to get outside into the sunshine with a predicted 10mph wind from the north.
I have not tried to fly this direction with wind this light ,but out I went..full sunshine and a balmy 46 degrees ..

I flew the Bug first,I had built a couple of them a half a dozen years ago and had not flown them on a real hill, just tossed them around sloping hay bales a in a friends field .

The wind felt stronger than the predicted 10 , I was still using my transmitter glove { was glad I did, when clouds passed over , my hands were toasty warm inside }
Since I had not flown this in ages and was now on a new transmitter {This is a rudder/ elevator ship,and I fly rudder on the left stick } Do I launch with my left hand and keep my finger on the elevator stick .
Or launch with my right hand and have my finger on the rudder stick.
I launched with my left betting on needing elevator control first,as it turned out the elevator was not too far off and the wind turned her before I could get my left hand inside the glove...she set down with out damage about 20 feet away {shows why I am not a gambling man }
Next launch with my{ right hand } was no problem,flew her around and trimmed her out ,seemed a little tail heavy with a bit of a tuck once so I ,landed and added some lead to the nose .
Out again and tooled around for the next 20 minutes - Great fun , something this light shouldn't be able to handle this much wind

Time for the HK 1M dlg,I had...Continue Reading
Posted by DismayingObservation | Apr 01, 2020 @ 08:46 PM | 3,910 Views
I simply could not resist.

Yes, I already have several nano sized quads. However, thanks to Harbor Freight's frequent 20% discount offers, I was able to score their new Pocket Air Drone for well under twenty bucks.

It's an RTF - naturally - in the mold of such predecessors as the Cheerson CX-10.

And boy, is this thing fun. If one's local hobby shop doesn't stock nano quads for these strange times of isolation, I can't recommend this highly enough. It's not only a kick to fly, it's downright fast. It's just the thing for blasting about the living room for practically pocket change. Three control levels, automatic flips, spare props, what more can one ask?

Well, a slightly less sensitive throttle control might be nice. Other than that, not much else.

I'm reminded of a $20 toy helicopter with IR control I bought at a San Diego convenience store as a blog subject. Fun but difficult to fly and it eventually fell apart. I got my money's worth for sure.

That same twenty bucks nets a really nice little machine complete with Harbor Freight's 90-day guarantee.

It might be time to dust off some of those other nano quads of mine, but for now, I plan to put a lot of flights on this thing.