Posted by Bill M - RC | Jun 16, 2019 @ 09:01 PM | 954 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

This Frsky Ultralight XM mini receiver with up To 16CH for RC Drone FPV Racing review includes package, contents, specifications, connecting, binding & demo flight video clips.

Get this FrSky Ultralight XM Mini Receiver Up To 16CH for RC Drone FPV Racing here now:

Frsky Ultralight mini receiver review (7 min 47 sec)

Posted by mtdoramike | Jun 16, 2019 @ 05:42 PM | 963 Views
This was the first RC boat build that I did. I finished her last year.
Posted by trigstupp | Jun 16, 2019 @ 03:31 PM | 970 Views
I enjoy both building and flying FPV. Also enjoy reviewing the juicy HD footage after flying and sometimes making short video with music. Looking to pick up Ham licence and maybe meeting up with others to fly with. Always had special talent when it comes to electronics. I also enjoy the challenge to learn things I don't know how to do and can sometimes get a bit of tunnel vision focused to learn or figure out the puzzle.
Posted by JSKYVOLT | Jun 16, 2019 @ 03:15 PM | 656 Views
After many years of concentrating on building a post and beam garage and servicing cars, house systems etc., finally resuming r/c. Many if not most planes need a little finessing to get them in good shape. The flashback kit I bought here (as jim e) and the canopy was crinkled, never said a word to seller ) was hidden by instructions in sealed sleeve so not his fault) and then proceeded to make it worse. Have to redo magnet system or use another method to secure canopy (Velcro?). The foam sportser is ready, just do not like how the motor goes wild if you turn off the tx while battery is hooked up-probably the airtronics rx so may change. My fry sky equipment is now "legacy" but still should work okay. Here's to hoping to,learn knife edge after 37 years of flying r/c. Oh and I hope to get a lot more organized!!
Posted by rclad | Jun 16, 2019 @ 01:43 PM | 726 Views
Air Masters RC Airfield
North Bend, OH
Friday, June 14, 2019

It was a windy day - 15 mph with 30 degree crosswind - but I wanted to try out a second camera on my EF 95" Extra 330SC-E. This one was taped to the top of the canopy facing the tail.

This was the fourth flight of the day, the third with cameras. It wasn't my best sequence work - the negative snaps exiting the P Loop were both off - but it was the only flight that I remembered to clean the splattered bugs off the canopy before takeoff!

These videos help me spot all of my errors that I miss from the ground.

IMAC 2019 Intermediate Practice - June 14 (10 min 7 sec)

Posted by Mad_angler1 | Jun 16, 2019 @ 01:16 PM | 762 Views
I have decided to start a thread on the new The DJI ROBOMASTER S1 Educational Robot.

This will be a place where users and owners can post, share info and tips on using this new product from DJI, I will be getting one as soon as I possible can and will be keeping this thread updated with any help, support and relevant information that I can as time goes on.

As this is located on my blog I will be posting any videos I make on it from my channel and moderating this thread my self. The S1 is an educational robot, I welcome everyone to post their own user experiences, build logs, issues, problemss in this thread as you would in any other thread, however any Anti DJI post ,Politics and anything I feel is not in keeping with this being a educational tool and helpful to people will be removed.

I also ask everyone to post in a helpful, supportive and family friendly manner as this product is aimed at young people as well as adults, let’s all help each other, learn from each other and work together to get the most from the ROBOMASTER S1

If you would like to support me or my channel you can order the DJI ROBOMASTER S1 from the below affiliate link.

Introducing the ROBOMASTER S1

DJI’s first ground robot based on the ROBOMASTERS Robotics competition DJI Sponsor in China.

DJI - Meet the RoboMaster S1 (3 min 14 sec)


The RoboMaster S1 is a game-changing
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Posted by wattechighland | Jun 16, 2019 @ 04:12 AM | 676 Views
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Posted by GBLynden | Jun 15, 2019 @ 05:33 PM | 733 Views
This is my Unboxing for the brand new ZOHD Orbit Neon 900mm FPV Night Flying Wing.

ZOHD Orbit Neon 900mm FPV Night Flying Wing Unboxing (9 min 35 sec)

Here are my review notes for this Glow In The Dark Night Flying Wing:

- The LED Lights are amazing
- Assembly and setup was super quick and easy
- The special biodegradable foam is incredibly smooth
- Comes with easy launch gyro settings with 3G and 6G options
- This Orbit Neon has the latest and greatest gyro settings

- I don’t see any cons yet but I will update this as I find them over time.
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Posted by phil alvirez | Jun 15, 2019 @ 02:44 PM | 749 Views
maverick 3-the ultimate
the maverick 3 is basically the same as the previous 2.
when realized that i couldnt find another way to improve its performance by design, i tried to improve its structure.
so the only change is the fuselage, which is now carbon fiber/kevlar.
i found the magellan 2 meters the most suitable. and it is (or was) available at the time.
Magellan-E - ICARUS
The Magellan electric is the continuing effort in development after the popular Carbon D-light and Koleos series of electric gliders from ICARE.They are based on the same moulded carbon D-box technology that made the Carbon D-light so successful. This type of construction results in a very strong, light wing and a very accurate airfoil shape over the leading edge - the most important part of ...

it ended up being stronger, with more room, and more streamlined. and still better performance!
i had to modify it extensively due to that it has a longer tail moment and shorter nose moment. the solution was to move the wing back 30mm. this required substancial changes, but works fine. also the tail is designed for v and mine is t. the end is wide open so i made a fairing to streamline it. but it worked fine.
Posted by Old_Pilot | Jun 15, 2019 @ 08:19 AM | 707 Views
Decided to do a slow flyer / glider tug.......Everybody has a cub, or a Citabria, or a Cessna I picked an Auster AOP.9.....
Posted by Bill M - RC | Jun 15, 2019 @ 07:26 AM | 648 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

T - MOTOR FALCON 15 5.8GHz FPV 95mm Mini Brushless RC Drone review. This T-Motor Falcon15 review includes unboxing, inspection, setup, binding, betaflight settings, FPV, Camera, Indoor Whoop racing & Outdoor flight tests of this powerful mini brushless quadcopter drone. Flight action starts at 12:33 and you can also see altitude in the fpv telemetry.

You can get this great T-Motor Falcon 15 Mini Brushless rc drone here ON PROMOTION NOW:

T-Motor Falcon 15 95mm 2-3s Brushless Mini drone review (33 min 17 sec)

Posted by old4570 | Jun 15, 2019 @ 07:26 AM | 620 Views
Broken Mini DLG pro @ the Sink Hole ( After repairs ) (2 min 29 sec)

Yes !

HK Mini DLG pro is back in the air !
Ok , it did need a lot of trimming before I was happy , in fact the battery in the action cam gave out just before I found the sweet spot !

The Mini DLG pro was really stalling out when turned into the breeze .
And I found it hard to put that much down elevator into the model to stop it lifting its nose into the breeze .
I will have to check the angle of attack on that wing , it might be too high !
Especially as the model is not overly sensitive to the elevator . ( Rearward CG )

Still , probably the best hang time for a HK DLG so far for me ! ( It was the only really good Chuck for the day ) except for the last two before going home , they were ok as well . ( Just no cam footage )
Posted by GroundControlRC | Jun 15, 2019 @ 07:22 AM | 577 Views
DustOff #1 - Glue & Fly Series F22 Mini V2 - Plans Available to Patrons & Subscribers!

Here is a link to the Video:

I have not flown this Parkjet since completing my Line-Of-Sight Training.
I had forgotten how much fun this Parkjet is to fly ;-)
Let's blow some Dust Off!

Plans for the "Glue & Fly Series" F-22 Mini V2 are available to Subscribers & Patron ONLY!
The skill level needed for this Parkjet is Beginner to Intermediate.
It's a great Trainer on a 2S Power System and Fast & Acrobatic with a 3S Power System.

This was my Trainer Parkjet when I transitioned to Planes ;-)

If you would like a copy of the Plans & Associated Documents send an email to [email protected]
In the Email Subject enter: GFS F22 Mini V2 Plans
I will get them to you as soon as I can.
You're going to love it ;-)

Here are links to the components:

Racerstar 2207 BR2207S Green Edition 2500KV 3-6S Brushless Motor

[ Primary ESC ]
FVT LittleBee 20A ESC BLHeli OPTO 2-4S
3A UBEC Module Low Ripple Bluesky Mini Switch-Mode DC BEC 5V 2-6S

[ Alternate ESC ]
FVT SKYI020 2-3S 20A Brushless ESC With BEC 5V/2A

KINGKONG/LDARC 6040 Propellers CW & CCW 10 Pairs
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Posted by Tazkiller85 | Jun 15, 2019 @ 05:05 AM | 666 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Ma 1ère blessure de guerre !!! lol . J'ai décidé aujourd'hui d'approfondir le mode de vol "Smart Track" afin d'exploiter toutes ces possibilités par la suite. Je pense avoir fais le tour de la question sur ce mode, même un peu plus ! Vous saurez Maintenant, pour quelle raison le Smart Track ne s'active qu'à une certaine hauteur. Pas trop de bobo pour cette fois grâce aux hélices pliables de cet engin, mais soyez prudent et ne tentez pas le diable ! Il y a des règles donc, respectez les ! Je vous ai mis en lien (plus haut), une Trousse de 1er Secours ... on ne sait jamais ! MDR
Bon Film à Tous ... Et Bon Vol

Xiaomi FIMI X8 SE l'Accident !!! - 2nd Test en vol - Smart Track on approfondit ! (25 min 0 sec)

NOTATAZ : 19/20 Une erreur humaine !!!

Niveau : Débutants et Confirmés
Les + : Puissant et Souple, Réactif, Précis, Très bonne autonomie, Très Stable, Excellente qualité d'image, Nombreux modes de vol ...
Les - : à voir dans les prochains tests ...

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

- FIMI X8 SE 403,08€ ( COUPON BGFIMIX8SE10 ) jusqu'au 30/6/2019 :
- Accessoires FIMI X8 SE :
- Mon sac à dos FIMI :
- Protection Gimball 3D Imp :
- TROUSSE DE 1er SECOURS ! lol :
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Posted by TMacFPV | Jun 14, 2019 @ 04:37 PM | 756 Views
Got some extra wood laying around the house? Why not build your own Do-It-Yourself (DIY) FPV Start Block?!? It keeps your Quad’s props clear from tall grass and gives it a “Starting Chance!” Launch yourself into the realm of possibilities with the FPV Start Block, Launch Block, Launch Pad or whatever else you want to call it-just build it!🏁
FPV START BLOCK (5 min 28 sec)

Posted by basslord1124 | Jun 14, 2019 @ 01:00 PM | 797 Views
So since being back in the hobby and learning some of the new standards like 2.4Ghz radios, I also had to learn about all things involved with electric flight. One of these things was the use of lipo batteries. Some folks have implanted this fear in me that lipos can blow up at what others may feel is a very slight issue. And granted things can happen if they are improperly charged, handled, etc. So, while I charge things carefully, as with anyone, mistakes and incidents can happen. I had 2 incidents with 2 different lipos in my was shorted out briefly and the other had some physical damage in a crash. At first, I feared they would catch fire moments after the incidents occurred, but so far nothing has happened yet. So, I'm going to document this experience and just see if these batteries are still stable enough to use...OR if they do indeed need to be disposed of.

Facing Lipo Fears: Part 1: Shorted out and damaged... Are these batteries safe to use? (7 min 50 sec)

Posted by xrx1113 | Jun 14, 2019 @ 11:41 AM | 765 Views
Flew the Astro Jeff in some wind the other day it . May need bigger control surfaces, it’s very sluggish with turns and does not turn tightly will need to fly it more to get a better feel for what needs to be changed.