Posted by Cox PT-19 | Today @ 03:44 PM | 305 Views
More S.M.A.L.L. Salad:

Even MORE Fall S.M.A.L.L. Salad (5 min 7 sec)

Posted by jmxp69 | Today @ 03:03 PM | 898 Views
This is a neat little setup that shows instructor override with simple movement of stick. Control returns to student with release/re-center of sticks.
Radiomaster TX16s and WT-01 Wireless Trainer Setup with Quick Takeback (12 min 53 sec)

Posted by quitcherbitchen | Today @ 11:35 AM | 1,510 Views
A friend of mine Tony gave me a crashed Freewing Me 262 that was Heavily damaged in a crash. The wing and one nacelle were completely smashed and the spar was bent. Motor and electronics all survived. He couldn't bear to spend the money for the new wings so he gave the hulk to me. Thanks Buddy!!! The fuselage was broken in three place or should I say thirds. Tony hand done a good job of gluing it back together, but the nose was missing a huge piece which wasn't in the body bag of parts so I filled it in and shaped it. I also ordered a new wing an nacelle set. There isn't anything unusual about my rebuild as hundred of pilots do this all the time, but I wanted to document it here maybe to inspire that it isn't that hard to fix foam planes even if your missing a piece.
Posted by Old_Pilot | Today @ 11:16 AM | 1,558 Views
I was one for two yesterday...the Kombat flew great...the Plank, not so much...wing is in three pieces..whatever I did wrong, it was serious..she was's the video of the Kombat III EDF

Kombat III Music (3 min 32 sec)

Posted by Jack Crossfire | Yesterday @ 10:33 PM | 3,033 Views
After an unfortunate toe injury, the decision was made to install a very bright, removable light to try to improve the visibility of the path. A 60W LED bulb was converted to 8.2V 200mA. Then a heat resistant mount was printed out of PETG. The prolific jump in zip tie prices has led to string.

It was hard to make any conclusions in a parking lot. That was the last of the dry weather for 36 hours. The mane problem is without a reflector, it's very diffuse.
Posted by Justwingit | Yesterday @ 08:30 PM | 3,252 Views
So this is Barrett Hochhaus' absolutely HUGE, completely scratch built Me 323 Gigant recently at St. George Utah !
Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant ("Giant") by Barrett Hochhaus - Scale Flight Demo at St. George Utah (14 min 40 sec)

This is a RARELY modeled aircraft, of which only a little over 200 were ever built full scale. This plane truly exemplifies the title "gentle giant" and is a credit to the imagination and skill of Barrett

Enjoy the history and scale flight demo !

Posted by JureZ | Yesterday @ 04:38 PM | 3,542 Views
Pitts 850 mm WS upper wing bash - Movie (2 min 31 sec)

Eflite Pitts 850 mm upper wing , picked up from the trash bin.

Fuselage made from two bamboo skewers and a fiberglass tube. Homemade tail group.

Motor: Turnigy Propdrive 28-26, Kv=1200 rpm/V.

Battery LiPo 3S 1100 mAh 45C. Folding propeller 9.45" x 8" .

Static test : 16 A , 188 W , at full throttle.

Three 9 g servos (aileron and elevator).

Flying weight : 489 g ; 17.25 oz
Posted by djmoose | Yesterday @ 09:45 AM | 4,284 Views
The last few steps are to get the front of the plane ready to go. Let's mount the exhaust stacks and cowling.

Install the Cowling & Exhaust - Phoenix Model 20cc 68" Mitsubishi Zero ARF (9 min 25 sec)

"The first engine upgrade came with the introduction of the A6M3 (Model 32). The new model utilized a Nakajima Sakae-21 engine. The Sakae-21 was also an air-cooled radial with 14 cylinders in a double row producing 1130hp at 2750rpm. The new engine also incorporated a two-speed supercharger for better high-altitude performance. The powerplant had a down-flow carburetor and a redesigned cowling to incorporate the air intake at the top/center of the engine cowling."
"The new engine was used on the Model 32, Model 22, and Model 52."
"Some slight changes were made to the engine after the A6M5 (Model 52) was introduced. The most noticeable visual difference was that individual exhaust pipes replaced the older grouped exhaust pipes on each side. This allowed additional thrust to be generated by the engine exhaust, but required a redesign of the cowl flaps and additional heat shielding for the fuselage."
D'Angina, James. "Powerplants." Mitsubishi A6M Zero, Osprey Publishing Ltd, 2016, pp. 17.
Posted by JIPPERR | Yesterday @ 09:28 AM | 4,290 Views
This is a follow on from my previous blog entries regarding ground FPV using a 3 axis gimbal to stabilize the camera. The below pointers assume that the FPV gear is mounted to the chassis under the body shell, also consider that my vehicle is primarily for offroad use.

Body style impacts FPV view, shape of the hood, cab height, and where the windshield is positioned and angle all play a really big part of the view available.
Clear side windows, cutout windscreen
Body reinforcement around the windshield area (Shoegoo and drywall tape)
Velcro sides of body to chassis
Clearance one or two cm between the roof and the tallest parts of the gimbal and camera
Bonus points for a rounded roof line as this might give a litte help rolling back onto the wheels!

One more thing worth mentioning, the cage style bodies will likely provide better view all around as they have so much more open space to look through (ie the side windows). Those are the essentialls, a bit of discussion to follow...
Posted by | Yesterday @ 05:14 AM | 4,819 Views
The WL Toys 104009 is recently released a 4WD RC monster truck. It is made by WL Toys, one of the lower cost RC Car manufacturers that tend to strike a good balance between performance and affordability. This particular car is stated as 1/10 scale but is about the size of a typical 1/12 scale, still big enough to perform off-road. In this review I'll cover what I like about this car and what I don't like so you can make a decision to see if it will suit you or not.


Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 05:03 AM | 4,999 Views
🧐Yep Les Amis,
Améliorations notables et performances au RDV ! J'avais hâte de tester cette nouvelle version du RACEWHOOP 30 de chez HGLRC et je ne suis pas déçu. Le nouveau matériau utilisé pour les Ducts (protection d'hélice), en plus d'alléger un peu l'engin, protège réellement les hélices cette fois ! Même si ce matériau sera plus cassant que celui utilisé sur l'ancien, il est très résistant au chocs et ne vous obligera pas à changer une hélice sur chaque crash moyen, GROS PLUS ! A cela le fabricant ajoute un support caméra en carbone qui permet de modifier le tilt, une protection de l'antenne FPV, un buzzer, des leds et un aileron qui protègera la lipo sur des chocs de face. En bref, DU BON BOULOT selon moi. Efficace pour les cinématique, la proximité et du freestyle, ce nouveau RACEWHOOP reste un appareil très polyvalent et durable ! ... Prenez soin de vous (et des autres) et merci à tous pour votre soutien .

HGLRC RACEWHOOP 30 Upgrade - Review Test Démo - GOOD JOB ! (37 min 7 sec)

🧐NOTATAZ : 18/20 Bel Upgrade !!!
Les + : Autonomie Correcte, Réglages ok sorti de boite, Très polyvalent, Précis, Caméra réglable, Puissant et Très résistant !
Les - : Galère à démonter, toujours un peu lourdaud ...

Chez HGLRC :
- HGLRC Racewhoop 30 analogique :
- HGLRC Racewhoop 30 Numérique :
- HGLRC Racewhoop 25 analogique :
- HGLRC Racewhoop 25 Numérique : Reading
Posted by Helen_AGFrc | Yesterday @ 03:32 AM | 5,006 Views
Hi, Guys! There is new product released, and we are so excited to show you!
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It is the 4-poles brushless servo! For those who needs superb torque, it is the servo you can not missed!
Can you imagine the standard servo with 74kg high torque? Wait, we also have 88kg one, but this will be available at November 2021. Stay tuned!
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It is the new series superior powerful servo for you to challenge.
1, It has the beautiful new look.
2, High quality 4-poles brushless motor
3, Stronger 4 dustproof bearings
4, High precision strength steel gears
5, programmable digital circuit
6, working voltage: 4.8V-8.4V
7,Double application used smart servo, winch servo or regular servo by changed firmware.
8, size: 40*20*38mm
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Posted by WheresMyCat | Yesterday @ 12:42 AM | 5,305 Views
Hey there fellas! My name is Shane and this is my RCG blog space where I share my amazing hotliner adventures--one day. Right now, she is still on the table.
Posted by GBLynden | Oct 22, 2021 @ 10:50 PM | 5,441 Views
This is Tim's Arrows RC Viper 50mm EDF Jet Flight With Mt. Baker Views.

Tim's Arrows RC Viper 50mm EDF Jet Flight With Mt. Baker Views (8 min 12 sec)

Posted by Ssayer | Oct 22, 2021 @ 03:21 PM | 7,119 Views
Flywoo Cinerace20 HD

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I ordered this with the XM+ (from Makerfire because they were quite a bit cheaper than Flywoo?!?) on the 15th, Paid the extra 27 bucks, and got it today (the 22nd). The difference in price for the quad between the two sites basically made the DHL shipping free...

At this point, I only have 4 batteries through it (450mAh and 650mAh), so here are my very initial thoughts:

-It set up pretty quickly. I spent about as much time changing the switches in Betaflight to what I use as I did on anything else.
-Binding was simple (ACCST firmware).
-Having a Mobula6 and a Mobula7, I was very pleasantly surprised that it had the full range of any of my larger quads.
-Cruising around flight time was 6+ min with the 450 and 7-1/2+ min with the 650. Brand new batts, so not broken in and MAY or MAY NOT get better.
-Stock PIDS worked well for me.
-No beeper, so only motor beeps for lost signal and Aux beep.
-I watched reviews that said that the USB port for the FCB stuck out too far and so was something to look out for if you crash. I don't see it as a problem. I'm wondering if they've made the bottom pad a little thicker, or maybe I'm just not as concerned?
-They call it a 2 inch quad (that's props), but that may be misleading to some, it's a 90mm quad.
-DJI HD! That about finishes off the Mobulas for me. Someone downstream for me in the family is going to be happy to get them.

I am very happy with this quad (my Christmas present, so I only get a few more flights on it before I lose it for a couple of months). That's about it for now.
Posted by jmxp69 | Oct 22, 2021 @ 01:24 PM | 8,105 Views
Slight audio problems at the start, but this is a first look and install of the new Radiomaster AG01 Gimbals:
Posted by Old_Pilot | Oct 22, 2021 @ 09:33 AM | 8,695 Views
I got real tired of paying $1.50 for a pair of duBro control I made 36 of them for less than $1.00
Posted by Calypso6858 | Oct 22, 2021 @ 01:12 AM | 9,986 Views
Convair XC-99: Pretty much the opposite end of the spektrum from the Monsted-Vincent MV-1 Starflight, the XC-99 was an example of adapting bomber designs for cargo use. This time well after the war.

The XC-99 was developed in 1947 using the parts bin of the B-36 Peacemaker. The XC-99 was actually the largest piston landplane ever built. The 230ft long wing and tail feathers were directly borrowed from the B-36 and were bolted to an all new fuselage. It was designed to carry 100,000lbs of cargo or up to 400 troops on it’s two decks.The 135,000lb (empty) airplane was powered by six 3,500hp Pratt & Whitney R-4360s in pusher configuration.

The XC-99 had one of the wildest landing gears of any airplane ever. It’s single main tires were almost 10 feet tall. They proved to be problematic and were eventually replaced with the same truck style system that the later B-36s had.

The one and only XC-99 was actually drawn up long before the B-36 even flew. With delays in the B-36 project the XC-99 got pushed back several years and didn’t fly until the end of 1947. The military decided that they didn’t have any use for such a big airplane but they continued to use the prototype for moving pieces of the B-36. It flew until 1957 mostly inside the US.

Amazingly, the XC-99 actually still exists. It was flown to Kelly AFB in 1957 and parked for display. It stayed there until the base was closed and in 2008 it was moved in pieces to the Air Force museum. Currently it is in...Continue Reading
Posted by Larry J. | Oct 22, 2021 @ 12:18 AM | 10,139 Views
I'm building this: (Pic1)

Item No:CY8109
Wingspan:3200 mm (126 in)
Wingarea:128.4 dm2 (1990
Length:2165 mm(85.2 in)
Engine:20-30 cc gas engine (a pair)

To look like this ... (Pic2)

To fly like this with twin 50/60CC electrics

He's using twin DLE 55 gas motors

Ryan Evans Cessna 310 Flight (3 min 7 sec)

Full size on approach:

Cessna 310R PT-LQY landing at SBBH/PLU (3 min 44 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by GEMFAN ts | Oct 21, 2021 @ 10:17 PM | 10,727 Views
Hurricane 51466 MCK V2 by Gemfanhobby!
20% more durable, improved design and faster than ever!
After a long time of R&D and testing work with MinChan Kim, we present to you our new racing flagship; stronger, and higher speed on full throttle, science and technology for the best racing pilots!