Posted by rchrist | Today @ 07:43 PM | 399 Views
Like many, I just received a RadioMaster T16s a day ago - Second or Third batch, IDK. After having a first gen. Jumper T16 for awhile there's no real learning curve for me. Two or three of the buttons function are different and it only took a few minutes to grasp the changes. In less than a half hour, I had a model setup for the XK boards. The same model was duplicated for all with little changes made after assigning each model to a xk heli. I did it without opentx software - haven't connected via usb as yet. Got the amber sound pack and images to put on it and yet to back up the files on the micro card.

I had to open the RM t16s twice to mod the gimbals from left throttle to right throttle - so easy, I just smile. Then, I open it again to en-large the holes in the grid over the speaker that increased the sound output, again easy to do. I'm using the lipo from my jumper t16 for now and will try/use the 18650 li-ion later. I don't like the charging port at the bottom and looking to relocate it to the back. The side grips are different, so, will have to get use to a different grip.

I played around with both my modded k110s and my modded k130. Didn't felt much different than the jumper t16 and i'm not jumping up and down with excitement as it's not to much different than the jumper t16. My jumper t16 is the first gen and started having ribbon issues with a switch and the speaker sound. After fixing the sound three times, I left it without voice. So good to have voice again with the RM T16s. Already got a model for my fx070cp and will play with that soon.

Was it worth the 2 months wait and 130 usd. Yep...
Posted by rclad | Today @ 05:21 PM | 569 Views
Monty Python's Life of Brian ends with a happy tune: "Look at the bright side of life." There's even a cheery whistle. Now that I got my Black Magic pattern plane back in the air today, I can see the bright side of the tail damage done last week.

What made the recent grounding of my only pattern plane a bit gloomy is the upcoming contest next week. The only way I could continue practicing for the event was to fly my big 104" Extra 300. I had to set it up to respond very similarly to the pattern plane, so the transition back would not be hard. One of the items I changed was a new Flight Mode (FM3) to make the entry into the spin a bit easier. I could now make multiple changes to the control response with one switch. It worked great, but I forgot I had not copied the settings over to the pattern plane.

I got a big surprise today when I flipped to Mode 3 for the spin with my newly repaired pattern plane. There was no throttle control, no aileron, and the elevator went to 100% - full rate with little expo. I ended up snap rolling the plane into a spin. I regained control by switching back to Normal Mode.

I got the plane back on the runway and immediately found the error, then added the settings for the spin mode. The next flight went much smoother when I switched to the new Mode 3. No surprises!

Anyway, the new gear sets have been installed in the old Futaba S9650 servos that control both halves of the elevator. Although only one servo was damaged, I replaced the gears in both servos, since they were well worn. In the process of installing the refurbished servos I found one of the nylon brackets on a control horn had gotten worn and allowed too much free movement of the elevator. That also got replaced. Now, no more slop!

So, look at the bright side of life!
Posted by Thomas B. | Today @ 05:10 PM | 549 Views
Next free Download Plan.
MiniManta Speeder U 250g (2 min 12 sec)

Posted by Knoll53 | Today @ 03:48 PM | 614 Views
I am moving and must sell my 2nd car. It has been a great sports car for me over the past 2 years. Low Mileage. Well cared for. No accidents. In very good condition. The Sports Package has many upgrades to wheels, brakes and suspension. Automatic trans with manual mode and Paddle shifters. Leather interior in very good condition. Rear seats fold down for a large cargo area. Clean title, registration current, current smog certificate and owners manual. Ready to go. Call to set up a time to come by to see and test drive.
Make me an offer.

2010 INFINITI G37 Sport Coupe 2 Door
Drive: RWD
Transmission: , 7-Speed Automatic with Manual Shift
Engine: 3.7L V6 DOHC 24V
Exterior color: INFINITI Graphite Shadow
Interior color: Graphite
mileage: 71,522

Premium Pkg
Sport Pkg
Sport Suspension
Traction Control
Vehicle Dynamic Control
ABS (4-Wheel)
Anti-Theft System
Keyless Entry
Keyless Start
Air Conditioning
Power Windows
Power Door Locks
Cruise Control
Power Steering
Tilt & Telescoping Wheel
Metal accent pedals
AM/FM Stereo
Bose Premium Sound
XM Satellite
Navigation System
Bluetooth Wireless
Parking Sensors
Backup Camera
Dual Air Bags
Side Air Bags
F&R Head Curtain Air Bags
Heated Seats
Dual Power Seats
Leather interior
Power Moon Roof
Bi-HID Headlamps
19" Premium Alloy Wheels
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Posted by evildomain | Today @ 01:39 PM | 778 Views
Some pics of my Armattan Chameleon Ti with T-MOTOR F60 Pro II motors.
Posted by Blaze0021 | Today @ 12:51 PM | 875 Views
The Maiden Flight of my Parkzone F-27Q Stryker 943mm BNF (New / Old Stock) was a success!

Parkzone F-27Q Stryker 943mm BNF (New / Old Stock) Golden Hour Maiden Flight (4 min 39 sec)

I was fortunate enough to win this rare item on eBay a week ago. When I first saw this model 7 years ago at my local hobby shop, I was only a beginner, flying a Hobbyzone Champ, wishing I had the skills to fly it. I had passed it up at the time and had regretted it ever since. 7 years later, I came across this new / old stock on eBay and couldn't pass up the chance to have it in my fleet. And what an awesome 4-Channel wing this is! This flight goes through testing some of the basic maneuvers as well as knife edges, an inverted flat spin, and the boomerang.


1) Switched out the ESC EC3 connector to Deans.
2) Added satin tape to exposed leading edge of main wings.
3) Applied 2 spray coats of Minwax Satin-Finish Polycrylic.

Equipment, Setup, and Programming:

1) Transmitter - Spektrum DX8 (G2)
2) Receiver - Lemon LM0033 DSMX 7-Ch Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
3) Gains - Aileron 8:30, Elevator 8:45, Rudder 8:45
4) DX8 Master Gain - Set to +3
5) Rates - Aileron 78% with 50% Expo, Elevator 80% with 48% Expo, Rudder 65% with 15% Expo
6) Lipo - Pulse 3S 2250mAh 45C (186 grams)
7) Prop Brake - Enabled
8) Mix - Throttle to Aileron Rate Set to -2% with an 85% Offset (to help counter the natural tendency of the subtle left roll while under throttle).
9) Throttle Timer - Set to 4 Minutes.
10) Hand Launch Throttle - 70%

Camera / Phone: Shot with an iPhone 11.
Cameraman: Robert "Doc" Mickelsen
Location: Mountain Vista High School
Music: A Beautiful Song - Nier: Automata Soundtrack
Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 11:11 AM | 947 Views
Halloa peoples!

so yeahh.. another sale or what? No surprice eventhough the Covid party did end up slowing down the slurry of sales
And is it then even interesting to have a look at this years Summer sale? As always a lot of price cuts aren't Really price cuts but it can pay off to check if your wish-list items have actually dropped in price

Bought me a Car & Helicopter in Banggood's Summer Prime Sale :D (11 min 49 sec)

Posted by GroundControlRC | Today @ 09:39 AM | 1,090 Views

DustOff #7 & #8 - Volantex V765-2 Super Cub 750mm PNF - This is a Great Little Super Cub!

Volantex Super Cub V765-2 750mm RTF with Gyro

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This was one of my first Traditional Planes and is still one of my Favorites ;-)
It has plenty of power with the 2S Power System, it's very durable, and very fun to fly.

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Posted by Helen_AGFrc | Today @ 02:02 AM | 1,893 Views
Hello, I am happy to bring you our new products, the waterproof low profile servo!

It is A50CHMW, the coreless waterproof servo with 18kg torque and 0.11s speed @8.4V.

Great for your RC Drifting Cars!


High performance Low Profile digital servo
High precision steel gear
High quality coreless motor
Dual ball bearing
Aluminium top and middium part


Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4 V

Operating speed: 0.13sec/60° @ 6.0V
Operating speed: 0.12sec/60° @ 7.4V
Operating speed: 0.11sec/60° @ 8.4V

Stall Torque: 13 kg-cm (181 oz-in) @ 6.0V
Stall Torque: 16 kg-cm (222 oz-in) @ 7.4V
Stall Torque: 18 kg-cm (250 oz-in) @ 8.4V

Gear: Steel
Motor : CLS
Size: 40.8*20.2*26.1mm (1.60 x 0.79 x 1.02 in)
Weight: 51g
Connector Wire: JR 180 mm

Ideal for 1/10, 1/8 on road, off road, truck & plane

The Retail price for the A50CHMW is 54.99US$/PC! Very fair price with Good quality!

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Posted by Mandy Chen | Today @ 12:40 AM | 2,053 Views
BrotherHobby Land Snail 930 E-Skateboard

Are you ready?
Start a new adventure with our E-Skateboard

One piece carbon fiber, max load is 230KG.

CNC Trucks, 0.01mm tolerance, accurate without any play.

Professionally damping system designed for the common load use, with tension suspension and 50A rubber tires filtering the vibration to protect the feet not be benumbed.
Posted by Amanda BH | Yesterday @ 08:48 PM | 2,391 Views
VY 2004 MOTOR setup suggestions with 14.9g Ultralight weight.
Best for Sub-250g 5'' build on 4-6S.
It should be the biggest motor for Sub-250g 5'' build on 4-6S.
Like 3'' build,it is 5'' power
Posted by | Yesterday @ 07:20 PM | 2,873 Views
Here is my install guide and review for some of the metal parts for the WL Toys 144001.

I've written about why I chose the parts I did, why I avoided the ones I did and which other parts I'd consider.

A full install guide with pictures is there too.

Posted by Cocg | Yesterday @ 06:37 PM | 2,898 Views
.....Than last entry .!! Should update but I'm not one to talk about myself...
I'll write: Lately I've been selling off some stuff previously posted here.. Been into the EDF Jet thing lately with a number of additions.. Whole new ballgame ..!! A4, A6, F4, F104, F86, F16 x 2, F 15, F 18.. 737, 787, A330, A320, A380..!!!
Posted by PittSpecial | Yesterday @ 01:32 PM | 3,826 Views
Hello good people,

Just sharing some experience with swapping over a good frontal bearing from a spare motor to my favorite motor that developed an issue with it's Frontal Motor Bearing. The spare motor was actually on this recently acquired Park Zone T-28 Trojan with retracts and noticed that my Batteries were coming a little warm, usually they come down luke warm. Please NOTE that the motor that came with this recently acquired Trojan did NOT have the Bad Frontal Motor Bearing issue.

Took apart both motors and with a little planning and caution, the parts were secured carefully. Both motor frontal bearings were taken out by lightly tapping them out with a wooded dowel and tested the bad bearing on the rotation bell of one motor and sure enough it made a rattle of a noise. (Video).

Swapped the good frontal bearing to my favorite (Stator) Park Zone 480 motor that always gives good performance and low AMP draw using the Master Airscrew 10 X 7 X 3. Static testing after putting together the flight motor yielded very good power:

EDIT: I found a good article about Brushless Motors at:

FULL THROTTLE: 183 WATTs / 17.3 AMPs / 10.7 Volts

On Tuesday (07-07-2020), I flew this recently acquired PZ Trojan from a local friend and it performed very well with very good airspeed but, again the batteries seemed to come down a little warmer than expected. I do hope that using my favorite Stator (Motor) would give better...Continue Reading
Posted by Velaccio | Yesterday @ 12:45 PM | 3,848 Views
Hello, I am selling a brand new SonicModell Binary with landing gear and navigation lights . All the stuff has been only unboxed and I ship everywhere from Italy. The price is 150,00 euros.
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 05:00 AM | 5,270 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Pas mal du tout, mis à part ... J'attendais impatiemment de tester ce nouveau cru de chez Eachine, le LAL 5STYLE ! Épurer niveau caméra avec le remplacement de la Tarsier par la Ratel, cette nouvelle version n'a pourtant rien à envier à son prédécesseur. Un bon châssis, bien équipé niveau électronique et une belle finition, le LAL 5STYLE comblera les amateurs de freestyle que ce soit en version 4S qu'en 6S. Quelques petits défauts à régler malgré tout ; Les hélices sont très mal équilibrées et devront être changées, la lipo à installée en-dessous pour plus de confort selon moi et enfin, j'aurais aimé des tubes d'antenne plus long ainsi qu'une XT60 noire... Passé ces petits détail, cet engin reste d'un excellent rapport qualité prix ! En bref, si vous cherchez un 5 pouces bien équipé pour 150€, ne cherchez plus, vous allez adoré, mais changez les hélices !!! Bon Film et merci à tous pour votre soutien .

Eachine LAL 5STYLE - Review Test Démo - Les hélices .. Poubelle ! lol (45 min 14 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17.5/20 Très bon rapport qualité prix malgré tout !

Niveau : Amateurs
Les + : Bien équipé, Belles finitions, Bien réglé sortie de boite, Résistant, Autonomie correcte, Agréable à piloter, Puissant ...
Les - : Hélices à jeter ! Tubes d'antenne à rallonger, XT60 jaune (beurk ! lol), Fixation Lollipop à vérifier.

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

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Posted by rsilk | Yesterday @ 03:56 AM | 5,309 Views
The stock ESC that comes with the ZOHD Dart 250g (and probably other ZOHD models), was proving hard to calibrate until I understood the reason.

If the zero throttle position is not captured within 3 seconds of applying battery power to the ESC, it will enter "programming mode" and an endless loop of beeps!

This means you need to zero the throttle immediately (within 1 second) after the 2 initial short "beep-beep" tones. The "manual" implies that you have 3 seconds after the 2 initial "beep-beep" before it enters programming mode. You don't, you have 1 second only.

This will be true if you calibrate via iNav (Outputs tab), or a PWM receiver.
Posted by jmxp69 | Yesterday @ 02:58 AM | 5,527 Views
Not much to say on putting this plane together. A monkey could do it:

FMS PC 21 Pilatus RC Plane Build Review and Maiden Flight (12 min 10 sec)