Posted by Yowoo Linda | Today @ 09:04 PM | 62 Views
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Posted by Anmars73 | Today @ 08:50 PM | 85 Views
I got a cheap HSP Xstr pro roller off farcebook market place.

Original plan was to use the old brushed motor and ESC combo from my other Xstr buggies that have been upgraded to brushless,
but I couldn't resist and bought a cheap 4370kv brushless motor and 60 amp ESC combo
Posted by kopterheld | Today @ 08:44 PM | 61 Views

Get the HX100 fromAmazon or from BetaFPV
Get 10% BetaFPV Site Coupon here -
I am very satisfied with the HX100.
100mm carbon fiber frame, weight: 44g, 1103 8000KV motors, 65mm and 48mm propellers, F4 FC with 2-4S 12A and the good Runcam Nano2.
He flies perfectly and you get all the spare parts shipped quickly at Amazon DE. The HX100 is really fast which I would recommend to experienced pilots. For the FPV entry I still recommend a Tiny Whoop like Eachine Trashcan or Beta75X 3S or the new Beta85 Pro 2.

Pic 1,2 - The video antenna is placed upwards. Here's a little hole in the camera canopy

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Posted by dkpatt | Today @ 06:32 PM | 137 Views
Have a new fusion 270 that does not want to behave. Out the box it was not responding well (I am new to RC helicopters), so stopped rotor checked all controls response and they are correct. Checked swash but cannot gauge with eye. Purchased swash leveling tool (one with three legs on the drive shaft) and set all links to have a so called level swash. Tested blade angels and am confused. Level swash, but on rotation of blades the blade angel changes. At 12 o clock i set front blade to zero, then turn head to 3 o clock, the setting changes to 3.4 degrees, then turn to 6 o clock and the setting goes back to almost zero sometimes positive 0.3 or negative 0 .1, then turn to 9 o clock and angle changes to 2.4? Back to 12 o clock and the setting is almost zero again. What gives. Have tried to level the helicopter as best i can have tried to make shaft perfectly vertical, but this does not make sense. Have tried to recheck and recheck but each time get funny results. Have corrected follower arm and made them level as well. Anyone got some ideas. Still have not flown but at this rate looks like i will end up flying it and then rebuilding because this thing is not going to respond well in the air. Will probably get someone experienced to fly it first. Any help welcomed.
Posted by DismayingObservation | Today @ 05:35 PM | 185 Views
Yep. Another orphan followed me home a couple of weeks ago, but it isn't a basket case.

It's a brand new, plan-built model done by my friend, Buzz Waltz. Buzz, if you'll review my previous entries, used to be a kit designer and manufacturer who gave me a beautiful, one-off prototype called The Sparrow.

The new model is the Dragon Fly, a large, gas-powered free flight design from 1936 adapted for three-channel RC. Buzz built it for electric power with a pull-pull rudder and the workmanship is beyond incredible. Wings and tail are covered, but the fuselage is bare, planked wood.

It'll soon get a light coat of water-based Varathane for a more finished look. Callie Soden at has a Golden Age air racer decal scheme in mind which I hope to get soon.

Here are the plans:
Posted by | Today @ 04:44 PM | 201 Views
If you have bought the Fatshark attitude V5 or are using the new 18650 battery pack and want a proper balance lead to balance charge, here is how you go about doing it:

Posted by SKYPILEIT | Today @ 02:06 PM | 302 Views
I should add pics more often, just a few local planes & a local couple enjoying our Tuesday night fun-flys.

Richard with his big Corsair on 6s.
Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 11:14 AM | 335 Views
N20 DC Gear Motor (1 min 7 sec)

Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 09:05 AM | 499 Views
Halloa people

sooo yes.. allmost unbelievable but here is another build project from me.. I've been working (selecting parts etc) on this one for several months....
I am in the process of replacing my 4S (GepRC KHX5 Elegant) freestyle quads with fresh 6S versions in this thread I'll show you the "Why & How" of this project...

I'm actually going to start this story with 2 first flight tests!
Later on I'll tell you what parts I used and WHY I chose those......

DutchRC RIPLEY - Ultimate 6S Freestyle FPV Quad - P1: Test Flights (14 min 4 sec)

Parts list:

Frame: Speedybee 5" 225mm

Stack: Diatone Mamba F722S + 6S 4-in-1 Dshot1200 ESC

Motors v1: iFlight Xing 2207 1800kv

Motors v2: Racerstar SIC 2207 1888kv

Props: Gemfan Windancer 5043

FPV camera: Runcam Racer 2 black 2.1mm

FPV transmitter: Rush Tank VTX

Control receiver: FrSky R9mm

The lipo's I'll use: Gaoneng GNB 1100mah 6S 130C
Posted by GroundControlRC | Today @ 07:53 AM | 413 Views

Here is a link to the Video:

Well, I have this Parkjet repaired and Trimmed out after a component failure caused a crash.
The repairs have worked out well and it seems to fly as well as it did before the crash ;-)
Let's blow some Dust Off!

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The skill level needed for this Parkjet is Intermediate to Advanced.
It's fast, acrobatic, and looks great in the air.

Here are links to the components:

Racerstar BR2406S Green Edition 2600KV 2-4S Brushless Motor

Racerstar RS30A Lite 30A Blheli_S BB1 2-4S Brushless OPTO ESC (Converted | Primary)

DC-DC Converter Step Down Module UBEC 3A 5V (5V Version needed for Conversion of OPTO ESC)

Favourite FVT Swallow Series 30A 2-4S Brushless ESC With 5V 3A BEC For RC Airplane (Alternate)

***You need a receiver to match your transmitter protocol (this receiver matches my transmitter protocol - DSM2/DSMX)
iRangeX RM601 2.4G 7CH Micro DSM2 DSMX Compatible Receiver With PPM Output - with pin

KMP 6030 6X3E High Efficiency Propeller

GOTECK GS-9018C Brush Micro Servo 9g

Gaoneng GNB 11.1V 1300mAh 3S 40C XT60 Plug Lipo Battery for FPV RC Drone

Gens Tattu 11.1V 1300mAh 45C 3S1P Lipo Battery With XT60 Plug For RC FPV

Turnigy Nano-Tech 1000mAh 3S 40C Lipo Pack w/XT60 (Primary)

Turnigy Nano-Tech Plus 1000mAh 3S 70C Lipo Pack w/XT60 (Alternate)

See you in the Air!

Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Rinse & Repeat!

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Posted by Bill M - RC | Today @ 06:59 AM | 934 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

Emax Babyhawk R Pro 4 review. This Emax Babyhawk R Pro 4 review tests the 2.8 pitch propellers on race gates and freestyle,....fasten your seat belt and enjoy the ride with Chris.

You can get this Emax BabyHawk R PRO 4 Mini Magnum III F4 4 Inch 3-6S FPV Racing Drone BNF here:

15% off coupon: BGHawkRPRO
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Emax Babyhawk R Pro 4 review - 2.8 pitch prop test (6 min 12 sec)

Posted by Martin Zhuang | Today @ 04:00 AM | 495 Views
HGLRC FD413-VTX STACK 16x16 2-4S F411 Flight Controller 13A BLS 4in1 ESC VTX 400mW

Usage: for 60mm-180mm Frame Kit
Weight: 10.8g

HGLRC Forward FD411 Flight Controller
Item Name:FD411 Flight Controller
Black Box: NO
Input Voltage: 2-4S Lipo
Built-in Betaflight OSD to adjust PID
BEC Output: 5V 2A
Size: 21x21mm
Installing Hole: 16x16mm, M2
Support SBUS/PPM/DSMX/iBUS receiver

HGLRC Forward FD13A 4in1 BLS 2-4S ESC
Item Name: FD13A 4in1 2-4S ESC
Input Voltage: 2-4S Lipo
Constant Current: 13A
Peak Current: 15A(5S)
BEC Ouput: NO
Size: 23x24mm
Installing Hole: 16x16mm, M2
Weight: 3.2g
Support Damped Mode:DSHOT600/300/150/Oneshot125/42,MultiShot,PWM

HGLRC FD VTX Micro 400mW
Item Name: FD VTX Micro
Output Power: PIT/25mW/100mW/200mW/400mW Switchable
Input Voltage: DC 5V
Installing Hole: 16x16mm, M2
Size: 20x20mm
Antenna: IPEX
Weight: 1.5g

Package Included:
1x FD411 Flight Controller
1x FD13A 4in1 BLS ESC
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Posted by Catherine Chen | Today @ 12:48 AM | 539 Views
EC3 power multi connectors

This EC3 multi connector set is our latest new product. You can use this to any batteries with EC3 connectors and convert it to the mostly used four kinds of other connectors. That is 60, Deans, Tamiya , and Traxxsass. With this powerful function, they made from Nylon. And the connector part is a finished one.

Any question,Please feel free to contact me. Thank you! ~
Posted by mechmove | Yesterday @ 11:38 PM | 558 Views
This is a fast 1-day trip for anyone residing in So Cal. The terrain is so unusual, its as if you are in another country:

Of interest special here, on the other side of the island is Inspiration Point, about a 30/45 -minute walk from the port of entry. This is the million dollar view of other inaccessible islands due to very steep terrain. (Hint, bring your own small folding-chair it will make you stay on the island much more enjoyable). As I was enjoying the view from Inspiration Point, numerous birds were soaring the cliffs. As the sky cleared and the sun started heating the dark volcanic surfaces, the rising heat with sea breeze resulted in more and more of these creatures enjoying what they do best. (And here I am in hot So Cal with a motor, the birds must be laughing).

At one point, the birds headed straight for me with so much speed, they didnt even need to flap their wings. Its worth visiting this island, only need 1 day to do it!