Posted by kopterheld | Today @ 10:11 AM | 143 Views

The Nazgul5 is a very good freestyle drone that flies smooth as butter with 4S or 6S battery. The Stack is with F4 FC and 45A ESC's. The video transmitter is 25-600mW and at the front is the good CADDX Ratel FPV camera. The iFlight Xing-E 2207 2750KV motors are great even though they are entry-level motors.
6S - Coupon: BGnazgul
4S - Coupon: BGnazgul
oder 10% Coupon auf alles: BGBFAFF2019

Very good propellers are the HQProp Ethix S3 DP5.1X3.1X3
Amazon -
Banggood -

Runcam 5
Amazon -
Coupon: BGBFAFF2019 -
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Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 09:52 AM | 153 Views
Compact Fpv antenna, suits perfect my Fatshark Attitude 4. 2.5dbi, sufficient in most cases.
Foxeer 5.8G Lollipop 3 Stubby Omni FPV Antenna (1 min 22 sec)

Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 09:51 AM | 155 Views
This one looks fresh!
Gain: 10dBi
Frequency Range: 5300-6000MHz
Beam Width: 90
Dimension: 40x40x5.2mm
Connector: SMA Male
Furious FPV Poker Chip FPV Antenna (1 min 28 sec)

Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 09:50 AM | 156 Views
SMA Male To SMA Female to get the right angle for my FPV antennas on my Fatshark Attitude V5 goggles.
SMA Male To SMA Female 90° and 45° adapter (1 min 16 sec)

Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 09:49 AM | 156 Views
Tiny but mighty! Checking Runcam's Nano 2 on a toothpick.
Image Sensor: 1/3" CMOS
Horizontal Resolution: 700TVL
Lens: 2.1mm(M8) FOV 155 1.8mm (M8) FOV 170
Signal System: NTSC / PAL
Current : [email protected] [email protected]
Housing Material: ABS
Net Weight: 3.2g
Runcam Nano 2 (1 min 16 sec)

Posted by unboxingexp | Today @ 09:48 AM | 158 Views
Here is comparison of video footage from Happymodel's Diamond VTX with DVR versus Fatshark's DVR on its Attitude V5. I definitely prefer the onboard footage...
Fatshark DVR vs onboard DVR (1 min 35 sec)

Posted by GroundControlRC | Today @ 08:59 AM | 162 Views

DustOff #7 - Glue & Fly Series F22 Micro V2 - 3S LIPO Fun Flight ;-)

Here is a link to the Video:

#GroundControlRC #GlueAndFly #ScratchBuildPlanes #F22Micro

After several morning trips out to the area where I fly I finally had 5-6mph wind wihtout too much gust ;-)
Let's blow some Dust Off!

The skill level needed for this Parkjet is Intermediate to Advanced.
Intermediate setup is a 2S Power System with 10 points more Dual-Rate than on a 3S Setup.
Advanced setup is a 3S Power System.
It's very docile on a 2S Power System, Fast & Acrobatic with a 3S Power System.

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You're going to love it ;-)

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Posted by old4570 | Today @ 08:33 AM | 178 Views
The motor only just bolts up to the test stand .

1s tests , I record thrust VIA the stand and RPM VIA the GT power tach .
2s tests are through the stand ...

I started with the smallest prop that would bolt to the motor , my 65mm prop .

1s - 65mm - 24,600 rpm for 42 grams of thrust
2s - 65mm - 36,000+ rpm for 108 grams of thrust ( motor is getting warm , but not so much as to burn ) 6.7A / 51W

The data sheet shows a 3020 prop

1s - 3020 - 19,000+ rpm for 46 grams of thrust
2s - 3020 - I was very gentle in adding power to see if the motor would cook ..
Around 2A the motor was starting to really warm up ...
I got brave and pushed the motor to 5A for only about two seconds and the motor got finger burning hot ...
No I didn't kill the motor , it lives !
But obviously 3020 is just too much for this motor with 2s ... ( I had to try as it's on the data sheet )
I would run that little 65mm prop 2s , or maybe a smaller 3 blade .. ( dont have any right now ) ...

Wow , 108 grams of thrust for a small 0905 ... Even 1s was not horrible ..
Posted by PittSpecial | Today @ 07:42 AM | 194 Views

To see the First Blog Post of this subject then, please go to:

UPDATE: (The KIT has been fully Assembled - FINISHED)

I have performed Weigh-In sessions and taken pictures of just the Dummy Engine "Hollow" Bust in two (2) configurations on the Digital Scale (oz.).

The first is including everything that came in the KIT and I assembled using and following 95% of the supplied instructions from Peter.

The other is leaving OUT the Metal Bolts & Nuts that came with the KIT and the Exhaust Pipe.
(Going to use Tie-Wraps to secure Engine Bust onto the Green three-point mount for weight savings!)

I have also included High Resolution "CLOSE-UP" Pictures of this KIT that was kindly shipped by Peter so, you can see the excellent results using the GORILLA "CLEAR" Glue. This Glue doesn't seem to have added any weight and the Title saying it is "CLEAR" is exactly that because you just can NOT see any residue of Glue anywhere!

Okay, the pictures showing what you have been waiting for (Sort of........).

Oh, as far as the mounting, I have a surprise in store and it will be my favorite thing I do with these models.

Stay Tuned!

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Posted by kopterheld | Today @ 06:39 AM | 264 Views

The iFlight Titan DC5 is a 5 inch FPV freestyle drone with 222mm. The special thing about the drone is that it has the DJI Air Unit and can be flown with the DJI Digital goggles. The video image is digitally transmitted at 720p 120 frames per second to the goggles. At the same time, the video can be recorded in HD with 1080p 60 frames per second on the drone on a micro SD card. So you really do not need a GoPro camera anymore.

iFlight Titan DC5
6S - Coupon: BGBFAFF2019
4S Version -

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Posted by phyngineer | Today @ 04:14 AM | 352 Views
Recently, Guangdong Power Grid Corporation Foshan Sanshui Power Supply Bureau completed the automatic cruise refinement inspection of all 10 kV overhead lines of Nanshan Power Supply Station and has applied refined routes to carry out daily inspections of double-light drones. Nanshan Power Supply Co., Ltd. became the first power supply company of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation to take the lead in realizing the full coverage of multi-sensor automatic cruise. At the same time, it also marks that the UAV has taken a new step in the application level of the distribution network and the level of refined inspection of the equipment.

Using the refined route to carry out "double light" drone automatic cruise

At the beginning of this year, the Guangdong Power Grid Company's aircraft patrol center selected Foshan Sanshui Power Supply Bureau as one of the pilot units for the patrol demonstration application of the drone. The bureau adopted the strategy of first pilot, post-standardization, re-copy, and promotion, and first selected Nanshan Power Supply as a pilot. The power supply area of ​​Nanshan Power Supply Station is 133 square kilometers, and there are 26 10 kilovolt lines in the power supply area. The total length of the line is 284.97 kilometers. The terrain and geology of the area are complex, the gully is vertical and horizontal, and the forest coverage rate is as high as 59%, which is a typical representative.

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Posted by JENNIFERZHOU | Today @ 03:59 AM | 365 Views
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Posted by DoubleEagle | Today @ 12:19 AM | 647 Views
Remote Control Speed Racer Car | Double E E325 Racer (0 min 59 sec)

Double Eagle Remote Control Toy Series
Posted by sanukiudon | Yesterday @ 09:09 PM | 962 Views
Posted by Reckless_fpv | Yesterday @ 06:32 PM | 1,191 Views
Posted by Cox PT-19 | Yesterday @ 04:35 PM | 1,259 Views
Thanks to the extreme generosity of one of my flying buds over on the Cox Engine Forum, my currently un-throttled Carl Goldberg "Ranger 42" will be cruising next summer's S.M.A.L.L. Skys behind a vintage "barrel throttle" Medallion .049.

Medallions are sort of an "interim" engine between the good-natured reedies and high-compression Tee Dee engines, and like the Tee Dees, are beam-mounted and will only run in one direction.

The Ranger presently has a Medallion .049 that runs wide open 'till it's fuel is gone and then glides in for a landing. This engine will allow low/slow passes down the flightline, along with the option to land at will (flying bud Tony will once again be asked to step up for these as I shoot some video/photos of the moment!).

Gonna be a fun summer!
Thanks Rene !!!!!!
Posted by SavageX89 | Yesterday @ 04:06 PM | 1,257 Views
Good news and bad news.

Lets go bad first, its a shorter story. My company got a new large format scanner/copier/printer recently. Sadly, we also got a new IT company recently, and they can be a little slow to set up necessary equipment and systems for us.
With that said, I was unable to scan the plans into the computer for digital sharing and such. much sadness. When the IT company gets around to PROPERLY setting up the scanner, I'll have those available. I've already met a few people here that are looking for those plans. If anyone reading this need plans for this kit, feel free to send me a DM.

Now on to the good news! The copier portion of this crazy thing works just fine! My boss helped me break out the 36" roll of paper and we were able to make full scale copies of the plans! After a little bit of trial and error, I now have 3 copies of the fuselage assembly and 2 copies of the wing assembly. This is perfect, as I'll be able to take it home, lay it out, and make any modifications I want without ruining the originals.
I will be copying any kit plans from now on. This is a huge benefit and really relives the stress of working directly on the original plans.

Looking over the plans as is, I know there are a few changes to the original design that I want to make.

First desired change: GoPro mount inside the cockpit for a "Pilot POV". I have the Hero Session 5 and it will fit perfectly within the cockpit and provide an epic view (IMO).

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Posted by Cox PT-19 | Yesterday @ 12:36 PM | 1,602 Views
Parts of an article by Don McGovern from his "All Wet" column in the August 1968 issue of Flying Models.

Mr. McGovern was, and is still, one of my Model Airplane Heroes, and descriptive writings of his many seaplane adventures in the briny backwaters of New Jersey created images in my mind that exist to this day.

This is one of my favorites because of the bunch of photos included.
Posted by unboxingexp | Yesterday @ 12:06 PM | 1,591 Views
Diatone Mamba F405 MKii (2 min 2 sec)

For my budget TBS Source one build:
Mamba F405 FC
Item name: F405 Betaflight Flight Controller
Input power: 12.6-25V (3-6S)
BEC: 5V/1.5A
MCU: STM32F405
Gyro: MPU6000
Flash: 16MB
OSD: AT7456
Mounting hole: 30.5*30.5mm
Weight: 6g
Posted by UnknownForces RC | Yesterday @ 11:37 AM | 1,596 Views
Center gearbox of the Ghost Rabbit GR1 (0 min 17 sec)

The internal structure of the center gearbox of the Ghost Rabbit GR1 has been designed to make disassembly and maintenance as easy as possible.
The modular design allows for working on the internal components without the hassle of pulling all gears, shafts and bearings apart.