Posted by old4570 | Jun 10, 2019 @ 05:42 PM | 1,315 Views
1) My 1.5 meter DLG from China ( Ebay Purchase ) is ready for Chucking
2) The R4 has begun , and the wing is made from 3mm Depron sheet much like the R3 . Only this time the span is around 700mm and there is a carbon ( spar ) , so it can be a true DLG
3) The weather still blows ( it's windy and at times raining ) Blue sky as I look out the window , but another windy day ( Yesterday was gale force )
4) My car stopped working for a week , I thought the fuel pump had died , but the car had simply flooded . And it took over 30 minutes to get it started with roadside assist here with a heavy duty jump starter .
5) I did buy another 1.5 meter DLG which arrived during the week . ( It was a un used kit - not sure how many years old - but the price was right ) Amazing how people want top $$ for old damaged gliders . ( That DLG shortage in Oz )
6) Ordered a kit from GB , they sure have jerked me around with it . Once I get my refund , ill just have to buy the kit from a Ebay seller .

Hopefully today , I will find the time and inclination to sand the R4 wing , then glass the middle ( join ) and iron on some 10 thou laminating film . Once the wing is completed I can start on the tail / boom / fuse . ( Yeah , that's sort of the order I do on a new build ) = R4 wing in more detail !
Posted by rcheli168 | Jun 10, 2019 @ 04:22 AM | 874 Views
2019 Aomway HD588 V2 10 Inch 5.8G 64CH Diversity FPV HD Monitor 1920 x1200 with DVR Build in Battery For RC drone

Aomway HD588 V2 10 Inch 5.8G 64CH Diversity FPV HD Monitor 1920 x1200 with DVR Build in Battery For RC drone
Product Details
Brand Name: Aomway
Item Name: HD588 Monitor
Frequency: 5.8G 64CH
NTSC/PAL auto selection
Display: 1920 x1200p full HD
FOV: horizontal 85/85(Left/Right),vertical 85/85(Up/Down)
DVR Resolution: 1280*720P
Recording: auto save
Latency : 90ms
LED backlight
Sensitivity: 95dBm
Brightness: 450cd/m2
Auto brightness:yes
RF receiver switch:OFF/ON/L/R
Spectrum analysis:Yes
Contrast: 1000 CR
image rotation:360
Power consumption ≤ 9W.
Wide Voltage : 8~28V
Input Voltage: 12V 2A
Charger: 15V 2A
Build in Battery: 2400mah Li-ion battery
Working Time: about 100mins
Dimensions: 246 x 172 x 20mm.
Operating Language: 8 different languages
USB for multimedia displayer and firmware upgrade.
Standard 3.5mm AV in /AV out port.
Standard 5.5*2.1mm DC in and DC out port.
Support 1080p HDMI in display.
Support Max. 64G TF card.
OSD menu: Voltage, Channel, RSSI, Battery Status.
Item Packing
Monitor x 1
Antenna x 2
Charger x 1
AV Cable x 2
User Manual x 1
Posted by UnknownForces RC | Jun 10, 2019 @ 01:01 AM | 933 Views
Ultimate Forces RC GX1 Version 2 REVEALED! (9 min 51 sec)

this is a testing video about our "GX1 Version 2" made by one of our vendors.
Posted by wattechighland | Jun 09, 2019 @ 11:44 PM | 1,127 Views
メンテやバッテリー交換で上下ハルは頻繁に脱着するので上下舵のズレを吸収修正してくれるよう に考えた。
ニチモ 伊19 上下縦舵の連動 (1 min 21 sec)

Posted by DoubleEagle | Jun 09, 2019 @ 11:20 PM | 982 Views
It is coming very soon
1:8 scale, very decent made and of lower price range.
GUYS keep eyes open!
Posted by RoyAceWings | Jun 09, 2019 @ 08:52 PM | 768 Views
Hi Everyone
Hope everyone is enjoying the Flying Season. It's been great. We have added a few more products to our line of AceWingCarrier product list. We now also have a Propeller bag to put your propellers in. They are lined and keep your extra blades from being chipped and dinged before you get that big bird in the air. Sizes are 20-27" and 27-34" There a nice option if you are looking for something to put your Props in. We also make 3 blade and four blade Prop bags and our Non slip blade covers you can just slide over your props that are on the Plane already. All our products are made in the USA.
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This is the picture of some of the prop bags.
Thank you too all of our customers around the world, We enjoy helping you secure your planes in safe and lasting Wing bags of all kinds and thank you for your support and kindness in working with us through the years.
If there is anything we can help you with please contact us at Ace Wing Carrier
Posted by condor12 | Jun 09, 2019 @ 07:38 PM | 735 Views
10th flight of the Fox. This was a test of the new Bigaole BGP 6G RTH stabiliser. Worked well.

Fox 10th flt (5 min 50 sec)

Posted by condor12 | Jun 09, 2019 @ 07:33 PM | 739 Views
When it works!

Pitts inverted spin (0 min 8 sec)

Posted by condor12 | Jun 09, 2019 @ 07:28 PM | 747 Views
Pitts at Duffield, from nose cam aspect

Pitts nosecam 05Jun19 (4 min 52 sec)

Posted by condor12 | Jun 09, 2019 @ 07:20 PM | 709 Views
Same sortie, but from head cam.

Pitts 05Jun19 (4 min 50 sec)

Posted by BDOG1 | Jun 09, 2019 @ 04:01 PM | 1,082 Views
Here is a photo dump of the pictures I took at W.O.W {wings over Wilson} The 2019 Midwest slope...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jun 09, 2019 @ 01:38 PM | 1,030 Views
In 1080p 60fps - This is the 4S Performance Flight of my 2-year old FMS A6M5 Zero 1.1m Warbird, a Birthday present from the 2016-2017 Cheer Central Suns J2 “Glitter” (Glitterati).. the All-Star Cheer Team that I coached 2 years ago.

FMS Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero 1.1m 4S Performance Flight (5 min 51 sec)

Just a little more than 2 years later from the Maiden Flight Video, only this time upgraded to 4S with the original stock motor and stock 3-blade prop. I replaced the stock 40-Amp ESC with a ZTW Mantis 65-Amp ESC w/ 5-Amp ESC. In doing so, I also carefully enlarged the internal foam ESC compartment formerly holding the stock 40-Amp ESC, allowing it extra ventilation and room to breathe.

Powered by an Admiral Pro 4S 2200mAh 45C lipo, the weight of the 4-cell lipo was enough to counter 50% of the hidden nose ballast that I had originally hidden behind the plastic cowl and were removed, retaining the recommended 62mm CG from the leading edge of the main wing. Now only 56 grams of nose ballast (8 Great Planes 7-gram Sticky Back Lead Weights were needed to retain the proper CG at 62mm.

Max Static Amp Draw with a fully charged Admiral Pro 4S 2200mAh 45C lipo is at 52.2 amps.. well below the limits of the ZTW Mantis 65-Amp ESC. The stock 3536-850Kv motor comes down barely warm after a flight.

My former 100% throttle on 3S has now become my 50-60% throttle on 4S. The outcome is an aircraft with exceptional agility, speed, and climb, with power on tap when needed,...Continue Reading
Posted by Bill M - RC | Jun 09, 2019 @ 09:56 AM | 1,104 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

NEW MJX Bugs 4W B4W Review - 5G WIFI FPV GPS Foldable RC Drone with 2K Camera on a Single-axis Gimbal. This MJX Bugs 4W review includes unboxing, inspection, setup, app overview and a camera video trailer. Flight, functions, features, app & camera tests will follow in Part II of this review.

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MJX Bugs 4W B4W Review Part I - Unboxing, Inspection, Setup & Camera Video Trailer (24 min 7 sec)

Posted by GBLynden | Jun 08, 2019 @ 10:03 PM | 1,377 Views
This is my Unboxing & Review for the Freewing F-35 Lightning II V3 70mm EDF Jet.

Freewing F-35 Lightning II V3 70mm EDF Jet Unboxing & Review (8 min 47 sec)

Here are my review notes for this pretty Steath Fighter EDF RC Jet:

- The paint and details are absolutely stunning on this F-35 Steath Fighter Jet.
- It comes with nice suspension, including trailing link nose gear
- Plastic coated canopy to prevent gatoring
- A big battery bay

- The main con and that is why I didn't give the simple overall build a Pro is that the servo connectors for the rudders and had a lot of paint on them making it difficult to determine polarity.
- Lights like my Freewing BAe Hawk T1 70mm EDF Jet would have been a nice touch too.
Posted by DoubleEagle | Jun 08, 2019 @ 08:44 PM | 950 Views
***Building Blocks with Remote Control Katyusha and Tank Abrams*** Let start the Battle!
CaDA (breaking blocks) Building Blocks + Remote Control Toys Series.

CaDA Building Toys STEM Learning and Educational Kit.
These bruilding blocks Katyusha and Tank Abrams consist out of 1396 and 1498 pcs and are suitable for kids from 8 years old. Item numbers: C61002 and C61001. Remote control is included.
C61002 and C61001 are 2-in-1 series sets.
The CaDA 2-in-1 sets, you get to choose between 2 exciting builds for even more build and play fun.

For more building blocks and remote control toys visit:
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Building Blocks with Remote Control - Katyusha and Tank (3 min 32 sec)

Posted by rclad | Jun 08, 2019 @ 08:31 PM | 1,352 Views

Our club had an aerobatics primer today, and Ray, the Unlimited IMAC pilot who put it on, challenged me to try a 360 degree turn with four rolls to the inside. I usually decline the challenge to try something new with my plane, saying I'd like to try it on the simulator first. For some reason today I simply said, "OK."

This isn't the first time Ray nudged me out of my comfort zone. Just when I get comfortable with my current aerobatic skills he asks me to try something different: a slower aileron roll, or opposite aileron rolls back to back, or a snap roll in the opposite direction from how I normally do them, or a tailslide.

I've been flying scale aerobatics for almost three years now, and Ray has been a great mentor. He has given me the confidence to move up to a more difficult class every year, from Basic to Sportsman, and now Intermediate. The Intermediate class introduces the roller, but it's only a 90 degree turn with one roll to the inside. I practiced it many times on the simulator before I ever attempted one with my plane. Today, having flown the 90 degree roller more than a hundred times with my 95" EF Extra 330, I was finally getting comfortable with the maneuver. When I executed a near perfect roller on the first flight today (after three attempts), Ray must have been thinking of a new challenge for me.

After landing, replacing batteries, and pushing my plane back to the runway, he said, in his usual direct and nonchalant...Continue Reading
Posted by LUV2REV | Jun 08, 2019 @ 08:03 PM | 809 Views
Always nice to be the first person to respond to a great deal on CL, but sometimes you miss out and would rather have never seen it. The deals that get away, make you appreciate the one's you get that much more. Here's two of my latest CL super deal finds. Please share yours!

First one: Hpi Savage XL 5.9 complete w/4 gallons of PowerMaster fuel $50

Second: Aeromarine Cyclone 45" Cat complete $100
Posted by LUV2REV | Jun 08, 2019 @ 07:33 PM | 777 Views