Posted by wattechighland | Yesterday @ 10:36 PM | 105 Views
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Posted by Bella Liu | Yesterday @ 10:09 PM | 112 Views
Frequencies and Bands:

This product is equipped with dual displays with a resolution of 960 x 240.
Adjustable sight distance is ensured. It is compatible with 5.8GHz band that is popular on the market.
The diversity receiver module enables stable image quality.

The real-time video recording using a trans-flash (TF) card allows you to share your happiness with your friends.
With an attractive appearance, the product is compact and light in weight, which is designed based on the facial structure to ensure comfortable wearing experience.

New version upgrades with USB,you can charge it with power bank directly now (from 11.07)

Input power: DC 6-28V, DC12V/380 mA, maximum charge current: 300 mA
Display resolution (dual display): 960 x 240
AV output terminal: Ф3.5mm, video output impedance: 75 ?, audio output impedance: 10 k?
DC socket for input power: diameter: 6mm, inner pin diameter: 2.1mm
Class of the TF card: class 10, maximum size of the TF card: 32 Gb
Micro USB interfaces allow convenient file saving
Optional battery: 3.7V/1500 mAh, 80mm x 19mm x 7mm (L x W x H)
Adjustable sight distance: min. value: 58mm, max. value: 63mm
Product size: 175mm x 102mm x 68mm (L x W x H)
FOV: 40 Degree
Total weight: 278g

Dual display with a resolution of 960x240
Adjustable interpupillary distance(58-63mm)
Double receiver modules ensure stable image quality
Compatible with universal 5.8GHz band emitter
Supports real-time video recording using 32G TF card
Attractive appearance,comfortable wearing experience

Package included:
1 x SJ-RG01 Goggles
2 x Antenna
1 x Power cable
1 x AV cord
1 x Battery (1,500mAh)
1 x User’s manual
Posted by dsquad | Yesterday @ 09:54 PM | 123 Views
This is a new product that will be out soon, here in this video over the possible specs that are good and the ones are not that good. Please tell me what do you think about it.
Caddx Tarsier Preview (8 min 22 sec)

Posted by Bill M - RC | Yesterday @ 08:11 PM | 178 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

Win one of 2x Makerfire Tiny Whoop Mini FPV Indoor Racing Drones with HD Camera BNF compatible with all Spektrum Radio Controllers.

1. Like and follow Makerfire's fan page here:

2. Tag 3 FPV friends in the comments below this Giveaway post in this group here:

That’s all and good luck

Entries close on Monday 27 May at 24h00 GMT. I will draw Two Lucky Winners randomly in a lucky draw and announce the result on Tuesday 28 May. Makerfire will ship these prizes to the winners from their warehouse in China to any international destination.

You can also get this Makerfire Tiny Whoop Mini FPV Indoor Racing Drone here:

Makerfire Giveaway - Win one of 2x Makerfire Mini FPV Indoor Racing Drones with HD Camera (1 min 12 sec)

Posted by DismayingObservation | Yesterday @ 06:14 PM | 248 Views
That critter in the photo below was one which came with two other models, both of which have been mentioned in previous blogs and are pictured below. Both are decade-old E-flite examples and both fly great after some loving. One is an Adagio 280 motor glider and the other is a Mini Ultra-Stick.

What this .55-powered model is is anyone's guess. It's a sport plane, obviously kit built and fairly good sized with a 6' wingspan. More importantly, it came with an O.S. .55 which is still very much in production! New o-rings for the needle valve are on order and while the crankcase as a small chunk taken out of it near the rear muffler mounting bolt, it doesn't appear to be critical. Even the fuel tank appears to be in good shape and it'll get a new pickup hose.

Incredibly, it has standard Futaba servos! Three in the fuse and one on the wing working torque rods for the ailerons.

I bought a strip of self-adhesive trim so that I can easily fix some small rips in the covering. I also bought a new tail wheel. I already had a brand new motor mount on hand. To sum up, this will be a seriously low-buck project!
Posted by Late99 | Yesterday @ 04:09 PM | 275 Views
Back at first round of the national championships for the third time. I still competed in sport class as honestly I haven't had time to start learning more difficult programs and I still don't have a plane that would suit them. My 95" 3DHS Extra is great flying plane, but due to it's size and 12S battery it's not suited for higher classes (2m and 10S limitation).

Probably the most interesting thing was that Lassi Nurila was using his new plane in the competition. Lassi has been designing and building this plane through the winter and based on what I heard it will enter some kind of production (meaning it will be available for purchase!). When compared to Sebastiano Silvestri's three plane and Gernot's Pandora I prefer Lassi's plane streamlined look.

Lassi is still fine tuning the setup, so it's very interesting to see how this season and big competitions in Europe will go for him.

See full photo gallery on Google Photos.
Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 02:31 PM | 323 Views
Test Flight #2 - Ranger G2 with 8X4 Prop - Loops & Rolls ;-)

Here is a link to the Video:

After performing the Motor Thrust Angle MOD on the Ranger G2 it gave me space for an 8x4 Prop.
I removed the stock 7x5 Prop to conduct some Test Flights with and 8x4 Prop.
This should produce significantly more thrust than the stock 7x5 Prop.
I have increase the Elevator Dual-Rate since the 1st Test Flight as it didn't seem to have quite enough elevator authority.
Let's see if that helps.
I also wanted to see how the Roll Rate is on this large plane ;-)
So let's go do some Rolls and Loops ;-)

Here is a link to the Motor Thrust Angle MOD Tutorial:

Here is a link to the Motor Thrust Angle MOD Test Flight:

Here is link to this Plane:

Volantex V757-6 Ranger G2 1200mm Wingspan EPO FPV Airplane PNP

Here are the Batteries I use in this Plane:

Turnigy 2200mAh 3S 25C Lipo Pack

See you in the Air!

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

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Posted by basslord1124 | Yesterday @ 01:35 PM | 365 Views
Another failed launch attempt of the FT Long EZ with a little more severe damage this time. So back to the repair (or maybe rebuild) bench with this one. I've got some new tricks and suggestions that I may try for next time OR, I may rig up/buy some sort of launcher.

FT Long EZ... another bad launch/crash! (0 min 50 sec)

Posted by Xpress.. | Yesterday @ 12:40 PM | 395 Views
Hello everyone,

Unfortunately my time with Hitec RCD USA has come to a close. If you have questions regarding the product, I can still try to answer as best I can, otherwise contact the Customer Service Center:

[email protected]
Posted by Phaedra | Yesterday @ 08:43 AM | 524 Views
A couple of weeks ago, I made the mistake of bumping the antenna of my old trusted Taranis into the kitchen table. A horrific message "Tx antenna problem" appeared on the screen, making me expect the worst. After restarting the radio, the message disappeared but it sure did hurt my great confidence in this radio, even after successful rage testing and everything.

I really don't want to lose any of my models over this glitch/problem, and so I decided to replace it and only fly a couple of cheapo models with the old radio.
When comparing features and prices, I quickly ended up with the Horus X10(S). I didn't want another Taranis, because I was always very disappointed in the hardware quality of the push-button switches near the display, and the screen itself. I really wanted to stick to OpenTX, because in my opinion, it can't be beaten on price/performance, and the almost limitless possibilities it offers.
I never craved a color screen, and most certainly not a touchscreen, but from what I read bout the Horus display, it was quite clear to me that this would really fit my bill: large enough, clearer text, sunlight-readable, crisp.
The use of widgets is also a big added value: plenty of screen area available to display data, fully customizable screens,....

I was very lucky to find a second-hand X10S with long sticks with integrated 3-position switches and pushbuttons, exactly what I needed. Since I'm a tray-flyer, I needed to mod the radio:
  • designed my own
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Posted by phil alvirez | Yesterday @ 07:43 AM | 567 Views
i have been flying gliders before i learned radio control. free flight. and designing them too. now am still into gliders (R/C), and designing some too.
when i learned about the radian, i got 1. after extensive flying it, i consider it great for catching thermals when there is not much wind. period.
not only that, is the fastest to get ready. stable, forgiving, reasonably priced, what could any1 else want? now they replaced it with the 1 with lights.
still, is a great plane for all around thermal flying.
every time i go to the field i carry 1, together with my own designs, and launch it first, just to warm up.
and i think that it is sad that the designers that work for large business are not known, but still, i wish this reaches him (them).
if so, thanks for a great design...
i also own the small version (umx) , and it performs great too.
tried the 2.6, but it is a horse of different color. not my kind of plane.
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 06:25 AM | 604 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Beau Gosse et EFFICACE ! Voici donc le montage terminé des éléments FLYWOO . Malgré ce fameux gyr qui prend beaucoup de place sur la carte de vol pour ce type de montage, je suis agréablement surpris et très satisfait des produits FlyWoo. Pas de soucis au montage ni à la programmation, on sent la qualité des différents éléments et le résultat est là . Encore quelques améliorations possibles je pense et surtout , je vous réserve quelques surprises ! Bon Film à Tous ...

MACAW Full Titanium FlyWoo - Test en vol - Bonne surprise !!! (19 min 48 sec)

NOTATAZ : 18,5/20 BEAU GOSSE !!!

Niveau : Confirmés et Initiés
Les + : Tests ESC, Carte et Moteurs concluant ! Puissant, Réactif, Précis, bonne autonomie, Stable, Bonne qualité d'image .
Les - : La FC prend trop de place à cause du Gyro ...

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

- Frame MACAW Flywoo :
- Moteurs NIN Flywoo :
- INI ESC 50Apro :
- Carte de vol F405 :

- Produits FlyWoo sur Banggood :
- Nylon tressé 8mm :
- Nylon tressé 6mm :
- Gaine thermo :

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Posted by jricchio | Yesterday @ 12:49 AM | 765 Views
Final build for the season, my Hangar 9 P-51D 40 ARF finished off as Captain Chuck Yeagers ride.
E-Flite retracts, E-Flite Power 46 with a E-Flite 60amp BEC ESC and 4 cell setup.
One of many maidens to complete this spring/summer. soon as the field dries out!
Posted by loki255 | Yesterday @ 12:17 AM | 769 Views
So I did a repaint of my E-Flite Timber to Little Annie Fanny of the 199th RAC- Swamp Fox that flew in Vietnam. I also did a battery hatch mod moving the location of the battery from the underside of the fuse to the topside, no more flipping the girl upside down to change out batteries.

Now she will coordinate airstrikes against ground targets for fast movers and assist in the search and rescue of downed aircraft and crew at the flying field!
Posted by DoubleEagle | May 21, 2019 @ 10:48 PM | 791 Views
Toy Excavator Remote Control Hydraulic 2019 Model | Volvo Replica!!
***Excavator bucket, grapple and hammer – that´s cool!!***

Watch them build, have fun and keep your child entertained. 360-degree rotating body and a movable hydraulic simulated 3-POINT arms digging motion.
Model: Double Eagle No: E568-003 Volvo Toy Excavator Hydraulic
Changeable excavator bucket, grapple and hammer.
Moveable boom, stick and bucket. Detailed interior, exterior.
Scale: 1:16
Material: high quality durable plastic
Packaging-weight: 7.9 kg
With sound simulation
2.4 GHz
Excavator: electrical engine, battery 4.8V AA
RC battery: 2pcs of 1.5v AA (not included)
Toy Excavator Remote Control 2019 Model
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Business enquiries email: [email protected]
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Double-Eagle Volvo RC Excavator No.: E568-003 Promo RC экскаватор excavadora (1 min 31 sec)

Posted by bill_delong | May 21, 2019 @ 07:20 PM | 921 Views
This will be an evolving thread as I build and review a PR Racing SB401-T (1/10 Mini Truggy). Look for regular updates to this post as I plan to race this buggy in the 4WD Mod Truck class at Thornhill Racing Circuit (Turf Track). Full disclosure, I recently picked up a sponsorship through PR Racing so be prepared to expect some bias, but I will do my best to identify potential areas to consider making upgrades to improve the quality of this kit where applicable.

A quick background on me: I started club racing around 2010 and have slowly improved my skills to where I'm one of the slowest of the fast guys at the club in my area, ha! I typically average between 96% -98% consistency and will occasionally pick up a win for club racing and often make the A Main for regional events. My first 1/10 Truggy was the HoBao Hyper10TT which I raced about 5 years ago until the class died. Then the class came back about about a year ago when TEKNO released the ET410 which I have been racing since 2018. I look forward to comparing the PR truck with it's predecessors!

  • Loaded with upgrades in the kit for exceptional value!
  • Global Team Driver Support
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Posted by BDOG1 | May 21, 2019 @ 06:44 PM | 938 Views
We are back from our Midwest Slope adventure 2867 miles later.
We left Wilson at 6:00am Sunday after topping off on coffee at the K-18 Cafe ( they let us in before they open to help us get on the road early ) and arriving back home on my door step at 5:00 am Monday .
morning .
Great People !
Great flying !
Great food !
Posted by decreale | May 21, 2019 @ 01:08 PM | 1,309 Views
Recently got this plane, easy build however one of the supports would not clamp onto the wing may have to glue it. Not sure about that yet. Taking off was a problem you need to apply a little amount of down elevator, yes down to keep the tail from fish tailing all over the place. Once you see the back come up off the ground neutralize the elevator, apply more power and up she goes. Great flying plane