Posted by HELIRLC | Mar 16, 2006 @ 09:52 PM | 7,790 Views
This was my next heli and first bodied heli.
Posted by HELIRLC | Mar 16, 2006 @ 09:38 PM | 7,516 Views
Here is a picture of my first micro helis, A MS Composit Hornet CP and a Hornet ll Blinged out, It flew great but I just could not see it at 20 feet or farther away.
Posted by rcrick | Mar 16, 2006 @ 07:49 PM | 4,294 Views
Hello,

This is rcrick and they say this is my blog space. I don't really understand all I know about it, but here goes.

I Have been flying rc since 1979. My main rc interest these days is: Electric and flying wireless video. I have gotten rid of all my fuel stuff. It's not that I don't enjoy going out and flying fuel powered rc. It's just that there is no one in my area flying at all, and the electric suits going out and just making one or two flights by myself. If there were a group of guys flying fuel around here, I would be out there with them with my fuel planes and maybe an electric or two.

More later,

Ricky


Here is some links to My Gallerey and latest video.
How do I get my Gallery stuff over here on my blog?

https://www.rcgroups.com/gallery/sho...00&ppuser=2261

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=488867


Here is some more photos and video of my video plane.
Posted by hotairflyer | Mar 16, 2006 @ 06:36 PM | 5,676 Views
Heres a couple pics of my Dragonus II. I modded a Mini Titan battery tray to hold the battery at an angle, it was too long otherwise.
Needs a cleanup pass at the wiring and a better tail servo than HS56.
Posted by JayJay76 | Mar 16, 2006 @ 04:38 PM | 9,972 Views
Here is a mostly complete list of models I have along with their specs and their current flight status, listed in order of completion.

Bird dog (profile)
36" span
scrapped in favor of new improved model, smaller size

Pitts Special
28" span
formed peeled sturdyboard
Flight ready
GBx double

F-15 pusher
30" span
balsapr.com "C" foam
Komodo KH-283 brushless
Airframe is airworthy but flight gear was stripped for other projects

Gee Bee model D sportster (electric orange plans)
32" span
balsapr.com "C" foam
Esskay XT400 brushless
Flight ready, awaiting air trials

Piper J-3 Cub (electric orange plans)
38" span
balsapr.com "C" foam
Komodo KH-283 brushless
Flight ready, awaiting air trials
Also carries modified CVS digital video camera
Posted by hyper7 | Mar 16, 2006 @ 02:09 PM | 3,308 Views
Zagi


Posted by -DoubleV- | Mar 16, 2006 @ 01:16 PM | 5,684 Views
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Posted by Mike Kolesnikov | Mar 16, 2006 @ 01:01 PM | 12,391 Views
The search system has been giving gripes to everyone for quite some time. With every new post added, it was harder and harder for search engine to grind them and then perform the search. Average search time slowly raised to tens of seconds, longest searches took several minutes. The slowest queries were those with the overly simple search terms (like all those queries for "plane" or "blade"... or even "GWS". I often wonder what people expect to see when looking for such common terms?). I even had to add the script for killing queries which were running for more than 5 minutes, otherwise they would bog down the servers and the subsequent searches. But it was just the band-aid to the most glaring symptom, and the main problem - the sheer size of the posts database - grew bigger and bigger.

Then there was a problem with managing that big database - after one of the hard drives crashed and the search database was corrupted, it took almost 20 hours to rebuild the search index!

Another observation: with maximum 700 results returned, a common search just barely scratches the surface of the 5 million posts iceberg, leaving 99% of posts as a dead weight. One had to be very specific to have the search engine to look up in the earlier posts (and years).

So I had this obvious idea of splitting the posts by their year and having the default search to only go through the reasonable amount of recent posts. It solves both the slow search times problem and the inability for search to go deeper than an year or so ago. Implementing it was fun, the only problem was to find all places where the post table was altered in a way which could affect search.

So far the results are very satisfactory, the longest search took just 21 seconds, and it was one of the searches which took more than 5 minutes before, and would've been killed under old system (and no, I won't say what is the search term).
Posted by SEMPERFI8387 | Mar 16, 2006 @ 12:10 PM | 2,969 Views
Here's photos of some of my other toys.
Actually I sold the Xtreme.
Posted by RKG | Mar 16, 2006 @ 11:50 AM | 2,790 Views
When I was taking pictures for the current AP contest (Air to Air Bird shots) I had difficulty getting the birds off the ice! When they did they seemed intimidated by the slowstick and bolted quickly from the area.
Posted by jeffreym | Mar 16, 2006 @ 10:26 AM | 5,830 Views
Yes i found a referbished FuTaba T6XA with onboard computer but he had no manual I went to the FuTaba sight but could not find a link . Can Someone please help. Thanks.
Posted by Cass | Mar 16, 2006 @ 08:45 AM | 3,755 Views
So, here i am..., a man out standing in his blog....
Posted by PoudreDerf | Mar 16, 2006 @ 08:16 AM | 5,809 Views
Got me a new Thunderbird 18, a Castle Link, and a spray paint system with my winnings. Woo Hoo!
Posted by gaudenti | Mar 16, 2006 @ 01:07 AM | 2,314 Views
Blog? BLog. Oh, it must stand for Build Log. Ok, I can do that . . .
Posted by ozace | Mar 15, 2006 @ 11:00 PM | 15,218 Views
random pics
Posted by Justine | Mar 15, 2006 @ 04:54 PM | 2,103 Views
Hi I'm from Butcher Hollar,
and I get a little hot around
the collar, I'm a honky tonk
angel and proud of it.

I'll make the best darn fried
chicken you ever ate I
guarantee you'll even eat
the plate.I use Crisco oil
and a batter I'm wild and
free and I like to chatter
my guest tonight is my
friend the mad hatter.

I'm crazy like a fox and I
can outbox any kangeroo
and kick better and harder
than you do.I can run like
the wind and sing like an
angel and if I ever fall flat
on my face may God give
me the grace to get up
agaiin.

Josette Marie Louise Lager
[email protected]