Posted by marblekit | Aug 06, 2019 @ 08:11 PM | 688 Views
Posted by aben71 | Aug 06, 2019 @ 07:30 PM | 743 Views
Happymodel mobula7 is without a doubt my favorite backyard fpv quadcopter!I bought the dsm2 version and got a little confused with the bind proceedure,you have to bind it using betaflight,no bind button. Once I sorted that out it was up up and awesome!
Posted by Merch | Aug 06, 2019 @ 11:18 AM | 841 Views
Eachine E520S GPS WIFI FPV With 4K/1080P HD Camera 16mins Flight Time Foldable RC Drone Quadcopter - 5G WiFi 1080P

Looks like someone stood on the box i can't get the compass or gyro to calibrate even with 14+ satellites

Brand Name: Eachine
Item NO.: E520S
Frequency: 2.4G
Channel: 4CH
G-yro: 6 axis
Motor: 8*23mm Brushed Coreless
Quadcopter Battery: 7.4V 1200mAh Lipo (Included)
Transmitter Battery: 4 x 1.5 AAA Battery (NOT Included)
Flying Time: 14-16mins
Charging Time: 120-150mins
R/C Distance: 200-300m
Flying Weight: 280g (with Battery)
Color: Black
Camera Optional: 720P / 2.4G WiFi 1080P / 5G WiFi 1080P / 2.4G WiFi 4K HD / 5G WiFi 4K HD
FOV: 120 Wide Angle
Pixel: 720P--Picture/Video: 1280*720
1080P--Picture: 1920*1088, Video: 1280*720 (Saved on Mobile Phone)
1080P--Picture: 1920*1088, Video: 1920*1080 (Saved on SD Card)
4K--Picture/Video: 3840*2160 (support IOS 6 or above and Android high-end system)
4K--Picture/Video: 2560*1440 (Saved on SD Card)
WiFi Distance: 2.4G WiFi: 50-70m
5G WiFi: 150-250m
Quad's Size: 40*28*7.5cm (the arms not folded, with props guard)
15*11*7.5cm (the arms folded)

- With foldable arm, small size, easy to carry.
- GPS positioning mode provides a more accurate flight.
- With 5G / 2.4G wifi function can be connected APP, APK system to take pictures/video, real-time transmission...Continue Reading
Posted by GroundControlRC | Aug 06, 2019 @ 08:20 AM | 653 Views
Flight #14 - King Kong/LDARC Tiny Wing 450 FPV Test Flight!

Here is a link to the Video:

This item is courtesy of Banggood.
I thought this Tiny Wing would make for an excellent Micro FPV Wing ;-)
It has several flight modes; 6-axis, 3-axis, and manual.
It's made from EPP Foam which should make it extremely durable ;-)

I installed a Micro FPV System and with the 2S 450mah 35C LIPO I use it puts the CG (Neutral Balance) right at the channel for the Servo Wires ;-)
I think that's very close to where it needs to be.
If I can ever get less than 5mph wind I'll be able to confirm that in Manual Mode.
This is the very first flight with an FPV System!

It's time to test out the FPV System!

The orange curve at the top and bottom right is a section of the canopy in view because I didn't get the camera positioned just right.
When to camera is positioned just right you not see any obstructions.

Get one today from Banggood!

Here is a link to the Micro AIO FPV Camera:

Turbowing 5.8G 48CH 25mw 700TVL 1/4 CMOS Wide Angle FPV Camera Support OSD NTSC/PAL Switchable

Here is a link to the SBEC (Switching Voltage Regulator):

Pololu 3.3V, 300mA Step-Down Voltage Regulator D24V3F3

Here is a link to this Cool Micro Wing:

KINGKONG/LDARC TINY WING 450mm Wingspan EPP FPV PNP With Flight Control Reading
Posted by halicopter | Aug 06, 2019 @ 06:43 AM | 615 Views
Not been on for ages still flying and loving my k110 ...however couldn't resist this new k130. Omg what a beast....the power to weight ratio it's crazy . Only had 4 packs through it on a windy day (lots of adrenaline pumping ).
Posted by AGFrc Nicole | Aug 06, 2019 @ 04:50 AM | 685 Views
Programmable A62BHM Low profile servo with 16KG torque for 1/10 Car
Welcome OEM order ( [email protected])

The A62BHM is a high speed, brushless low profile servo that perfect for 1/10 on-road / off-road vehicles. Designed with strengthen stainless steel gear, its torque reach to 16KG, which ensures durability even under harsh situations.
The brushless motor provides longer life. If your 1/10 cars require a high speed servo, this mysterious black full metal A62BHM servo is absolutely the best recommendation by AGFRC

Stall Torque:
11 kg-cm (153 oz-in) @ 5.0V
13 kg-cm (181 oz-in)@ 6.0V
14.5 kg-cm (202 oz-in)@ 7.4V
16 kg-cm (223 oz-in)@ 8.4V

Operating Speed:
0.010sec/ 60@ 5.0V
0.085sec/60 @ 6.0V
0.075sec/60 @ 7.4V
0.068sec/60 @ 8.4V

Control System: Pulse width modulation control
Refresh Rate:333Hz
Neutral Position:1520uS
Signal Mode: Digital
Dead band: 2 uSec
Operating Voltage: 4.8V ~ 8.4V
Operating Temperature: -20C~ +60C
Bearing: Dual Ball Bearing
Limit Angle: 200
Size: 40.8*20.2*26.1mm
Net Weight: 62g
Wire: JR 180mm /22AGW
Operating Travel: 1105
Pulse width: 900 to 2100 uSec
Posted by Catherine Chen | Aug 06, 2019 @ 04:05 AM | 665 Views
4mm to 5mm Low-Profile Bullet Connectors

1.Step-design allows use on batteries with either 4mm or 5mm terminals.
2.Gold plated and low-profile design for use where clearance is minimal.
Posted by Ivy long | Aug 06, 2019 @ 03:06 AM | 697 Views
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Posted by Deserteagle | Aug 05, 2019 @ 10:53 PM | 838 Views
Posted by UnknownForces RC | Aug 05, 2019 @ 10:21 PM | 775 Views
GX1 electric buggy 4wd version (0 min 26 sec)

Receiver box harness adapter,it has five interfaces. Waterproof in one step,No need to open the receiver box frequently,Easy to connect to all kinds of electronic devices.
Posted by Ling08 | Aug 05, 2019 @ 10:02 PM | 714 Views
Get a new product.

16*16mm esc use for mini rc drone.

It's powerful
Posted by greynation | Aug 05, 2019 @ 08:21 PM | 847 Views
I have tried designing an RC airplane before and my designs usually were drawn to scale on a piece of paper and then measured and cut out of foamboard. I got lucky a couple of times and the thing actually flew pretty well. But the process was tedious and I couldn't really share my plans with anyone without lengthy explanations of the details I kept in my mind. It was discouraging. So I decided I wanted to do some CAD style drawings like the guys at Flite Test.

When I saw the Nano Drak from RitewingRC I knew it was time to give it a shot. From the pictures I found it looked pretty small and basically like a plank flying wing. That's when I put 2 and 2 together and I knew exactly how I was going to do it. The FT Goblin!

I downloaded a copy of the full page plans and started wondering how I was going to make the necessary edits to get the shapes I wanted. I needed some software. I had heard of people using Inkscape to draw plans before so I downloaded a free copy and when it was installed I started playing around with it. Pretty soon I had figured out how to import PDFs, make new layers, measure correct distances, and all those good things that you have to know to use the software. I dove in head first.

Here is how I did it:

Download the plans from FT.
Download and install Inkscape.
Open the PDF of the plans in Inkscape.
Create a new layer over the one the plans are on.
Set the transparency of the layer to 50%
Use the panel on the left to select the Draw...Continue Reading
Posted by old4570 | Aug 05, 2019 @ 07:37 PM | 1,059 Views

I have taken the FMS 800mm V-tail apart for some pictures .

A) There are a lot of similarities to the Ezio 800 , HK may have taken liberties . Especially as the prop is exactly the same .
B) Servo leads are SHORT !
D) I think this model is intended as 2s around 350/450mAh
E) 2 servos take care of everything
F) V tail control rods were - WAY - Way - way out ( pre formed ) .. Not sure who was on the job that day - but I had to re do it , and it is tricky .
G) V tail is in 2 parts and needs gluing in place
H) Wing is held in place with a single screw . ( Philips head ) A hex screw would be better .
I) That prop !!!!! = Same as on the EZIO 800 , which was useless !

First thing I will do is check how much thrust the motor prop combo produces ( check current as well )
If thats ok , I will move onto soldering up a 4ch FS2A Rx .. and then assembling the FMS 800 V-tail trying for a decent CG ..
I have a small assortment of batteries to try ..


Current draw on a 2s = 4.7/4.8A to a peak of almost 5A
Thrust seems to be ok , looks like this motor might turn higher RPM on 2s
CG = No way ..
CG is sweet less Rx and battery ..
Will need weight in the tail or it will be nose heavy .
Just about to solder up a Rx now .


Rx is soldered and in place
Everything has been trimmed ready for CG Games ..

Seriously , the CG is perfect without a battery ...
Flying weight ATM with a Nonotech 370mAh 2s is 154 grams , but the CG is 25mm from the L/E
Power to weight . might be around 80%
There will be required weight in the tail for CG , which should probably be around 40 to 50mm from the L/E
Hmmm , what does the FMS manual say ? ( FMS say's 35mm from the L/E )