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Posted by DutchRC | Oct 31, 2016 @ 10:23 AM | 3,629 Views
Hi there people

I've got me new micri FPV quadcopter in again This time it's from, and it's called the GB100 / Ocday Razer RF100..
It is a Naze32 + DSM2 BNF quad, that comes with 2 flight batteries

A link to this quadcopter: GB100 micro FPV quad

I will do a few video's on this little quad actually.. In this first one I'll show you what it looks like, and I'll do a first test-flight on Cleanflight with it..

DutchRC - Great micro FPV quad! :D The GB100 / Ocday Razer RF100 (from (10 min 13 sec)

If people are interested in seeing how to get Betaflight going on these micro quads, let me know
Posted by Newbie1980 | Oct 31, 2016 @ 10:08 AM | 2,444 Views
First blog entry. Been flying since April. Progressing into flying sport planes.I've my 48" Skywing Sbach. Have a build thread on it on here. Looking into getting an Edge 540 glow powered as my next plane. I've been getting pretty wild with the Sbach and haven't had any crashes yet. So time to advance .
Posted by pmshop | Oct 31, 2016 @ 08:55 AM | 12,465 Views
I wanted to post my current configuration of my F450 and F550 :
F450 AUW - 1840g
F550 AUW - 2440g
Posted by wallis_100 | Oct 31, 2016 @ 07:38 AM | 3,154 Views
It's with great pleasure I can announce that my application for Chartership has been successful.
I am now a recognised chartered engineer (Licensed Engineer) to those across the pond.

The biggest benefit. .. A lovely little bonus to spend on more model aviation....

Posted by FPV.Model | Oct 31, 2016 @ 07:09 AM | 4,042 Views
Here comes two RC screw kits. They contain the most often needed screws for your multirotor build. Available in black and stainless steel finishes. No more bent, rusted or corroded screws.


Stainless Steel:

Each screw kit contains 360pcs Round Head screws and Flat Head Screws.

Round Head Screws ( 360pcs )
50pcs M3 x 12 60pcs M3 x 10
70pcs M3 x 8 80pcs M3 x 6
100pcs M3 x 4

Flat Head Screws ( 360pcs )
50pcs M3 x 12 60pcs M3 x 10
70pcs M3 x 8 80pcs M3 x 6
100pcs M3 x 4
Posted by aben71 | Oct 31, 2016 @ 07:07 AM | 2,307 Views
It is a crisp ,cool Halloween but still good enough to take the Floureon Racer 250 out for some cool line of sight flying :cool:

Floureon Racer 250 Late October Line Of Sight Flight (6 min 18 sec)

Happy Halloween Everyone
Posted by Brunosaires | Oct 31, 2016 @ 06:32 AM | 1,290 Views
Hello people,
I have a big problem with my drone (F450). When I try to fly off the ground, the drone goes into one direction (backwards) and everytime Im afraid it flips, so I dont continue flying. Can someone help me please? I have already calibrated it to the controller. What should I do? If you don't understand the problem I can try to film it...
Posted by ARRISHOBBY | Oct 31, 2016 @ 04:26 AM | 2,428 Views
FATSHARK HD3 Modular 3D FPV Headset is available here now.

FATSHARK HD3 Modular 3D FPV Headset is back in top form with subtle improvements to ensure its continued dominance as the worlds premier FPV goggle. Digital pilots will appreciate the new 16:9 display format when in HDMI mode to match the display aspect ratio of HD systems. The HD3 is the most powerful, versatile and portable FPV goggle and the top choice of drone pilots.

FATSHARK HD3 Modular 3D FPV goggle ships with new lower profile Velcro backed (removable) faceplate foam for a more accommodating fit.The FOV on the HD3 has been dialed back to 42 degrees to maintain a large screen experience while delivering crisp optical performance for OSD readability.

FOV 42 Diagonal (38 HDMI)
59-69mm IPD Range (adjustable)
SVGA 800 X 600 Display
Support Side/Side 3D
NTSC/PAL Auto Selecting
High definition media interface 720p Support
Modular Head Tracker Bay
Modular Receiver Bay
DCin: 7-13V (2S/3S)
Power Consumption: 4W
Integrated Analog DVR (does not support HD recording)

Package Included:
Dominator HD3 Headset with fan-equipped faceplate
Zipper Case
7.4V 1800mAh Battery with LED Indicator
AV Cable
Mini to Mini high definition media interface cable
(include Mini to Micro, Mini to Standard high definition media interface adapters)
Posted by scruffy1 | Oct 31, 2016 @ 03:58 AM | 7,358 Views
due to medical problems, i am not up for discus launch at the moment, and even looking at the sunshine burns me as if i have turned vampire

so perhaps appropriately for the horror theme, it was time for a frankenplane

more about it as the build proceeds over here

oh, and it's halloween...

i already had the idea to take my 1.7m antares 'foiled thermal wing, and graft it to a tepid-liner electric fuselage... not as decidedly frosty as my canary

building the fuselage was a tiresome consideration, and balancing the components would require some careful consideration and planning, which i was lacking inspiration to do

then in a minor tidying shuffle, having dragged out as yet unattended boxes containing some of the many kits i have accumulated, i rediscovered the partially built sig riser which i had been bequeathed from a deceased estate via a circuitous association

the fuselage "box" was already done, and the fin and rudder glued but not sanded; the wing stock was incomplete, and the stabiliser lost to me

more problematically, the plans were awol, even though i could find a low res copy on line, and the proportions were too big for the wing i had to play with

so... utilising what i had, i fudged an appropriate horizontal tail, and trimmed the rudder to lose a bit of superfluous area

kudos to curtis suter for his excellent spreadsheet at his tailwind gliders site which allowed me to crunch some numbers using the fixed moment arms and wing i had to work...Continue Reading
Posted by XQPOWER | Oct 31, 2016 @ 03:33 AM | 2,084 Views
Hei ,guys! good day ! Here I would like to share some standard Robotic servos with you .. I guess this is might some of you searching for ,
So take a look .,


Speed :0.14sec/60/4.8V
Speed :0.12sec/60/6.0 V
Torque:6.5 kg/cm/6.0V

Speed :5V: 0.18sec/60
Speed:7.2V: 0.16sec/60
Torque:5V: 15 kg/cm
Torque :7.2V: 16.1 kg/cm
Posted by Jay B. Scott | Oct 31, 2016 @ 02:16 AM | 5,345 Views
Below is a side view diagram of my initial retract study. The wheel is 3" diameter. The 10" prop comes down to the center of the wheel, giving me 1-1/2" clearance for my grass field. I still have to figure out my exact strut length, but this should get you all started with your own calculations, based on what retracts you use. I'm using E-flite 25-46 size electric retracts, which are used in this drawing. The drawing is actual size.
Posted by JeffMac | Oct 30, 2016 @ 10:59 PM | 10,127 Views
All -

This is my Gordon Englehart 1936 ARUP rc conversion. The original model was a 24" rubber powered craft, I extensively redesigned the wing ribs. It uses a hextronic 10 gram outrunner, AR6400 BL and two parkzone linear servos.Solite yellow and modelmaster red paint cover it. A 350 MAH LIPO fuels the 4.4 ounce ( 131 gram ) flying weight model.

The first video was made from my cell today during the second flight. The first flight flew out of my hand but after a few seconds went into a tight but slow flying turn. reducing throttle and neutralizing the stick allowed the model to straighten up and come down to a reasonable landing. An elevon end push rod wire had come unglued. At the same time it was noticed one linear servo had " dead " spots and would randomly just not function. A new servo was obtained and that was the cure....Got lucky with this slow, light model which went on to a 20 minute second flight, and many fine flights since.

the link is to my build log :

Arup 1936 model design by Gordon Englehart 24" wingspan (0 min 26 sec)

Second longer video added

1936 ARUP rc electric flying video (0 min 34 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by Habanero | Oct 30, 2016 @ 10:15 PM | 5,760 Views

Posted by Blaze0021 | Oct 30, 2016 @ 08:11 PM | 4,889 Views
It was a Sunday Funday for me and my flying buddies. I didn't realize another pilot was videoing this but much appreciation to him for taking this candid video of my final approach to a greased landing in the Number 7 FMS 800mm Red Tail P-51D Mustang. This plane flies and lands like an angel!

FMS P-51D Mustang Red Tail 800mm on 3S - Final Approach to Greased Landing (0 min 28 sec)

Posted by Sideslip | Oct 30, 2016 @ 07:37 PM | 8,278 Views
MXS Cowl with 3.25" blue spinner set in place to check for size. Color is not a perfect match but could be used. Spinner was purchased from Taildragger RC.