Posted by Herb | Today @ 09:03 PM | 150 Views
I got this one as a pre-order, the PNP version ... They finally switched to more efficient inrunners

Some pictures that have appeared on the internet are reposted below ...

Here's what the original looks like,

Mine will get repainted in a russian camo scheme, that digital camo on a MiG-29 looks a bit odd to me.

Posted by cuavlindy | Today @ 08:29 PM | 182 Views
CUAV NEO V2 Pro CAN GPS bus drone open source flight control high precision positioning module GNSS whole sale
Posted by HOTMAILcity | Today @ 01:52 PM | 748 Views
◄► Der starke Hans, Hans im Glck, etc.

All the "Hans" family of fairy tales transport us through time and space to THE SPECIAL CONDITIONS, which decided how things would look out , and what shape they took ..

Frankness identifies Hans .. It directs his steps, his Evolution, Fort-entwicklung, Cheminement ..

cheminer ~ آل إلى ~ become, evolve, devenir, werden, صار, sich entwickeln ..

Et le regard critique ? il s'agit, pour la vue, de conduire l'esprit au-dela du royaume de la vue : DANS CELUI DU SENS

Jean Starobinski, Le Voile de Poppe .

◄► Le regard critique DCHIFFRE LES MOTS pour accder l'intuition de LEUR PLEINE SIGNIFICATION ..

Une vigilance supplmentaire lui devient ncessaire, partir de la premire "lecture a vue", pour s'avancer la rencontre D'UN SENS SECOND ..

Un long dtour nous renvoie aux mots eux-mmes, o LE SENS ELIT SA DEMEURE, et ou brille LE TRSOR MYSTRIEUX que l'on croyait devoir chercher dans la "dimension profonde" ..

◄► As said Jean Starobinski : Un long dtour nous renvoie aux mots eux-mmes, o LE SENS ELIT SA DEMEURE .. (حن) a lu sa demeure dans (حنا) ..

The word (حن) is commonly used to express feelings of compassion and pity, marked by kindness, leniency and goodness ..

Verb (حنا) = (sich beugen) ~ incline, bend down, se...Continue Reading
Posted by rclad | Today @ 12:18 PM | 994 Views
For the latest incident in my growing list of mishaps, see my post here.
Posted by gquiring | Today @ 11:57 AM | 1,006 Views
I made a quick video explaining how to use the 9th channel on the Graupner S1019 receiver as a telemetry port. Most of us don't use 9 channels and might want to monitor your Lipo battery while flying using a Graupner voltage sensor.

Graupner Hott Receiver S1019 telemetry setup with voltage sensor 33631 (8 min 4 sec)

Posted by YO_VLOGS | Today @ 11:44 AM | 1,042 Views
Baja Buggy won't Start (7 min 42 sec)

this is my trouoble shootiunf when my baja not starting after so many pulls plz check the ideo and you can fic your baja also if you follow this
Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 11:06 AM | 1,072 Views
Halloa people

coperations are good / interesting I think and in this case the partyly product has a US originin (frame design) and then it is also made & sold by a Chinese company...

So there are 3 Twig's at this point.. a 3, 4 and 5".. in this case I'm taking a look at the 4" version of this BetaFPV Twig

Link to it: BetaFPV Twig Mutant 4-inch ultra light

And in this topic I'll be posting a couple of video's on this quadro..
Feel free to post Your experiences / questions!

BetaFPV + RacerXfpv = UltraLight Twig 4" MUTANT FPV Racer - FIRST LOOK (16 min 29 sec)

Posted by Carollee | Today @ 05:56 AM | 1,540 Views
Really love this engine. Hope there is a video for rc boat/ rc car by this engine.
Is there anyone like me who want to saw it?
Mini Gasoline Engine 2.6cc Water cooled (6 min 18 sec)

Posted by | Today @ 05:25 AM | 1,611 Views
The WL TOys 144001 is excellent value for money but there are a number of quirks, one of which is that the tyres are not especially grippy on much else than hard packed clay/dirt or carpet. I've found two sets of off-road tyres/wheels that are compatible with the 144001 in that they physically fit and just as importantly don't upset the gear ratio significantly. Here are my findings and more importantly recommendations:

Posted by TonyCams | Today @ 05:21 AM | 1,644 Views
SJCAM SJ10pro ActionReview:

After playing around with my SJCAM SJ10 10 action for a few days, I really feel that this Native 4K Action camera is really give Gopro Hero 8 and DJI OSMO a run their money.

As a serious Gopro contender, SJ10 picks up much needed slack after the lackluster launch of the SJ9 Strike.

The first impression is this sports camera has a very sturdy frame. Made from Polycarbonate and reinforced fiberglass with a rubberized matte black finish, the SJ10 is sturdy and shock resistant.

the SJ10 Action weighs 85 grams. The camera is waterproof for up to 10 meters without a waterproof case. You can add a waterproof case and take the SJ10pro up to 30 meters below!

Are you into FPV aerial / drone photography? The SJ10 supports FPV using the remote shutter and FPV av-out cable.

Want to mount the SJ10 Pro onto your motorcycle and speak into the audio using a Mic?

Just mount the external Mic accessory and begin recording native [email protected] video and crystal clear audio!

The SJ10 pro supports Dashcam mode so this can be used as car DVR for safety / insurance purposes.

Without further ado, let's delve into the SJ10 Pro Native 4k action Camera features.

SJCAM SJ10pro Action Native 4K Features:

- Waterproof body up to 10 meters. Dive down to 30 meters with the SJ10 Pro Waterproof Case accessory

- Record up to Native 4k at 60 frames per second. 4k/60fps

- Live stream your videos to Instagram and Tiktok

- Supersmooth Gyro...Continue Reading
Posted by jmxp69 | Today @ 02:09 AM | 1,882 Views
I really do like this little plane:
3rd Flight 3rd Crash 3rd Prop: HobbyKing MX2 3D EPP RC Plane (5 min 9 sec)

Posted by br14nh | Yesterday @ 11:22 PM | 2,225 Views
A mate of mine recently had a laptop battery which was swollen to about three times its size I was concerned it might pop and I only had my Bat Safe box to put it, leaving my own RC LiPos out of a suitable home. (I have LiPo bags but I prefer more solid protection). I realised I needed better battery storage options but due to the pandemic, freight to Australia has been limited and I was unable to buy any more Bat Safes.. so I decided it was time to make my own. It ended up costing me more than the commercial ones probably would have but Ive got a lot more storage capacity for the price and the satisfaction of having done it myself

I made a toolbox Dual charger version and some single Ammo Box versions so I can charge and store separately. This should minimise loss of batteries if one should go up and try to take any others with it.

I took some inspiration from posts here and on the web, supplies are what I can get hold of here in Australia, you would probably need to re-work the design/s depending on what you can get hold of locally. The main aim was in the event of a battery fire, to minimise the temperature of the outer container as much as possible and provide effective venting with suitable non-flammable materials.

For venting, I found some Galvanised Brick vents that have their own mesh built in and are just the right depth for 13mm glass wool blankets, all I needed was to find a way to cover with some stainless mesh, and attach to lids of either the...Continue Reading
Posted by Kmot | Yesterday @ 08:16 PM | 2,438 Views
In 1974, I taught myself how to fly RC. I did not belong to a club, I did not know anyone else who was into flying RC. But I wanted to get started.

I purchased everything I needed from Hobby Shack. A little 1/2-A high wing trainer called Mini Star, by Pilot; a Cirrus 4-channel radio, Cox engine, fuel, epoxy, rubber bands, battery, starting clip, etc. The cost added up to $213.36 with the 6% local and state tax. I priced everything from a 1974 Hobby Shack catalog. With inflation, that would equal $1115.69 today! Can you imagine. It was an expensive thing to get started in RC back then, and you had to be serious about it.

Well, I don't recall exactly but I think my first 30 to 50 flights were very short and all ended up with some sort of crash damage. Mostly to the front of the plane. With epoxy, balsa, and whatever else I repaired it and tried another flight. By the time I completed a full flight, IE ran the Cox engine tank empty, and landed smoothly, the plane looked completely different in the front! And it weighed significantly more. But, it was a glorious day! I had graduated!

A few years ago, I was thinking that it would be cool to find one of those model airplanes, and have it hanging up in my hangar, just for old time sake and to remember the challenge and struggle it was. I found a Cirrus radio easily enough. But the Mini Star ARF eluded me. I did see the balsa kit version come up for sale occasionally, the 1/2-A Baby Star. But I wanted the same ARF,
...Continue Reading
Posted by jmxp69 | Yesterday @ 07:55 PM | 2,405 Views
How-to configure OpenTx Flaperons, Reflex, Spoilerons, Knife Edge, and Differential Thrust - All in one video:

Mixing Reflex, Knife Edge, and Differential Thrust Radiomaster TX16s OpenTx Tutorial for Beginners (16 min 28 sec)

Posted by Peterf1961 | Yesterday @ 05:53 PM | 2,518 Views
Hello there, Ive recently bought a new Horus X10S Express FROS ( Non-EU version)
and are having problems getting the telemetry set-up to work.
There doesnt seem to any videos anywhere on the www that can walk you through
exactly whats required. ( unlike OpenTx )
I REALLY want to use FROS for my models.( gliders mainly)
To start with, I use the G-RX8 receivers ( apparently no compatibility issues with FROS
telemetry all good ) and are using ACCST protocol and set to D16.
Reading some information on RCgroups forums, the arrangement below works ,
Ive tryed this but still not working.

Logic Switches
LS1 OP >, Telemetry, SRC 1 Spd-v, CONST, SRC2 some number. +00.5
LS2 OP <, Telemetry, SRC 1 Spd-v, CONST, SRC2 some number -00.5.

Special Function.
LSW1 PlayVario.
LSW2 PlayVario.

Also Ive had NO luck in setting up to work RSSI and RXbattery ( voltage sensor plugged into Rx) If you can help me with what I might be missing in getting these important things working that would great and would REALLY appreciate the help.
I might able to Post a video as there MUST be many others that are also having similar problems.?
Any advice/suggestions/information would be great help.
Posted by GBLynden | Yesterday @ 04:05 PM | 2,641 Views
This is my first Sundown flight with the E-flite Night Timber X. I also did my first knife edge ever too!

E-flite Night Timber X 1.2m BNF Basic RC Plane Sundown Flight (5 min 54 sec)

Posted by vienquach | Yesterday @ 03:46 PM | 2,654 Views
Life changed but this 20 year old hobby didnt.
Posted by slopemeno | Yesterday @ 02:20 PM | 2,764 Views
Dedicated to my John Higgins Alias. It's now the oldest plane in the fleet. I need to wrap up the current repairs and get it back in the air.