Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 11:18 PM | 352 Views = FMS Fox Vtail ( love mine ) If you missed out ? = FMS Fox - the regular one ... = 1 meter Wood P51 = MAybe a budget Hoot ? ( Thrust controlled wing ) = PNP 800mm Dragon Jet

I cant justify another Fox !!! , but what a great little plane . ( Prop blows - replace it )
Posted by GBLynden | Yesterday @ 04:32 PM | 795 Views
This is my Second Flight with the E-flite UMX Citation Longitude Twin 30mm EDF BNF Basic.

E-flite UMX Citation Longitude Twin 30mm EDF BNF Basic Second Flight (5 min 0 sec)

Here are my Review Notes for this E-flite UM EDF Citation Jet:

- Lots of lights all over it
- 3S Brushless Twin 30mm EDF's
- Chromed out plastic on the EDF inlets
- Plastic bits on the wingtips
- I will use it as a nice warm-up jet, perfect to slide into my car on the days I fly big jets like the E-flite Su-30 EDF Jet.

- Dented foam on the main wing
- One of the mains was bent out of the box, but easily fixable
- Some glue leaked onto the silver part of the chromed out plastic on the EDF inlets
Posted by gquiring | Yesterday @ 12:13 PM | 1,102 Views
I finally got around to finishing up this video that I started about 6 months ago. Long story but I don't like FRSky's options for monitoring your onboard voltage using a balance port sensor. I prefer an 'inline' connection that is permanently wired to your ESC. There's nothing to forget or plug in wrong when you go to fly your airplane/sailplane. A few years ago someone made an after market sensor but it was discontinued.

This project will explain how to make that discontinued sensor using an Arduino micro-processor board. You can make these sensors for about $10 each after the upfront cost of buying a programmer and some wires which will run you a one time cost of about $20.

I had to make this video to help simplify the entire process of programming and soldering up that board. When I was reading some threads on RCG I found out there was no good howto. Many of us (including myself) have never used / programmed an Arduino board and probably most have no interest in it.

This video will explain downloading the software, programming the card and how to configure OpenTX to use a voltage sensor.

A big thank you to Mike Blanford for writing that code and making it available for us to use.

All the parts you need are in Youtube description area.

How to make a Smart Port Voltage sensor for your FRSky receivers (29 min 0 sec)

Posted by NobatteryNopower | Yesterday @ 07:35 AM | 1,428 Views
Working on a stand for my Star Wars K-2SO - speeder.

Wrapped the bottom of the speeder in cling film/Saran Wrap to prevent the putty from sticking. Then pressed exhaust repair putty against the bottom to get an impression of the bottom plate of the speeder, preventing it from sliding of when on display.

Next step: modeling a desert scene on the base. Some sand, perhaps a few rusty cogs, pipes, scrap metal etc.
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 05:17 AM | 1,611 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Infos, News et Surprise ! Je passe en revue aujourd'hui quelques accessoires pour le FIMI PALM. Grosse déception pour le micro externe mais à part ça, le reste est pratique et fonctionnel. Je vous donne également quelques infos sur le FIMI X8 SE 2020 (j'ai eu des nouvelles entre temps que je vous mettrai en commentaire), ainsi que quelques améliorations sur mon tableau de coupons et promos. La cerise sur le gâteau, une rencontre imprévue qui va nous faire découvrir une activité professionnelle autour du drone. Bon film à tous, prenez soin de vous et à très vite ...

FIMI PALM et FIMI X8 SE 2020 news / Une rencontre imprévue ! (28 min 31 sec)

Bonne et Mauvaise surprise !

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

- FIMI PALM ( coupon bGhOnEy10 ou BGFMNEW ) :
- Mise à jour FIMI PALM :
- Accessoires FIMI PALM :
- 84 accessoires caméra :
- Base FIMI PALM (Ali...) :
- Micro FIMI PALM (Ali...) :
- Ventilateur de cou :
- Ventilateur de cou (Cdis...) :
- FIMI X8 SE 2020 ( Pré commande coupon BGX8SE20419 ) :

- TABLEAU DES PROMOS ET COUPONS BANGGOOD 2020 (remis à jour régulièrement, pour aider la chaîne, gardez ce lien en favori ou...Continue Reading
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 05:16 AM | 1,621 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Un Coach sportif à pas cher ! lol ... Comme certainement pas mal de monde, le confinement ne m'a pas aidé à garder la ligne, donc j'ai décider de me prendre en main et de surveiller un minimum ma santé. Élégante et efficace, cette smartwatch BlitzWolf BW-HL2 m'a fait craquer ! Simple à utiliser, en plus de vous donner les informations de bases de toutes montres dignes de ce nom, elle vous permettra de vous rappeler les bons gestes du quotidien. Vous hydrater, bouger un minimum, surveiller votre tension et rythme cardiaque ou encore surveiller votre sommeil, bref, les gestes simples de la vie au quotidien que l'on oublie parfois. Et si vous n'avez pas besoin de tous ces rappels, ce que je vous souhaite bien sur, cette montre sera juste élégante et adaptable à votre style du jour grâce à ses différents affichages et vous rendra quelques services en affichant vos messages, sms, mails, appels ou réseaux sociaux sans avoir à sortir votre smartphone. En bref, une excellente autonomie et pas mal de fonctions pour un prix intéressant, cette BW-HL2 se place plutôt bien dans le marché des smartwatch. Bon Film à Tous et Merci de votre soutien .

Smartwatch BlitzWolf BW-HL2 - Review Test Démo - A fond la forme à pas cher ! lol (17 min 16 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17/20 Très bon rapport qualité prix !

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

- BlitzWolf® BW-HL2 ( vente FLASH ): ...Continue Reading
Posted by Amanda BH | Yesterday @ 04:15 AM | 1,659 Views
Brotherhobby Hypberbola 5" BNF racing drone, paired with efficient Brotherhobby VY2004 3150kv, sub-250g, the weight is amazing
Posted by alex111 | May 29, 2020 @ 11:57 PM | 1,925 Views
One of my tug boats
Posted by alex111 | May 29, 2020 @ 11:55 PM | 1,931 Views
My blue Amsterdam tug boat
Posted by old4570 | May 29, 2020 @ 08:27 PM | 2,283 Views
OMPHobby Trashmitter (1 min 41 sec)

A) Just a video to show the dead band .
B) This is the Tx from the T720 > Has less dead band than the Tx bundled with the S720
C) Not sure how the Rx is dealing with so much dead band > Might explain all that hunting up and down !
D) S720 really wants to be BNF
E) Yes you can fly the S720 on the trashmitter , but it's nothing special . For me just a very disappointing experience .
F) The trashmitter works with the T720 , probably because the T720 is a more stable / forgiving platform . ( With full stability )

I would love to fly one of those S720 that some folks have crowed the virtues over ! With a hobby grade Tx I will believe it , but on the bundled trashmitter ? I would like to fly that !!!!
Posted by lawrence4 | May 29, 2020 @ 08:27 PM | 2,301 Views
Beta85X Setup Bidirectional DSHOT and RPM Filter (More Flight Time on Tiny whoops) (2 min 6 sec)

More flight time.
Cooler motor.

1.Update your BLHeli_32 ESC to version 32.7 or newer in order to use bidirectional DShot.
2.Update your FC to Betaflight 4.1 or newer
3.setup RPM filter.(suggest settings in the photo below)

1.same as BLHeli_S ESC:
3.Download the latest BLHeliSuite configurator for BLHeli_32 here:
4.ImpulseRC driver fixer download:
Posted by newelectro | May 29, 2020 @ 05:24 PM | 2,465 Views
Roc hobby vtail to replace my phoenix
Posted by newelectro | May 29, 2020 @ 05:18 PM | 2,474 Views
FMS P39 Aircobra
Posted by rclad | May 29, 2020 @ 03:50 PM | 2,620 Views
I've been wanting to try Pattern for a long time, so I finally bought a used 2m Black Magic to get started. It was originally set up with a glow engine and tuned pipe. The original owner took that out and sold the plane with a Plettenberg Xtra 30-10 Evo brushless motor.

While I put that together I've been practicing the Advanced pattern sequence. I finally have the sequence memorized and flew it correctly without a caller yesterday. My 104" Extra has a similar thrust to weight ratio and wing cube loading as the Black Magic, so it's a decent substitute, for now. At least to get the sequence down.
Posted by BSteeve | May 29, 2020 @ 11:38 AM | 3,052 Views
Got the engine mounted and the cowling cut. Happy with spacing. Ignition and throttle servo next.

...Continue Reading
Posted by Rama Rao | May 29, 2020 @ 08:32 AM | 3,462 Views
I acquired this Fleetwind-60 some time last year (2019). This 1946-made engine came to me with missing gaskets and broken insulating bush in the timer assy. Also, the needle was missing. During these (relatively) leisure times I decided to restore this engine and see how it runs.

Here is the video:

Fleetwind Vintage Ignition Engine's Restoration & Running (5 min 24 sec)

Posted by GroundControlRC | May 29, 2020 @ 07:30 AM | 3,531 Views

Glue & Fly™ Series - F-22 Nano V1 - Flight #8 - It's a Keeper ;-)

Tuned and ready to see it's capability ;-)

Banggood GCRC

Here is a link to the Video:

Here are links to all the Components I chose for this Nano Parkjet:

HappyModel EX1102 13500kv Brushless Motor (1.5mm Shaft - 13500kv)

***Receiver I used (Make sure the Receiver you choose matches your Transmitter Protocol!)
Receiver 4CH Low Voltage DSM2 DSMX

***Servos (I have ordered these and the ones they sent did fit the Micro Receiver I have. These were JST-SH 1.25mm Pitch on the Connector)
2Pcs 1.7g Low Voltage Micro Digital Servo Mini JST Connector for RC Model

10 Pairs LDARC 2.5 Inch 65mm-2blades Racer Propeller(hole diam:1.5mm) M2 Screw Fixing For Toothpick FPV

I cannot find the DYS 7A OPTO ESCs any more.
I have just received this 7A OPTO ESC but I have not tested it yet.
1-2S 7A Brushless ESC High Speed For RC Airplane

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Posted by 1stGeppetto | May 29, 2020 @ 04:16 AM | 3,852 Views
Completed May of 2020. Glass over wood with finished with rattle can paint.
Posted by 1stGeppetto | May 29, 2020 @ 04:13 AM | 3,848 Views
Completed in September 2019. Polyspan covering, Nitrate Dope to attach and fill the weave, Butyrate Dope for colors.