Posted by GroundControlRC | Jun 08, 2019 @ 08:33 AM | 560 Views
Test Flight #2 - Volantex Super Cub Flaperons

Here is a link to the Video:

Time to test the Super Cub MOD we performed by replacing the single 9g Servo with two 4.4g Servos and programming Flaperons.
Here we go ;-)

Here is a link to the Tutorial for installing the Servos and Linkages:

Here is a link to the Plane:
Upgraded: New batch comes with Integrated flight control with self-stabilization function

Volantex 2.4G 4CH V765-2 765-2 Super Cub 750mm Sport Park Flyer RTF

Here is a link to the 4.4g Servos used in the Tutorial:

Turnigy™ TGY-1440A Analog Servo 20T (V2) 0.8kg / 0.10sec / 4.4g

See you in the Air!

Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Rinse & Repeat!

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Posted by TMacFPV | Jun 08, 2019 @ 07:42 AM | 525 Views
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Posted by Tazkiller85 | Jun 08, 2019 @ 04:53 AM | 569 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Trucs Astuces et Système D ! lol ... Dans cette petite vidéo je vous donne quelques une de mes astuces bricolage et je vous parle de mes projets et réalisations . Bon Film à Tous .

Trucs Astuces Projets et réalisations - La valise mystérieuse - !!! (20 min 45 sec)

NOTATAZ : là c'est à vous de me noter ! lol

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

- Pince à bec :
- Pince coupante :
- VTX03 :
- Buzzer mini :
- Caddx Turtle V2 :
- Chassis Trashcan :
- Support TPU HD Mobula7 :
- Batterie 450mAh GNB :


- Creality 3D® Ender-3 Pro V-slot :
- Lunettes EV200D :
- FIMI X8 SE 403,08€ ( COUPON BGFIMIX8SE10 ) jusqu'au 15/6/2019 :
- Caddx Tarsier HD :
- - Caddx Ratel (coupon BGFRcaddx530 ) 26.56€ jusqu'au 30/6/2019 :

Mon matériel :
- Caméra Firefly 8S :
- Stabilisateur smartphone ZHIYUN SMOOTH Q :
- ONEPAA X2000 Caméra :
- Caméra DBPOWER 4K (écran tactile) :
- Micro cravate (casquette): https://...Continue Reading
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Jun 08, 2019 @ 04:51 AM | 553 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Ça envoie des Watts .. Et des Ampères !!! Dans cette vidéo, j'ai décidé de vous présenter deux de mes chouchous High-Tech . Une mini PowerBank 10 000mAh avec écran LCD ainsi que les nouvelles oreillettes bluetooth BLITZWOLF ... Après environs 3 semaines de test, j'en conclus facilement que ces deux produits ont un excellent rapport qualité prix ! Bon film à tous .

Blitzwolf® BW-FYE3 ET AINOPE 10000mAh LCD PowerBank ! News et Prévisions ... (16 min 49 sec)

NOTATAZ Globale : 18/20 Puissance en Watt et en Amp !

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

- Oreillettes BLITZWOLF (Chine ou France ) :
- AINOPE PowerBank 10 000mAh :
- AINOPE PowerBank 20 000mAh :


- Creality 3D® Ender-3 Pro V-slot :
- Lunettes EV200D :
- FIMI X8 SE 403,08€ ( COUPON BGFIMIX8SE10 ) jusqu'au 15/6/2019 :
- Caddx Tarsier HD :
- - Caddx Ratel (coupon BGFRcaddx530 ) 26.56€ jusqu'au 30/6/2019 :

Mon matériel :
- Caméra Firefly 8SE :
- Stabilisateur smartphone ZHIYUN SMOOTH Q :
- ONEPAA X2000 Caméra :
- Micro cravate (casquette): Reading
Posted by wattechighland | Jun 08, 2019 @ 04:00 AM | 625 Views
ハッチあわせ面の反対側(外側)とwtcあわせ面の反対側(内側)にそれぞれカーボンロービン グ

ハッチの強度は十分になったがwtc側はまだ撓むので、カーボンプレートを貼り付けて再補強し た。

Posted by frank4wing | Jun 08, 2019 @ 02:35 AM | 534 Views
Sunset Cruise with the Armattan Gecko and the Caddx Turtle, this time on 3S instead of 4S, went faster than expected.

I set the Turtle from 60 to 30 FPS for a change. For that golden hour look I reduced blue significantly in the editor. The sound is recorded from the Caddx and heavily filtered as usual.

Armattan Gecko Sunset Rip (4 min 24 sec)

Caddx Turtle v2 settings:
Runcam M12 glass lens.
Exposure EV-0.3, Saturation 6, Sharpness 4.
Firmware 2019/01/24 -

Armattan Gecko 3" frame -
Caddx Turtle v2 -
Runcam M12 glass lens -
T-Motor 1408 3750KV -
FrSky XM+ Receiver
Foxeer Lollipop -
Gemfan Flash 3052 Props -
Torcster 3S/850mAh
Posted by old4570 | Jun 08, 2019 @ 01:54 AM | 704 Views

Hmmmm , Sales !
Posted by Bill M - RC | Jun 07, 2019 @ 10:13 PM | 615 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

MJX Bugs 4W B4W 5G WIFI FPV GPS Foldable RC Drone With 2K Camera on a Single-axis Gimbal Introduction - Review COMING SOON.

You can get this MJX Bugs 4W B4W 2K 5G WIFI FPV GPS Foldable RC Drone here now:

MJX Bugs 4W B4W review introduction - 2K 5G WIFI FPV GPS Foldable RC Drone With Single axis Gimbal (1 min 29 sec)

Posted by Libelle201B | Jun 07, 2019 @ 07:19 PM | 606 Views
It's been a while but I have started taking a thermal glider along when I venture to our hill if the wind isn't to strong, maybe 15 mph max. Surprisingly the slopers fly ok with about 10-12mph but you will be hugging the slope with very little altitude, luckily there is almost always some thermal action going on and you can take advantage of that for more altitude and aerobatics. Today was supposed to be south wind 10-15mph. When I got there the wind had switched pretty dramatically, it was blowing about 10+ mph out of the west. No big deal, just go to the west face of the hill. I got some time in with the Slope Runt, the Falco and the Malibu which was I think originally designed for slope with a fully sheeted wing, but the later open frame wing version is thermal and slope. Lift wasn't great but enough. Here I need to go back a bit in time. I had flown the Malibu for the first time several months ago on a pretty breezy day and apon launch it was clear something wasn't right, she balloned up alarmingly and immediate down stick was needed to get her into level flight to prevent a stall, with my left hand I fed in down trim, a lot, while pushing forward on the stick till she started flying somewhat level. I flew a few more times with lot's of down trim. Going back a lot further ie about 50 years in time I now know why Malibu #1 crashed on it's first flight, it did the exact same thing as Malibu #2, only this time I had the experience to prevent disaster. Back to now....Continue Reading
Posted by DismayingObservation | Jun 07, 2019 @ 05:45 PM | 605 Views
Some real props are due to my dear friend Jeff out in northern Georgia.

Jeff is not a hobbyist, but he enjoys the work and the blogs I do here and elsewhere and he coined an interesting new synonym for an R/C model plane.

"Clanger." After all, do model planes not crash - or clang - on occasion?

Therefore, it's my pleasure to update my blog with a progress report on the newly christened Rat Clanger.

The engine was a wee bit gummy, although some WD-40 and a bit of exercise with an electric starter loosened it up. The glow plug was good, compression nice and high and the carburetor worked freely.

The engine is an O.S. Max 28F two-stroke from the 1980s. Most of the patina is likely from sitting rather than use and it looks perfect on this model. I've had it for about four years and heaven only knows when it had last run. Today would be the day that I would connect the fuel tank and throttle rod from my test stand, set the carb and give 'er a go.

That little O.S. fired up with a small blip of the starter and idled beautifully! It even ran up to full throttle perfectly. Here was an engine which was at least thirty years old returning to life as if nothing had happened. That's a real testament to the quality of O.S. engines and now I feel confident to proceed!
Posted by paladin-34 | Jun 07, 2019 @ 03:31 PM | 421 Views
this year I have 4 planes to maiden; FMS Me109F, Flite line f4u-1 corsair, Extreme Focke Wulf 190 A, Black Horse Macchi202.

FMS Me109 arrived with 2 stripped flap servos, and the spoons on the elevators bent in opposite directions so far that even full elevator deflection would not bring them to neutral. I had one of these in 2012 and I left it in the car all summer and the foam got brittle. i replaced the servos with slightly bigger ones, then left the plane in the car all day. surprisingly we got enough sun to bring them back enough to encourage me so i pre stressed the spoons and in about a week they were acceptable.

test flight was uneventful i forgot how light this plane was. i added the zip tie mod and have a vibration at top end so don't think it gained me anything. so at some point i will probably replace the long blades with the short ones with no zip tie

Flite line f4u-1 corsair - I had this plane for ever it seams. initially hooked it up to the blue box and all was good w the world. then as the months rolled by the reports of blue box failures started to come in. having a little experience with circuit boards and a flight line spit I made sure the E,A, and R all went directly to the rx. when the rain broke I took it to the field and the flaps would not work. to test that I did not have the tx setup wrong I plugged the flap plug from the blue box to the aileron rx and still nothing. so back home I ran the flaps directly to the rx and looked up which lg...Continue Reading
Posted by JohnVH | Jun 07, 2019 @ 02:48 PM | 616 Views
Crashes, ROG, Tricks, Formation, Hand catches, Enjoy!!

Flying FUN!! H-King High Performance Paramotor! From HobbyKing (8 min 3 sec)

Posted by vtach688 | Jun 07, 2019 @ 10:29 AM | 459 Views
Got a new video on the J3 cub with onboard flight footage.

Great Planes J3 Cub ARF (4 min 22 sec)

Posted by Bill M - RC | Jun 07, 2019 @ 07:20 AM | 522 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

These Makerfire FPV Race Hoops are great for indoor Whoop Racing. I show unboxing, quality, dimensions and a short video of these being used for indoor tiny whoop fpv racing.

You can get sets of 3 of these Makerfire FPV Race Hoops here:

Makerfire FPV Race Hoops review & rc share - Whoop racing (3 min 49 sec)

Posted by wattechighland | Jun 07, 2019 @ 06:26 AM | 627 Views

樹脂の硬化待ち時間にdive planeの造作も行う。
スケグのようなところにdive planeを設置するので、側面に0.5㎜厚のFRP板を貼り付けて、ホーンが
カーボン繊維を撚ってから平らにしてあるので、リンケージの穴を空けても裂けることはないはず 。
Posted by tigman | Jun 07, 2019 @ 06:06 AM | 469 Views
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