Posted by FeiJi | Dec 09, 2017 @ 05:07 AM | 3,001 Views
I can't fly 3D yet but this is a good plane to learn on without hurting anyone.

3D EPP Sumo Clone (2 min 19 sec)

Posted by Barts_Hangar | Dec 09, 2017 @ 04:29 AM | 2,556 Views
Check out this gorgeous, rare, historic aircraft model of the Canadian Noorduyn Norseman. This model not only flies scale, but has an amazing sound too! Absolute gem - flown at the Burlington Radio Control Modellers airfield at the annual Warbirds over the Bay event. Check out the video of the flight below, and don't forget to subscribe for more :200:

Beautiful Noorduyn Norseman flight (BRCM Warbirds over the Bay) | GIANT SCALE RC PLANE FLYING MODEL (2 min 32 sec)

Posted by Tazkiller85 | Dec 09, 2017 @ 04:00 AM | 1,846 Views
Yep Les Amis,

Non... Je ne lacherai pas l'affaire. Ce quad est vraiment super sympa à piloter, pour du freestyle c'est le top ! Malheureusement ses problèmes sont plus complexes à régler que de simples réglages ... Après avoir essayer pas mal de configs différentes avec l'aide de la communauté des Tazoux, on en est toujours au même point, dernière solution anvisageable, mettre un condo sur l'alimentation, je les attends . Je continues mes investigations et bien sur, je vous tien au courant

Furibee Drakmax (épisode 2) On continue à chercher ! (11 min 11 sec)

NOTATAZ : - /20 Innadmissible !!!

Les produits présentés sont visibles ici :

- DarkMax 220 (PNP) :
- DarkMax 220 (FLYSKY) :
- DarkMax 220 (FRSKY) :
- DarkMax 220 (DSMX) :
- Condos que j'attends :

Mon matériel :
- Caméra GIT2P (casquette) :
- Caméra FIREFLY 8S :
- Caméra DBPOWER 4K (écran tactile) :
- Micro cravate (casquette):
- Chargeur ISDT D2 :
- Chargeur AOKoda 1S :
- Testeur ISDT BC-8S :
- Chargeur Balance ISDT Q6+ :
- Masque VRD2 PRO :
- Radio Jumper T8SG :

N' hésitez pas à laisser en commentaires, vos remarques sur la VIDÉO ou le sujet ... et si vous avez apprécié le montage, le contenu ou le Départ catastrophe de mon pote Inuit ! LOL... LIKEZ svp.


Leçon 1 :
Leçon 2 :
Leçon 3 :

PARTENAIRES ou Sites Utiles :

--- LES TAZOUX (groupe FaceBook) :

--- FPV PASSION (site ou appli) :

--- TUTOS FPV pour DEBUTANTS ( racers et betaflight) :


--- Picoozfran-modelisme :
Posted by myrchobby | Dec 09, 2017 @ 02:43 AM | 1,895 Views
We all know that that boaters crave for more power than cars and airplanes and ZTW has come up with a whole new way to put the power to the water – The new SEAL line water-cooling brushless speed controls for marine applications. ZTW uses new FETS that offer less resistance and less heat dissipated. Even so they added more water-pipes to increase the cooling area to dissipate the heat faster and better so as to bring a even more incredible power levels without any risk of frying the controller.

Well designed MCU with efficient code makes for faster sync and accurate control. Beside the performance they have also bring you a whole new fashion looking marine ESC.

This is their SEAL marine speed controller. Quality, performance and fashion are what they are all about.

1. Extremely low internal resistance
2. High efficient three pipe water cooling system
3. Super smooth and accurate throttle linearity
4. Over temperature protection
5. Auto throttle shut down in signal lose situation
6. Supports high RPM motors
7. Power arming protection (prevents the motor from accidentally running when switched ON)
8. New Advanced programming software

Continuous Current - 200A
Burst Current (10s) - 180A
Battery - 5-18 NC/2-6 LiPo
BEC Output - 5.5V/3A
Width - 65mm
Length - 46mm
Height - 23..5mm
Weight - 225g

Source from:
Posted by day o | Dec 09, 2017 @ 12:50 AM | 7,618 Views
...only to sit back on the bench two packs later. The first pack was spent on LOS flying during the shakedown after replacing the ESC board. On the second pack, I strapped on the goggles but forgot to turn on airmode. DOH! A hard crash upside down into some loose rocks resulted in some magnets rattling around inside motors 2 and 3. This is getting ridiculous.
Posted by Libelle201B | Dec 08, 2017 @ 11:06 PM | 30,488 Views
This is one model that requires lot's and lot's of work shaping particularly the fuselage, wing turtle deck and fuselage horizontal tail area, no easy task with absolutely minimal printed instruction. Anyways I have lot's of building experience ie decades that have guided me through this so far. The short kit quality is excellent, providing everything else for the kit is up to you along with shaping in particular the fuselage stringers on both top and bottom of the fuselage bulkheads, I bought a hobby table saw just for that. Anyone with questions is welcome to reply. More to come as I reach the final stages of the build.
Posted by old4570 | Dec 08, 2017 @ 10:53 PM | 2,690 Views
Hmmm , Yep ! ( I blame those sales )
I got me a XK X251 ( See Pic 1 ) , but this post is not about the quad ! But rather the battery and charger it comes bundled with ..
As well I am becoming a little disillusioned with many of the reviewers that are sent product on a regular basis .
So I will just have to take on the roll of the DEVILS advocate ...

If you look at Pic 2 you will notice the battery only has a balance plug , and the supplied 2s charger ( Pic 9 ) does NOT balance charge .. In fact it does a horrible job of charging and I would rate this charger @ POS ( Pic 9 ) . The only other charger I had capable of charging this battery is a half decade or more older charger that came with one of my first 450 heli bundles ( Pic 10 ... and yes it was on special ) . Now this charger also does not balance charge , but does a better job than the supplied charger ( Pic 9 ) .

I found the situation some what intolerable so decided to add a plug so I could charge VIA my hobby charger ( Pic 8 ) . The first thing to do was get out a sharp ( Thats very sharp folks ) knife to peel away the coverings of the supplied battery ( Pic 3 ) . What I had to do was get to the positive and negative terminals so as to solder on a plug . ( Pic 5 ) Generally I dont throw away plugs , I sort of collect them for just in case circumstances ( like this one ) . Pic 6

Pic 7 shows the completed job . We all know how to solder and we all know not to short the lipo ( Right ? )...Continue Reading
Posted by Jeffstar | Dec 08, 2017 @ 07:55 PM | 1,568 Views
Goblin 700 Helicopter with all running gear bind and fly just add your own battery.
Great heli flys beautiful I just don't fly it Enuff. Has a Mikado vbar and servos are
Align Bl-700 Hv Brushless motor is Align Super Power Rcm-Bl750mx 530Kv

It deserves going out flying on weekends instead of sitting on the shelf

Price $900.00 Excluding battery

GENS ACE 5000mah 12cell one stick
$330.00 paid over $400.00 only had 2 cycles thru the charger.

I am from Melb Vic

Must be picked up cod. (Will not post)

Have pics on request

Jeff attard
Ph 0422 365 666
Email [email protected]
Delahey Vic 3037
Posted by jiggz | Dec 08, 2017 @ 06:50 PM | 29,286 Views
After owning a 1/6 scale piper grasshopper for a while I have decided to do some scale work on it .

The park flyer plastics dummy 4 cylinder is a very close match for size on the Maxford grasshopper
I am planning on opening up the stock cowl to expose the dummy motor

The 4 cylinder has just enough space for my custom motor mount and my eflite power 25 (1000kv)inside .
Posted by Bajora | Dec 08, 2017 @ 06:44 PM | 24,939 Views
Kudos to Freewing for releasing a new series of smaller 64mm powered EDF jets. If the first two models to be revealed, the F-8 Crusader and F-105 Thunderchief, are any indication of how cool this series of jets is going to be, 2018 is going to be a very exciting year! The stock power system, a five bladed three cell based 64mm fan, places an emphasis on keeping the model as lightweight as possible. The thrust and power produced by the stock fan pushes the F-8 around the skies at a very respectable 60-70 MPH. Pilots who enjoy the thrill of the bash though may want a little more! FMS has a pair of eleven bladed 64mm EDFs. We decided to swap out the stock system for one of FMS' four cell 64mm fans.

The overall diameter of the FMS shroud is a millimeter or two larger than the stock Freewing shroud, requiring pilots to carefully remove a little of the foam inside the fuselage. Using a Dremel with the flexible wand attachment and a sanding drum makes short work of it. We had a Castle Creations Talon 35 speed controller lying around the hangar and so pressed it into service ... even though FMS rates their fan as needing a 40 amp ESC! Let's just say that Castle's controllers are legendary for their quality and performance ... and that they are slightly under-specced.

Here are the weight specs of both the stock and aftermarket power systems:

Freewing 5 Blade 64mm EDF Power System: Fan=2.7 oz - ESC=1.6 oz - Total weight=4.3
FMS 11 Blade 4S 64mm EDF Power System:
Fan=4....Continue Reading
Posted by burkefj | Dec 08, 2017 @ 04:43 PM | 6,950 Views
I did the wing a flat plate, with just the motor pods mounted under the wing tips, and a modified front bridge/pod that is flat on the bottom to allow the rail guides/rail to clear the bottom. A 24mm motor tube will go from rear into the front bridge, and allow the wires to route through to the receiver/1s battery in the bridge with a small plate on the bottom to cover it up made of styrene. The 24mm tube will have a coupler the full length inside to reinforce it. This will be adaptable to a pusher parkjet if desired as well.

I've cut the pieces out, 29" long, 23.5" wingspan, around 11" at the root. I'll have an angled plate on top of the 24mm tube to give it the tapered look. I did add a single vertical stab for stability.

Here's what I'm using for the initial flight CG Reading
Posted by travelwithdrone | Dec 08, 2017 @ 03:12 PM | 1,813 Views
Ladies and Gentlemen ;
we are pleased to announce the fourth edition of the competition for the best aerial video on (since 2014)This year edition, the part in competition is taken by about 21 clips submitted to us from January to November 2017. These are 21 incredible films you can know from ”the movie of the week”. So there are films of authors from the following countries : Qatar, Greece, Malaysia, France, United States, Vietnam, Norway, China, Iceland, and more. As you can see, voting in the contest will be possible from 3 December to midnight 31 December 2017. The contest will have two
stages. First one (3-15 December) is about voting for any nominated video. Only 7 videos will qualify to the second one, which will last until 31st december.

Vote Now!

Creator of the best video will be announced and awarded in January. So if you hadn’t already seen videos included here, we encourage you to watch them, and then vote for the movie that you liked the most.

The Best Drone Video 2017 (3 min 0 sec)

Posted by l shems | Dec 08, 2017 @ 01:00 PM | 5,880 Views
Make sure you open the post en click on the read more to see the all pages. Otherwise you will see page 8 as last page, and not page 16.

O previously posted some analysis on DLG design in this Blog. After some discussions about smaller than 1.5 meter wing span DLG's possibly outperforming the full size ones on the last WC in the Ukraine, I dug up my old analysis, and worked on it a little to find out if I could derive the theoretical optimum span for a DLG. That is to say: optimum for maximum airtime in still air at a fixed launch speed.

It turns out that actually the current launch speed determines the optimum terminal velocity to design the plane for. So making the plane faster or slower with respect to this terminal velocity would lower the total airtime for this launch speed. A terminal velocity of only 60% of the launch speed would be the optimum design speed for obtaining maximum airtime.

Secondly, the maximum airtime itself can be expressed in the L/D ratio and the launch speed only! So, basically speaking, just optimise L/D and you will optimise maximum airtime (for the optimum design speed that is). The expression is quite simple:

t_(flight,max) ≈ 2 / 3g ∙ (L/D)_optimum ∙ √((L/D)_optimum ) ∙ v_launch

When entering an L/D of 12 to 20, and a v_launch of 40 m/s, the still air time will be between 115 and 245, with an average 180 seconds.

Finally, the question I started with. The expression for terminal velocity that you...Continue Reading
Posted by Alex fpv | Dec 08, 2017 @ 11:44 AM | 2,481 Views
I have a spectrum serial race receiver and a dx6e transmitter and i am able to bind them but cannot get any signal from the transmitter and when I go into cleanlfight and the receiver tab and try and move the switches nothing happens but I am able to bind to it. If anybody has any ideas of what the problem is please tell me
Posted by STRYKA. | Dec 08, 2017 @ 06:35 AM | 2,607 Views
So I decided a few months ago that instead of building another racing quad, I would try and build a fixed wing FPV model (cause i liked the idea of having flight times longer than 3 minutes ). I also quite liked the idea of using Inav as it would give me GPS flight modes and an OSD with a $20 flight controller and a $15 GPS module (waaaaaay cheaper than using an EagleTree Vector or a Pixhawk and a bit more up to date than a APM board).

For the airframe I will be using a Bixler 2 cause its cheap and im familiar with it.

FPV capable
Headtracking for the FPV camera
On Screen Display (OSD)
GPS flight modes e.g. return to home
20 minute+ flight times
Not super huge and expensive

Main Components:
Airframe: Bixler 2 kit (new colour scheme)
Servos: 8 HXT900 9g
ESC: Turnigy Plush 30a
Motor: Turnigy Park 480
Receiver: Frsky X6R
Prop: Hobbyking 8x4
Flight Controller: Omnibus F4
GPS Module: Neo M8N
FPV camera: Foxeer arrow mini v2
Video Transmitter: Fatshark 250mW
Video Transmitter antenna: MenaceRC Raptor Stubby Pagoda RHCP
Posted by Saptak Rc | Dec 08, 2017 @ 06:08 AM | 2,108 Views
Please help me out to buy a edf. I have made the whole fuselage but i have no money to buy a motor or edf. Please give me a very small amount of money here
Please give me a small amount of funds here
I will be very grateful.


Posted by Saptak Rc | Dec 08, 2017 @ 06:05 AM | 2,003 Views
Please help me buy a edf. I am very poor. My plane is ready but i have no edf
Please give me a small amount of funds here
I will be very grateful.
Posted by Saptak Rc | Dec 08, 2017 @ 06:01 AM | 1,795 Views