Posted by LiqrSicc | Today @ 11:23 PM | 4 Views
2005 Harley Davidson Softail Standard FXSTI
9500 miles
No accidents, clean title, registration up to date, pink slip in hand.
Engine is completely stock and has not been modified.

$16000 obo
Local pickup preferred. Shipping on your dime. No test drives without money in hand. Let's not waste each other's time. Serious inquiries, please message me. Below is a parts list. I will NOT be parting anything out.

Kaos Kustoms custom painted tank, rear fenders, oil tank, and console
Custom 23x3.75" front and 18x5.5" rear wheel
Custom matching front and rear rotors
Custom matching pulley
Metzeler 880 and 880 tires
Lyndall front and rear brake pads
Shotgun Shock air suspension
Short fork tubes
Progressive lowering springs
Heartland USA 200mm rear kit (fender, struts, and seat)
Heartland teardrop tail lights
Kuryakn lighted rear plate mount
Kuryakn front and rear axle covers
Leatherworks saddlebag
EarthX Lithium battery
Lindby crash bar
PIAA 1100 fog lights
Arlen Ness Fusion floorboards
Magnaflow Riot 2in1 exhaust
Burly Lite clutch kit
Magnum Shielding Black Pearl brake and clutch cables
Carlini Evil Apes
Avon Air grips and shifter peg
7" Fatboy headlight and ring visor
Custom Dynamics True Beam headlight
Alloy Art mirrors
Dakota Digital speedo
Performance Machine air filter
Performance Machine custom ignition cover
DK Customs Pro Race spark ignition wires
HD flush gas cap and digital fuel gauge
Russ Wernimont console
Badlands light module
Posted by Bill M - RC | Today @ 11:18 PM | 7 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

Holy Stone HS220 review. This Holy Stone HS220 FPV RC Quadcopter Drone review includes unboxing, inspection, setup, functions, features & an indoor flight test. Outdoor flight test and other app functions will follow in part II. Flight action starts at 12:28 .

You can get this Holy Stone HS220 FPV Drone here:



Holy Stone HS220 FPV Drone review (Part I) (23 min 28 sec)

Posted by | Today @ 11:09 PM | 9 Views
Fatshark Dominator HD3 goggles are the lowest price I've ever seen - $329

Details, links and other black Friday specials here:

QuadifyRC Coupons and Discounts

Posted by JIm Masoner | Today @ 11:06 PM | 9 Views
I'm looking to purchase items from the classifieds but don't know how to contact the seller and make a offer. Can someone please help with instructions or tell me where I need to go for help. Thanks JIm Masoner
Posted by FPV.Model | Today @ 08:46 PM | 65 Views
ZMR180 V2 Mini Quad Frame Kit 4mm Arms w/PDB


Original Price: $37.99

Now: $5.99

ZMR 180 Carbon FPV Mini Quad - Full Review (10 min 31 sec)

Posted by Thomas B. | Today @ 04:09 PM | 201 Views
My friend Lutz brought this nice Keil Kraft Gipsy to our meeting.
Gummimotor Freiflugmodell Gipsy von Keil Kraft (0 min 38 sec)

Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 10:50 AM | 344 Views
Halloa guys..

a simply product tip today.. IF you are looking for your next (or first :P) micro FPV quad.. I think the ET-series by LDARC / KingKong is a very good option.. I've had one for quite a while, and they recently released V2's of that lineup..
It's available as an ET100, ET115 and ET125.. Sooooo which is THE one to get from those???

LDARC V2 ET-Series V2 Micro-FPV-Quads - Which Do YOU want?? (I'll tell you :P) (10 min 5 sec)

Posted by PittSpecial | Today @ 10:43 AM | 369 Views
How about a Hangar9 Christian Eagle 90-size! How much? FREE! Just gas to pick it up 128 miles away! The gentleman was going to throw it away in the dumpster!

Yes, it will be an Electronic RC flying model after I am done with it!
Posted by GroundControlRC | Today @ 09:20 AM | 401 Views
Field Test Flight #1 - RacerStar RS30A 30A Lite OPTO ESC

Here is a link to the Video:

These are fairly inexpensive 30A ESCs and the RacerStar Motors I have are great, so why not try some of their ESCs.
I have converted this ESC to a Non-OPTO ESC by installing a Micro SBEC (Switching Voltage Regulator) on this ESC.
This is the first Test Flight for both of these components.
I have already performed an initial review of this SBEC.
We are testing these components in our "Glue & Fly Series" F-22 Mini V2.

Here is a link to this ESC:

Racerstar RS30A Lite 30A Blheli_S BB1 2-4S Brushless ESC

Here is a link to this Micro SBEC:

HobbyKing Micro SBEC 5V/3A

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

Happy Flying!

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Posted by Amanda BH | Today @ 07:48 AM | 424 Views
Thanks for all Brotherhobby customers support.

Thanksgiving and to the classic, so we made some item at discount price
Returner 2306R5 ( Deadpool and Red Hulk ), Returner 2207 R5, Speed Shield 2207.5 and Venom 2206

More details, you can send email to me ( )
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Today @ 06:33 AM | 470 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Ouf ! Mais pas déséquilibré !!! Je vous présente aujourd'hui un chargeur que j'ai en test depuis plusieurs jours, voici donc le D6 DUO PRO de chez Hobbymate. Pour ceux qui cherchent un chargeur balance complet et performants, c'est l'outil idéal . Une alimentation AC et DC, deux emplacements de charge pour batterie de toute sorte, un chargeur sans fil pour smartphone, une sortie USB, un gros ventilo et une entrée mini USB pour les MAJ ... Donc, WATT ELSE ? LOL ... Que demander de plus ? SI peut être qu'on aurait aimé avoir quelques câbles avec, en plus du câble d'alimentation. A part ça, rien à dire de mauvais sur cet appareil qui fonctionne à merveille et j'estime qu'il vaut son prix si on le compare à l'ISDT D2 . En bref, un incontournable pour ceux dont le budget le permet .

D6 DUO PRO Hobbymate - Chargeur lipo Duo Polyvalent - Watt Else ! (29 min 7 sec)

NOTATAZ : 19/20 Il vaut son prix !

Les + : Double Lipo, Charge smartphone wireless, Double alimentation, précis et complet .
Les - : Pas de cables lipo ...

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

CODE COUPON DE 20% pour le chargeur (106€ après remise) ! --------------------------- Tazkiller20off -------------------------------------
- D6 DUO PRO :
Autres produits Hobbycool déjà présentés :
- Comet 5" :
Produits à venir Hobbycool :
- METEOR 5&...Continue Reading
Posted by alex111 | Yesterday @ 11:15 PM | 609 Views
One of my favourite RC tug boat it's huge!!!!!
Posted by DismayingObservation | Yesterday @ 07:10 PM | 683 Views
...and revisit a damaged model at a later date. Works every time.

After doing precisely that regarding the damaged little Harbor Freight P-51, the damage isn't all that bad. The canopy suffered a couple of wrinkles and the underside of the cowl area is little more than a "scraped chin," easily repaired. I thought for sure that I had destroyed the model. It hit asphalt, but I might have been able to pull back the elevator far enough to avoid little bits of EPO scattered all over.

Instead, I do believe I can fix it.

First things first and that will be the removal of the wing spar and restoring the dihedral. Once I attach a new prop and collet, I'll try again.

I was going to take it apart last night and now I'm glad I didn't.

As for the crash damaged homebuilt "Sparrow," I'm told that I should have it back by Saturday, repaired and with additional rudder area. I also have a bit more info on the glider in the photo below.

It was built by a gentleman named Arlo Larson, an engineer whose most recent work includes the development of both fiberglass and carbon fiber blades for wind turbines. My friend Buzz who gave it to me never flew it; he saw it cleaned up and flown for the first time this past Saturday. I solved the sticky folding prop blade problem easily enough by hogging out the mounting holes with a hobby knife.

I also have two gliders by Mr. Larson, one of which is an incomplete "Bird of Time." I can say with confidence that Mr. Larson is a top notch builder! A canopy for that multicolored model is being whittled out by Buzz.
Posted by mystifried | Yesterday @ 03:44 PM | 773 Views
I am currently assembling a Reichard kakadu, that I have had for a while. I am not an experienced builder , I have built a couple of planes from plans, and a number of RTFs . I am however struggling a bit with the elevator assembly on my kakadu.

I cannot seem to get the elevator bowden cable to align well enough with the control horn I want to put on the elevator. The angle seems all wrong. I have put the cable inside a sleeve to reduce latency, and I wonder if this may be the problem.

Any suggestions would be gratefully received.

Posted by clifford11 | Yesterday @ 02:21 PM | 803 Views
Posted by DutchRC | Yesterday @ 10:55 AM | 899 Views
Halloa guys & girls

in case you follow my YT channel, you probably know I like the GepRC brand.. I've had quite a nr. of quads / frames from that company.. So far they have all had a smart design and the materials used were of good quality (probably an understatement)..
And today.. I came across a new 3 inch quad that comes with a Runcam Split 1080P recorder Stock :|
Not only that.. the frame has a really smart design IMHO.. It has more room-to-spare in it then most 5 inch quads have

Link to this new quad: GepRC CX Cygnet 145 BNF or PNF

Some pictures then...

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Posted by KiwiBoater | Yesterday @ 09:19 AM | 937 Views
My Custom SR48 so far