Posted by Tazkiller85 | Today @ 05:02 AM | 420 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Le compagnon des vacances ! Je vous présente aujourd'hui le test du MJX BUGS 7. Ce dernier né de la gamme MJX, petit et pliable, ne salira pas la réputation du constructeur. En effet, on connait maintenant la fiabilité des engins de cette marque, qui fait un effort cette fois, sur la qualité de la résolution de sa caméra. Un bon capteur qui permet de ramener de belles photos et quelques petites vidéos souvenir à condition de rester en plan fixes. Oui, les images sont jolies, mais le manque de FPS (max 25) ne permet pas d'avoir des images lisses et fluides en mouvement. Ce sera selon moi son seul vrai défaut car pour le reste, c'est un excellent petit engin ! Que ce soit pour s'initier en toute sécurité, en indoor ou dehors, ou pour ramener quelques souvenirs de vacances, ce petit appareil photo volant tient ses promesses, pour un prix plus qu'attractif ! Bon Film et merci à tous pour votre soutien .

MJX BUGS 7 Drone GPS 4K 245g - Review Test Démo - Petit, pas cher et efficace ! (37 min 24 sec)

NOTATAZ : 18/20 Pour le prix, Bravo MJXRC !

Les + : Facile à transporter, Bonne autonomie, Pilotage fluide et réactif, Positionnement précis, Résistant, Mise en route simple, Portée correcte, Photos très propres, Fiable .
Les - : Caméra non stabilisée et orientable seulement à la main, Manque de FPS .

- MJX BUGS 7 (Tomtop) :
- MJX BUGS 7 (Cafago) :
- Pièces détachées B7 : Reading
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Today @ 04:51 AM | 435 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Presque parfait ! En effet, si on lui ajoutait une petite stabilisation numérique pour les images HD (EIS), il serait Perfect ... Une superbe conception pour ce petit dernier de chez iFlightRC, le ALPHA A85 mélange la facilité d'utilisation et de pilotage d'un Tinywhoop avec la possibilité de ramener des images HD de très bonne qualité d'un Cinéwhoop. Les réglages d'origine sont pas mal mais je pense qu'on peut encore affiner les PIDS pour encore plus de fluidité. Un châssis et une canopée très résistants en plastique ABS moulé permettront aux débutants de s'initier sans risquer de le casser aux premiers chocs. L'électronique est fiable et performant des moteurs au bout des antennes, en bref, pas grand chose à lui reprocher ! Il sera disponible en plusieurs version (Digital, Turtle et Loris) pour des budgets toujours raisonnables. BRAVO IFLIGHT ! Bon Film et merci à tous pour votre soutien .

iFlight ALPHA A85 4K 60fps - Review Test Démo - Le mini Cinewhoop ! (34 min 39 sec)

NOTATAZ : 18.75/20 Excellent !

Niveau : Débutants et Confirmés
Les + : Original, Bien conçu, Belles finitions, Bien réglé sortie de boite, Très résistant, Bonne autonomie , Facile à piloter, Image FPV propre, Image HD 4K 60fps, Bonne réception VTX ...
Les - : La télécommande Caddx aurait été la bienvenue, prochaine étape, la stabilisation numérique j'espère ?!...

- ALPHA A85 ( Chez iFlight ) :
- Alpha A85 w/Turtle ( Chez iFlight ) : ...Continue Reading
Posted by Helen_AGFrc | Today @ 04:07 AM | 538 Views
Good day, Everyone!

Today I would love to bring you our hot selling products, GY01.




Application:1/8, 1/10, 1/12 RC Drift Car


High Stability Gyro

Competition Grade Drifting

Aluminum CNC Case


◆Shell Material:AL6061

◆Weight: 10.4g

◆Dimension: 25.7*24.7*9.5mm

◆Operating Voltage: 3.7-8.4V

◆Current Grain: 20mA/6V

◆Operating Temperature: -10℃+50℃

◆Input Signal:PWM(50-333Hz)/SANWA SHR

◆Output Signal:1520uS(333Hz)

◆Control System:PID Control System

Operating Instruction

Dial Switch Setting

SW1: Servo output signal setting: Digital/ Analog
Note: Digital signal only for digital servo, if use analog servo,it could damage because of heat.

SW2: Normal/ Reverse setting, change the servo direction.

Signal Input Mode

1. PWM(50-333Hz)suitable for most of remote control system, while do not plug in the gain wire, the gyro’s

potentiometer can be used for gain adjustment.

2. SHR suitable for Sanwa remote control system

For more info, please feel free to contact me at [email protected]
Posted by old4570 | Today @ 12:25 AM | 909 Views > Something new and tempting !

What Protocol ?
Posted by Joey mchenry | Yesterday @ 10:06 PM | 1,090 Views
I have a drone that works perfectly fine on betaflight but as soon as I disconect usb from computer no lights or anything or no arming either
Posted by rockbus | Yesterday @ 08:14 PM | 1,145 Views
This is from the Scale Soaring Forum. Not My ideas but want to show them so I do the same.
Posted by mlilasic | Yesterday @ 04:01 PM | 1,537 Views
Review of ToolkitRC M6D 500W 15A High Power DC Dual Smart Charger Discharger for 1-6S Lipo LiHV Lion NiMh Pb Battery

My new charger from Banggod just came. Its ToolkitRC M6D, 500W 15A High Power DC Dual Smart Charger Discharger for 1-6S.
Great thing is that it has 2 independent channels for charging two batteries of same or different kind at the same time and that for great price.

It supports all popular kind of rechargeable batteries like:

...Continue Reading
Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 11:56 AM | 1,867 Views

DustOff Flight #20 & #21 - RC Converted Chuck Glider - Weeeee! That's Fun ;-)

Banggood GCRC

Here is a link to the Video:

Time to blow the Dust Off of this Converted RC Chuck Glider ;-)
Well, I'm glad I took this Converted Chuck Glider with me to the Field as I'll fly it in any Wind ;-)
The Wind Forecast was for 3mph (5kph) and the Wind was actually 6-11mph (10-18kph).
This Converted Chuck Glider handles it just fine ;-)
I'll have to take it out sometime when I have 15-20mph (24-32kph) wind to see how this Glider, which has no Gyro, can handle that ;-)

You Can Help Support Us By Using Our Affiliate Link To The Product Below. A small commission (At No Cost To You) helps us buy more items to review.

Here is a link to the Playlist for this RC Converted Chuck Glider:

Here are links to all the components we used in this project:

48cm Big Size Hand Launch Throwing Aircraft Airplane Glider DIY Inertial Foam EPP

DYS BE1104 1104 Brushless Motor 5400KV 6500KV 7000KV 2-3S for 100 120 150 RC Drone FPV Racing Multi Rotor - 7000KV

2 Pairs Gemfan 3025 PC Propeller CW/CCW For 1104 Motor 120 150 160 RC Drone FPV Racing Multi Rotor

2.4G 4CH...Continue Reading
Posted by PittSpecial | Yesterday @ 10:54 AM | 1,906 Views
Hello good people!

This adventure starts over at:

Some mods:


Tuesday early morning was perfect conditions for the maiden flight of my Hobby King SLICK 3D, 1300mm wing span and tipping the digital scale right at 4.1 lbs using the larger GFORCE Elite Series 4-Cell, 4,000mAH, 30C, Lithium Polymer Battery pack. The model without any battery pack tips the digital scale right at 3lbs - 7 ounces.

The SLICK did fly for it's very first flight using the lighter 3-Cell, GEN ACES 2600mAH, 45C, Lithium Polymer battery pack that brought the model to under 4lbs, however, it needed full throttle to take off but, once airborne I was able to throttle back and the model got to step with good airspeed.

Therefore, the model in total flew for 4 flights, two with the 3-Cells and another two flights using the 4-Cells packs.

At the time, I really didn't know why the model at times made an unsolicited nose down movement during level flight and passing the pilots station which of course was much more noticeable. It performed excellent Knife Edge flight without any coupling and Cuban 8's were effortless and a pleasure, especially with the 4-Cell battery packs.

Using the 3-Cells, I noticed that I could fly the model for over 6-minutes as the AMP draw was much less than 30-AMPs and about 250 Watts using that Wooden Master...Continue Reading
Posted by RCLCP Podcast | Yesterday @ 09:34 AM | 1,952 Views

Welcome to Episode 3!

Today we discuss some of the new rc gadgets that came in the mail, some of the products we use regularly, and of course, share how our projects are coming along. Be sure to tune in and hear about our recent outings and how those went for us.

You can reach us at:

Email: [email protected]

F-book: RC Lawn Chair Pilots

Twitter: @RclcpP

Instagram: @rclcp_podcast

Soar Utah Event

St George Electric Festival

NEAT 2020

BEST 2020

SMALL 2020

FrSky Transmitters

ACCESS Receivers
Posted by Mirec46x | Yesterday @ 08:45 AM | 2,179 Views
Flying at Bando spot in CZ feeeeeew days ago. Really nice place to fly. I flew few times throught that old bando but at the end I crashed due to lost vtx signal and the video didn´t save But I have great memories from there
I found this place at

Drone Spot #5: CZ Bando flying. #fpv #drone #fpvdrone (2 min 24 sec)

Posted by Justwingit | Yesterday @ 08:19 AM | 2,339 Views
So this was a recent sport flight over the mighty Mojave Desert !
Tower Hobbies Cherokee EP 43.2" wingspan - Sport flight over the Mojave Desert! (10 min 15 sec)

Such a nice, honest flying plane - it's a shame they discontiued it...

Enjoy the flight !
Posted by Mandy Chen | Yesterday @ 04:42 AM | 2,385 Views
Enjoy the ride with Land Snail 930 Electric Skateboard!

Riding in different conditions and different roads.
Posted by Dynam RC Detrum | Yesterday @ 04:42 AM | 2,383 Views
A batch of Tomcat G30CC motor coming !🤟''G'' equal ''gas''

Delivery your door in 2 weeks :

Posted by alex111 | Yesterday @ 04:26 AM | 2,500 Views
My Queen Mary 2
Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 04:07 AM | 2,544 Views
Assembly has started !
I am at the point where I have to think about the power plant ( motor ) .
Front section is only tapped on for the picture .

Ailerons needs doing !
Motor / ESC / Battery for CG and power .
The fuse seems tolerable for weight , but that wing is a house brick !

I have a motor , and I will have to test it first . I need thrust and a fair bit of it to haul this house brick !
This plane is not going to fly slow . And I thought the Super Kinetic was heavy !
Posted by ricocncparts | Yesterday @ 04:02 AM | 2,546 Views
Polyurethane Foam, Polyethylene Foam, Extruded Polystyrene Foam (XPS), Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) and Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA), insulation foam and similar types of foams are widely used for mould making, statues making, big 3d signs making.
A big size CNC router or a CNC robot with a big long foam mill bits can do these kinds of foam milling job. But how to choose the foam cutters? And how to set rpm specs?

Usually, two kinds of foam mills widely used, ball end and flat end. Flat end foam router bits widely used for foam cutting, rough cutting, ball end foam router bits widely used for foam cutting, finish carving.
For fast milling, you can choose a big diameter shank and CEL foam bits.

How to set the specifications?
The big foam bits RPM designed is 7000-10000RPM.
For EPS foam milling, we suggest setting the spindle RPM at 8000RPM. It is good for the machine cutters and can get a good surface finish.

For example, cut 80mm thickness polystyrene, we suggest twice cutting, one path cut 40mm thickness, running 8000rpm, feed rate at 150mm/Sec.
If you cut 80mm thickness once, run 8000rpm, feed rate should be within 70mm/Sec. Please try it.

Other information for reference:
I usually mill with these bits at about 7,000 rpm, and 70 inches per minute. It depends on the foam. I usually set the feed to 70 ipm, since that is the fastest I want to run the machine. Then do a test cut, and turn the rpm down until the foam cutting sounds good, (sort of a slicing sound)...Continue Reading
Posted by mundirman | Yesterday @ 12:04 AM | 3,030 Views