Posted by DBSkyout | Sep 03, 2018 @ 06:03 PM | 3,645 Views
Gimbal Testing (4 min 52 sec)

Posted by dmrcflyr2 | Sep 03, 2018 @ 04:02 PM | 11,789 Views
I guess I can follow up last last entry with another awesome Saito in line twin engine. This one is on loan to me for videos and break-in. Enjoy.

Saito FA-100Ti FIrst Run Video #2 (9 min 13 sec)

Posted by Eddie P | Sep 03, 2018 @ 03:43 PM | 14,141 Views
Since such a variety of quality ARF's are available these days, it made sense that my next project would be a little different than my typical EDF or warbird. What didn't make sense to some of my buddies was the choice of a C-150! Granted. It's not a jet, it's not fast, it's not much of what I'm usually flying. But what it has, it's got in spades. I'll identify this quality as "freedom" - for now.

Why freedom? Well, it's probably because I associate the American General Aviation (GA) movement from the 1940's through the 80's as the ultimate expression of personal freedom. My earliest recollections of general aviation are from growing up in East San Jose CA. We had a little airport south of our home that was on the driving path toward the local shopping mall. The mall was where my big sisters used to like to go, so they could look at all the horrible fashions on offer in the late 1970's. As a 4 or 5 year old boy this was not a good thing. But as soon as I realized this little airport would be in view, both coming and going, I could endure those shopping trips. There were so many Cessna, Piper, Bellanca, Beechcraft and Taylorcraft aircraft (among others) parked along the road side fence at that airport, it was like a visual overload for a kid like me. All the colors and shapes - so unique and different than the “off- limits” airliners and drab military jets I was more familiar with from airshows and airport days (my father worked for a major airline and...Continue Reading
Posted by Bloudy23 | Sep 03, 2018 @ 02:22 PM | 1,235 Views
Anybody got a 60 size Hanger 9 Ultra Stick for sale?
Posted by genebarb97 | Sep 03, 2018 @ 12:13 PM | 1,717 Views
Skyhero x-class racing drone


Posted by mercedes77 | Sep 03, 2018 @ 10:55 AM | 1,145 Views
hi yall
it seems like im not the only one who is having trouble connecting my jyu hornet 2 transmitter
RN13. to the pc software. the famous lines of" youre not connected properly or it is not one of our products. aircraft connects ok. windows 7. jyu's
information on this is none existent. i dont know how many drivers ive downloaded but ive lost count. fed up now. its getting binned. jyu are not interested they just want your money. if youre thinking of getting one of these dont bother unless you understand the workings of the pc fraternity. as youll need to know more about the pc world, than the rc world.
dont say you havent been warnef
Posted by biglombo | Sep 03, 2018 @ 06:04 AM | 2,316 Views
Old bridge, purple sky and matty flip | fpv freestyle | racing drone (1 min 51 sec)

More than 4 months ago I found an old bridge, the sky was purple and I did a matty flip...a pretty good day!

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Posted by Charles Wang | Sep 03, 2018 @ 04:58 AM | 2,748 Views
Couldn't wait to see you at booth No.715, The westgate, Las Vegas, Incorporating Drone World Expo on October 1-3.
We will showcase our new commercial drone at this event!
Please e-mail to [email protected] if you are interested to become an EWATT distributor.
Posted by Kambalunga | Sep 03, 2018 @ 03:57 AM | 18,902 Views
Summer party airfield Weinheim 2018
Twilight flying with the Pilatus B4.
Pilatus B4 (4 min 29 sec)
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Posted by phil alvirez | Sep 03, 2018 @ 02:14 AM | 7,212 Views
after many radios and attempts to catch up, i have awaken to the fact that if you dont sit down and seriously consider what you want, is more likely that will stay on the roller coaster of the manufacturers/sellers of radios and electronics and keep buying their latest release-even if you dont need it (or cant use it!).
it has happened to me. i have so many radios that i will never use because i just wanted that new feature or promise that this new thing will solve my problem and at the end of the day, programming it was a headache and couldnt make it work. the 'experts' advice is useless because, or they really dont give a hut, dont give it, or is intended for some with a masters degree on radio electronics for wizzards on models-that i am not. and also that those 'experts' never get tired of talking me down as i were retarded. and manuals dont explain in detail all the steps to accomplish the goal. as exceptions, there are a few real experts that provide great help, but rarely all the details, and the multitude of devices that supposedly help to get something just make life even more complicated.
if you find yourself in this predicament, you understand my point of view. but if you are an expert in electronics, with many years of full training on all these issues, you will not. we are 2 completely different groups as far from each other as if we were from a far away galaxy. something like those from "3rd rock from the sun". if you have watched the show you will understand.
so here we are: keep buying any release, or stop buying that new gimmick that promises the solution to your situation and awake to the fact that you are hooked to the never ending craze of consumerism created by sellers. your choice.
besides...after all, i have everything i need for doing what i want!
Posted by old4570 | Sep 02, 2018 @ 11:56 PM | 2,720 Views

For Review I have the Quelima A3s from Gearbest

The A3s came with 3 mounts , two permanent style mounts and one gator style of mount . Also there is the USB power / Data cable and instructions .

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Posted by rclad | Sep 02, 2018 @ 11:24 PM | 3,483 Views
See the latest entry in my IMAC log here.
Posted by JureZ | Sep 02, 2018 @ 11:19 PM | 24,297 Views
finally , everything was aligned for a great day of aero towing.
finished and tested the tow release mechanism mounted on the Sky Raiders chuck glider converted to RC.
prepared the twin Bixler 3 , now using APC 9x7.5 props , and installed the landing gear..

using 3S LiPo battery, measured a 40 A peak total current , i.e. 20A at full throttle on each motor , in static test.
10 pound test mono-filament line about 30 ft long.
A red ribbon , looped many times over , did the service of the parachute at the end of the tow line.
The tow release mechanism was home made, can be seen in detail in the video posted below.

of course had a lot of assistance, mainly from Sean and Vishwas.
With Sean we took care of proper CG placement and trimming.
Sean flew the glider and I flew the tow plane.
Vishwas was the ground camera boss.

here is the video:
Baylands Aerotow - Movie (3 min 34 sec)

Baylands Aerotow - Movie (3 min 34 sec)
Posted by lawrence4 | Sep 02, 2018 @ 10:10 PM | 2,060 Views
Vertigo rolling circle both sides (2 min 21 sec)

Inefficiency battery and motor is perfect for my weak eye sight and slow hand .
Posted by GBLynden | Sep 02, 2018 @ 07:31 PM | 2,980 Views
This RC Plane Crash is Bill's Maiden Flight with the Freewing Mirage 2000C V2 Tiger Meet 80mm EDF Jet.

RC Plane Crash - Freewing Mirage 2000C V2 Tiger Meet 80mm EDF Jet Maiden Flight With Bill (4 min 14 sec)

The RC Jet Crash was a good learning experience for Bill and he is optimistic about what he learned and how he will apply it to future flights with this delta wing Freewing 80mm EDF Jet.
Posted by Cloverdale | Sep 02, 2018 @ 07:18 PM | 1,466 Views
Attached should be instructions for Sagitta 900. I hope it helps someone. I plan to upload every set of destructions that I still have. Through the years and impulse purchases, I've had a few completed ships that I needed instructions or plans. I hope to be able to share as much as possible with everyone interested. Let me know if there any problems with the file.
Posted by vic48 | Sep 02, 2018 @ 07:13 PM | 1,335 Views
The 33rd Annual London Bridge Seaplane Classic
November 9th 10th 11th, 2018
Pre-Register On-Line September 1, 2018, through October 21, 2018

Includes a free T-shirt of your size, a plaque, 2 Pilot Raffle tickets and an assigned pit station. Entry Fee $50.00

Registration On-Line October 22 through November 1

The website Registration Process will be removed after November 1st. After October 21st
T-Shirts will be available (price to be determined) but sizes may be limited, plaques will be free plus 2 Pilot Raffle Tickets.
Pit Stations will be first come first serve.
Entry Fee $50.00

Registration On-Site November 9 and November 10

T-Shirts may be available, but sizes will be limited, plaques will be free plus 2 Pilot Raffle Tickets.
Pit Stations will be first come first serve.
Entry Fee $60.00

The cutoff date for pre-registration is necessary so we can order T-shirts to size.

Desert Hawks controlled RV overnight dry camping is Free

For those of you traveling in RVs Free (dry camping) Parking will be available on Wednesday and Thursday, November 7 & 8 at the Desert Hawks RC Club Facility (Sterling Field) in SARA Park and on Sunday evening.

Thursday Evening there will be a Trail End Cookout and Night Flying event at Sterling Field.
For those of you interested please email Ed Heil [email protected]

State Parks controlled RV overnight dry camping is available at $20.00 per night

Fee-based overnight dry camping will be available
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Posted by Pierre_de Loop | Sep 02, 2018 @ 04:45 PM | 3,288 Views
I took the kids fishing today and made a little opportunity for myself to do some pond flying with the Aqua Star. My daughter was good enough to take some video too: