Posted by ZTW William | Apr 12, 2018 @ 09:39 PM | 2,758 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

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Posted by Aarons14bugs | Apr 12, 2018 @ 09:21 PM | 2,679 Views
I've tried many and got only one successful flash-ready hex file. The one I am using is blhoop and does give me pretty decent acro. I've seen others that supposedly include other attractive features such as PID settings, dual flight modes and battery telemetry. These would be very welcome additions but I cannot for the life of me find any that are ready to be flashed through the ST Link Utility. I tried messing with the silverware and the ?Kelly? program without success. This is more of a last resort before I just settle for what I got. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Posted by lawrence4 | Apr 12, 2018 @ 08:58 PM | 2,040 Views
I flight it again yesterday.
Then do some modified on center reinforced,use 3mm x 3 mm wood stick,and change motor to 2204 1400kv, propeller 6045 with 10A ESC, DSM2 6ch receiver,setup with devo 7e, battery dualsky 2S 300mAh.
Be a present to my friend for fun.
Posted by lawrence4 | Apr 12, 2018 @ 07:48 PM | 1,869 Views
Posted by racedouge1 | Apr 12, 2018 @ 07:17 PM | 10,961 Views
I'm so glad Horizon and Great Planes are one in the same, I can now do this too.
Like my Cub I'm now a proud owner of a 30cc Ultra Stick, And like the Cub...That's right it gets an O.S. GF40 four stroke gasser.
Unfortunately The GF40 is about 150 to 160 grams heavier than a Evolution GT33 . No big deal...A little lead in the tail fixes that right...No
The GT40 has the carburetor on the back of the engine and it extends the prop hub another inch and three quarters past the GT33 witch is a whole lot of nose weight.
Solution...I'll cut two inches off the nose of the fuselage...No big deal, But I really don't want to buy a roll of that ugly a$$ green Ultracote to fix it.

Does anyone know if the GF40 will run mounted sideways...
Posted by | Apr 12, 2018 @ 05:28 PM | 3,819 Views
I've just completed my review for the Babyhawk R 136mm (3 inch version). Although at first I didn't find anything about the specs of this micro quad that great, the way that they come together means that is is much better than the sum of it's parts.

Further to that the PIDs that are supplied by Emax are really good and allow me to fly much tighter in proximity with more confidence.

The robustness of the frame, the well thought out components and community support make this little quad pretty easy to recommend to a micro quad newcomer or FPV drones in general.

Of course being a lightweight 3inch you also have more confidence flying in smaller areas where it is much more quiet and less frightening to on-lookers than 5" or larger quads.

Check out my review here:

Posted by 1nspectorGadget | Apr 12, 2018 @ 03:19 PM | 2,488 Views
MJX Bugs 3 MINI Drone Review | One of the Best No Frills Flyers | Repair Tip (19 min 52 sec)

MJX has released several awesome drones with brushless motors and you might as well add the Bugs 3 Mini to that growing list. I had a bad crash back in December while trying acro, so I had to repair one of the arms. I share how I fixed it in this video.
Posted by Aarons14bugs | Apr 12, 2018 @ 07:39 AM | 2,445 Views
Is it unorthodox to store 1s lipo batteries in parallel all at 3.8v? I find it convenient, just wondering if it's a no-no.
Posted by Ginger1977 | Apr 12, 2018 @ 05:18 AM | 1,438 Views
Hi all.
I am new to this forum just wondering if anyone can help. I have a kyosho gs11x engine that is in desperate need of a new pull start mine has completely broken☹ does anyone know where I could get one or do you know what other pull start that can be mounted. Originally I was told that a kyosho gs15 would fit but have been told otherwise after purchase. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Posted by FPV.Model | Apr 12, 2018 @ 04:35 AM | 2,385 Views
€20 OFF on Betaflight Backpack at EU warehouse!!

Our backpacks are now ready to ship from EU warehouse.

Faster shipping and VAT-inclusive price! Hurry..the sale ends May 12

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Posted by mukeshdelano | Apr 12, 2018 @ 02:03 AM | 1,452 Views
How do I boost charge a dead 7.4v 3300mAh li-ion battery? it was not used for a m onth and drained.
Posted by CGReload | Apr 11, 2018 @ 11:38 PM | 3,015 Views
I decided to add weathering detail to the beautiful FMS 1500mm Razorback.
Posted by CGReload | Apr 11, 2018 @ 11:37 PM | 2,835 Views
Decided to make the Spitfire pilot figure more scale by using modeling clay and painting it to scale....Continue Reading
Posted by CGReload | Apr 11, 2018 @ 11:33 PM | 3,817 Views
I decided to mod a second Spitfire of the 1600mm Flightline series to a later "Clipped Wing" version. Tail was completed using an Eflite Carbon Z Cub rudder.
Posted by CGReload | Apr 11, 2018 @ 11:31 PM | 2,805 Views
Edited the pilot figure to look more realistic and scale. Also added weathering to the plane itself.
Posted by Jack Crossfire | Apr 11, 2018 @ 10:12 PM | 3,234 Views
You always had a hard time finding your place in this world, haven't you. Never knowing your true worth. You couldn't settle for less than an ordinary life. You feel like you were meant for something better. Something special.
Posted by ww2collector | Apr 11, 2018 @ 09:08 PM | 27,115 Views
So.....I went to the Hamburg show last month and found a really nice Glass and Foam F18 Kit. The Seller had a price of $50 on it.....and I couldn't understand why it wasn't sold. I looked it over and bought it without any reservations. It appeared to be a pusher kit. After coming home I researched it and found it was a G&P Sales F18 Pusher Jet Kit. I have a G&P Sales P-38 Kit and knew what I had purchased was a great deal. Kit price with shipping to the East Coast for the F18 is $380.00!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Next....there was a 1/4 scale Gee Bee R1 missing wings, but with the center section and Landing Gear/ Wheel Pants.... I believe it is from the Wendell Hostetler plans. Price was $175 and kept getting marked down. I bought it for $40 and as I'm wheeling it out, the typical R/C Morons are making comments like " Now all you need are the wings". Considering the cowl sells for $80 I can only laugh at the idiotic comments from the peanut gallery. It's always the ones with NO creativity that feel it necessary to remark about the ones that do have it!!!!!!