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Posted by PittSpecial | Dec 11, 2011 @ 11:11 PM | 6,621 Views
Okay good people!

I am posting this rather early as I understand many start traveling to visit family and will be extremely busy with all the arrangements so, like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and praying for a better Economy for the coming 2012.

Here are some pictures of my tall 12 Foot Christmas Tree and outside lights and cho choo train with sound system.

Have a Safe and Happy time with family and close family friends!

Christmas 2011 in Orlando Florida 12-11-2011 (1 min 9 sec)

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Posted by PittSpecial | Dec 10, 2011 @ 08:25 AM | 7,406 Views
After a nice XMAS picnic with the gang at work, I could not resist and went to fly at the my work sponsored RC Club field (KARS) which is adjacent to the picnic area and since I had my models in the Car already...

First went up was my Park Zone T-28 “Navy” that has flown and been in my hangar for over 3 years now. It has been though a lot but, still in pretty good shape and the last time I flew it was this past August 2011. The reason for it be grounded was because of a sudden noise coming from the STOCK and original motor and landed the model dead stick without any damage or incident.

Earlier yesterday morning I was able to remove the motor and observed that the rear securing ring at the end bell had seemed to slip off causing the motor to separate some and this might be the cause of the noise so, therefore, nothing really is wrong with the Stock original motor. However, I had already planned to change out the motor and decided on using the “new” Park Zone 15 (950Kv) that comes with the new Park Zone Spitfire Mk IX.

I went ahead and installed a new Park Zone 15 (950Kv) brushless motor and while swinging the Master Airscrew 3-Blade 10 X 7 X 3 and using some new Turnigy 3-Cell, 2200mAH, 25C, Li-POLY the AMP Meter indicated 19.8 AMPs at Full Throttle position with a whopper of 232 Watts!

Being that the model is exactly 6oz. heavier due to the larger Park Zone 15, the wind did not bother it in the least and it flew spectacular and I was able to command it to perform...Continue Reading
Posted by PittSpecial | Dec 07, 2011 @ 10:09 PM | 7,780 Views
My cousin did something with the rare RC Boat that I gave him about one month ago.

Known as the Ninja by OK Models. He however did not use the Brushed motor because he does not have a Brushed ESC so, he used an Airplane Brushless motor instead.

I gave it to him because I knew he would enjoy it more than if I would sell it over in the internet such places like eBay. As a matter of fact, I found the identical boat over at eBay that sold for almost $40.00 plus shipping!


Well, here is my cousin's Video:
The little boat that could (2 min 1 sec)

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