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Posted by Blaze.45 | Jan 07, 2010 @ 01:05 AM | 11,185 Views
Can't argue with a decent summer day, a good barbeque on the "beach", a good dog... and swooping over your friends in a raft with your FPV plane.

FPV - Puget Sound (3 min 29 sec)

Posted by Blaze.45 | Jan 22, 2009 @ 02:49 PM | 11,342 Views
It's not much, but it's home. South Seattle.

Casual Sundays (2 min 43 sec)

Posted by Blaze.45 | Oct 21, 2008 @ 07:03 PM | 12,704 Views
Used an old Microsoft Wireless mouse base as a platform for a tilt/pan camera on my Big Wing EZ. It works great and is also aerodynamic. Another great feature is that I can transfer it into any other plane or RC car in a snap.

The zip ties are really not needed, however I just keep them on as a precaution.
Posted by Blaze.45 | Nov 08, 2006 @ 07:37 PM | 14,557 Views
Here ya go Jason, actual pics taken with my lower resolution camera. It's in excellent working condition, jut has some cosmetic flaws.

Posted by Blaze.45 | Oct 01, 2006 @ 11:08 PM | 15,031 Views
My new MJ... Little Screamer Purple Peril powered. 6x5.5E APC. I was lead to believe the motor was a PJ, but was disappointed to find it was a PP after all. But I'm still happy with it.

Fast? Yeah. Fastest it can go? Not yet. This little baby disappears into the sky pretty fast. Blinking is almost too much time to take your eyes off of it

Paint job is a little off, but its just preliminary. I gotta find a good scheme first.

Posted by Blaze.45 | Jul 25, 2006 @ 05:56 PM | 15,134 Views
Lunchtime at a good ol park.

Tried to drown out the wind sounds with some music and tweaking...
Posted by Blaze.45 | Jul 19, 2006 @ 05:51 PM | 16,095 Views
Did some lunchtime flying with a co-worker. Awesome camera this is. Get it you must. Good times you will have.
Posted by Blaze.45 | May 11, 2006 @ 12:06 PM | 16,245 Views
Okay, for the people that needed help with hooking up Electric Power Batts to a Hyperion LBA6 leads... here are some Tutorial pics.

Please ALWAYS pay attention to the polarity in which you hook up your batteries to the balancer. Of course the balancer has safety features that protect you against reverse polarity... but there is no better safety practice than to train yourself.

This is for 2s only...

The reason being is because from 3s to 2s there are some minor differences in construction that could get people confused.

I will finalize the pics and procedures for 3s tonight when I take a closer look at my setup. I'm at work right now.


PS: As with all "How-To's"... I need a disclaimer here. If you don't know jack about lipos and safety... then you shouldn't be doing this or using them in the first place.

I or dealers or ANYONE but yourself assume no responsibility for your actions in participating in this "How-To" mod. Please be responsible and safe.

Posted by Blaze.45 | Feb 24, 2006 @ 11:10 AM | 16,168 Views
Testing (Awesome Pic huh )