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Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 10:11 AM | 23 Views
Halloa peoples

a what?? "fast forward cruiser"?? I have flown the quad 4 times by now and that is what it brings to mind..
Other quads Might (might!) be faster, but not for long.. I have not flown a quad before that can sustain high speeds for as long as this GepRC can

Link to this quad: GepRC CL7 Crocodile PRO-version

I will obviously do more then one video on this quad, but to give you an idea.. Here is my LOS maiden of it

GepRC CL7 Crocodile - LOS Maiden.. aka Beast Mode :P (10 min 45 sec)

wheelbase: 315mm
base thickness: 5mm
material(s): Carbon fiber, allu standoffs, TPU prints
flight controller: GepRC Span-tower PRO
ESC's: 50A all-in-one BLheli32 DShot600
motors: 2306 1600Kv
propellors: DalProp Cyclone 7056C x3 (1 spare set)
FPV camera: Runcam micro Swift or Runcam Split 2S
VTX: 25-800mW 5.8Ghz
Lipo: Hyperion 2400mah 6S G8 HvLi (not included)
OSD: yes, Betaflight
smart Audio: yes
buzzer: yes
LED's: nope
spare props: Yes. 1 spare set
Posted by J0972 | Yesterday @ 11:39 PM | 102 Views
1/24 Scale ECX Barrage Belt Drive Mod (2 min 40 sec)

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This is a belt drive mod for the 1/24 scale ECX barrage. The stock truck lacks the torque and low speed control to crawl. The stock gear ratio is 5:1, this mod will make it 10:1. Besides the 3D printed parts you will need a few #12 rubber bands and two bearings that have an OD of 8mm an ID of 3mm and a thickness of 4mm. This does not require any permanent mods to the truck.

Thingiverse has a 24 hour hold on new members posting files. They should be available on 3/24.
Posted by Geoff Potter | Yesterday @ 10:21 PM | 108 Views
Hobby shop Bob my flying buddy , asked me to have a look at his 120 Magnum FS cause it wouldn't even fire let alone run . What a disaster , jammed valves , cam followers , ring , bearings were dreadful . Rust everywhere. Took ages to get apart , the gudgeon being the hardest to get out , I thought it would be the inner cam bearing as usual but came out quite well. Had to rebush both ends of the rod, make a new pin , grind the crank pin , re profile the cams grind the ends of the cam followers to clean up , reseat the valves after grinding the faces . Had to be careful with the valves when grinding them as the stems below the heads were well pitted with rust , but they seem quite strong so refitted them . The ring was stuck in the groove so soaked it in Chemcarb overnite and after a deal of fiddling I got it out with out breaking it , but made a new one anyway . Put it all together and it's a very nice engine now , runs and pulls very well , little worried about the carb as the barrel had a lot of rust type build up on it , but cleaned and polished and it does all the right things on the bench . Ugh , I've written all this and now I've lost most of the pics I took !!!!
Posted by Bill M - RC | Yesterday @ 09:32 PM | 114 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

GepRC GEP-CX Cygnet review. This GepRC GEP-CX Cygnet, 115mm 2 Inch RC FPV Racing Drone with F4 20A 48CH RunCam Split Mini 2 1080P HD is AWESOME. Watch this to believe it. Flight action starts at 17:21...Enjoy.

Get this great Geprc GEP-CX Cygnet 115mm 2 Inch RC FPV Racing Drone with coupon code: Drones6 here now:
IF you can wait until 25 March, I may even have a special coupon code for you that I have applied for :-)

GepRC Cygnet review - Simply the best early 2019 release (28 min 10 sec)

Posted by racedouge1 | Yesterday @ 08:53 PM | 123 Views
I've smeared a few planes in my time flying models, But this is the craziest one yet. Astro Flight 020 4 turn in a converted sloper. A 26' P-51 Dago racer. I hit a metal picnic table awning at well over 150+ Funny thing is...That's the motor after the crash. Motor mount, Still glued in. Motor shaft, Not bent. Prop, Not broken. Spinner, Missing and the other half of the the screw is broken off in the prop nut. Speed controller, Missing also. Crazy right.
Posted by BDOG1 | Yesterday @ 06:31 PM | 141 Views
A classic NorEaster romping up the east coast today and tomorrow.
Wrap around winds coming off Lake Ontario from the North West with rain changing to snow ,temps dropping from the 40's to mid 20's.......
Yup It's time to Slope

I cruised around with my Windrider Swift for around 45 minutes until my gloves wet through and my hands got cold,I thought "gee I would rather fly in snow than rain......
Was going to pack up and go home when the snow started {and + 22 mph winds }
Cant go home with out flying in the snow one more might be the last snow till next winter....probably not

Out we go with the Heavy Dan Wing ,ripped it up and down across the face of the hill as the squalls came through ,what a blast, didnt even feel cold wet hands and all .
I should have put my goggles, I let it get to far out around the lip of the hill and it got blown over to the back side ..
Oh well - soft landing in a tree .
I will retrieve it tomorrow ,my gloves should be dry by then
Posted by Leadchucker | Yesterday @ 05:07 PM | 145 Views
Actually got off my butt and stated cutting sticks again. Plus I had other projects on the bench that are now cleared. Just a couple pics of a new build of Gilbert Shumman's 1938 Rambler with an O&R .60 for power and she's going to fly in SAM O&R Sideport event.The engine in foreground is a mean,nasty snarling large intake/exhaust made in 1949 which was the last year of production for the sideport .60.

I had a Rambler a few years ago which I regrettably gave to someone who had a bugeyed passion for her then decided he didn't want it and sold to someone else. She was all setup with an O&R, ignition system and radio sans the RX. That will teach me I suppose....Continue Reading
Posted by TMacFPV | Yesterday @ 03:21 PM | 160 Views
Would appreciate your opinion - 1st attempt at answering question: “What’s the best motor for . . ?” Simple 5-Step Method & 1st Edition Micro FPV Motor Chart with 33 different motors ranging from 40 mm – 3 inch prop support and 2S – 4S. Looking👀 for your feedback on both the 5-Step Method & the Chart. Well-versed & experienced pilots may have this stuff down pat, yet others may not. Thought this could help some folks out, as at least a reference. Your thoughts please?
Micro FPV Race Drone Parts Motors (9 min 20 sec)

Posted by dpb56 | Yesterday @ 11:08 AM | 224 Views
When I view the owner's manual for the 14SG, the throttle curve graph always shows the throttle stick (vertical line) on the left side of the graph. When I open this screen on my 14SG the throttle stick (vertical line) appears 25% from the right hand side of the graph. When I move the stick, toward full throttle, the vertical line only moves to the point which is 25% from the left hand side of the graph. I don't understand why the throttle stick doesn't initially appear on the left side of the graph, on my transmitter screen, and why the throttle stick travel across the graph is only about 50%. Your advice is needed!
Posted by Nicolai Valenti | Yesterday @ 10:38 AM | 241 Views
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This is our new concept for a long-range fixed-wing UAV. 

The benefits of having a long-range UAV in search and rescue operations as well as in urgent transportation of blood and medicines are astonishing in terms of costs and effectiveness.

Surveillance operations and mapping are also two sectors where a similar air vehicle is essential for an efficient and fast survey.

From aerodynamic simulation: Speed range 20-30 m/s 

                                                 Max payload 1.5 kg

                                                 Range: 600km (depending on payload and wind, using NCR batteries)

                                                 Power consumption 22 - 40W

                                                 High stability.

Wingspan is 1.8m, making this drone easy to transport with any vehicle. 

We work to take into the market something that may improve the services also in developing countries with big land fields and under-developed street networks.

Soon the test phase will start,

if you are interested in this project please consider subscribing to the mail list:

For any information about this UAV contact: [email protected]
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Yesterday @ 09:43 AM | 249 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Volez SANS CASSER !!! Je vous présente aujourd'hui un nouveau Dongle USB pour pouvoir s’entraîner ou s'initier sans risques au pilotage de racers FPV. Facile à brancher et à mettre en route, ce petit accessoire vous permettra de connecter n'importe quelle radiocommande sur votre PC, sans câbles qui vous obligent à rester proche de votre écran. En bref, ce n'est pas la seule possibilité pour ce connecter à un simulateur mais c'est une de celles que je préfère car il suffit de copier un modèle existant dans votre radio, sans réglages supplémentaires, et vous êtes prêts à piloter ! Bon Vol à tous ...

Dongle USB Simulateur FPV - Review Test Démo - UN Dongle pour toutes les radiocommandes ! (20 min 59 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17/20 Pratique et fonctionnel !

Niveau : Débutants et Confirmés
Les + : Facile à brancher, Compatible toutes radios, Rapide à mettre en oeuvre.
Les - : Seul le PPM est dispo .. (ou le filaire)

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- Dongle USB Simulateur ( coupon rchobbies8 ) :
- COUPON spécial X220HV (7 dispos jusqu'au 31 Mars) pour qu'il fonctionne vous devrez décocher la case cadeau (Gift) ... CODE : Tazkiller85
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BIENTÔT en Vidéo:
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Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 07:56 AM | 275 Views
Project - "Glue & Fly Series" Nano Backyard/Indoor Plane Status #1

Here is a link to the Video:

OK, I decided to take on this side project as I have wanted an Nano/Micro Backyard/Indoor Plane for quite some time and I wanted to be sure it could carry a Micro FPV System so I decided to try and design one myself ;-)

This is Ground Zero, my Prototype of what I envision for this Plane.
It's much smaller that I had in mind so I think some upward scaling will be in order ;-)
I have already build this Airfram 90% so I'm going to complete this build and perform the Maiden Launch as a learning process.
I stated "Maiden Launch" and not "Maiden Flight" because I do not expect this Prototype to actually fly or at least not fly well.
Stay tuned as I work my way to, hopefully, designing, building, and flying a well behaved Nano Backyard/Indoor Plane ;-)

See you in the Air!

Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Rinse & Repeat!

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Posted by lalisaisabella | Yesterday @ 01:22 AM | 321 Views
Installation and Set-up
Please make sure that the inflatable is operated by trained operator(s), a trained operator is one that has been instructed in the safe operation of a particular inflation device and has completely read all instructions provided by the manufacturer of the ASTM recommended operations of inflatable structure devices
Tie Downs ( ASTM recommendation)
1.All air supported devices shall be anchored per manufacturers requirements.
2.All ground stakes/anchors shall be of sufficient depth to prevent movement of the device at the maximum allowed operational wind speed.
3.No more than two tie down ropes shall be attached to any one tie down stake/anchor.
4.All tie down ropes/straps attached to the device must be used.
5.In lieu of tie down stakes/anchors, a minimum of 75 lbs weight must be attached to each tie down. The weight used shall be of sufficient amount to prevent movement of the device at the maximum allowed operational wind speed.
6.In lieu of tie down stakes/anchors, sand bags, water barrels, metal weights may be used. No concrete or cinder blocks will be allowed.
7 . No tie downs to motor vehicles shall be allowed.
8. Ropes, tethers and tie downs shall be sufficiently strong enough to prevent breakage.
9 The recommended size is ½ “ solid-braided polypropylene with a tensile strength of 3700 or 370 lb test rated.
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Posted by dsquad | Mar 21, 2019 @ 11:33 PM | 342 Views
Here is a video comparing 6 antennas in 3 different frequencies, 4 test per antenna and frequency combination.

FOXEER FPV Antenna Lollipop V2, Lumenier AXII Long Range Antenna, Team Blacksheep TBS Triumph FPV Antenna, MenaceRC Raptor Antenna, Makerfire FPV Antenna Circular Polarized and Spedix Pagoda 2

FPV Antenna Shootout II, carefully designed test for six different antennas (8 min 14 sec)

Posted by Fitz Walker | Mar 21, 2019 @ 09:01 PM | 404 Views