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Posted by Wendyyyy | Aug 03, 2019 @ 01:08 AM | 2,310 Views
Do you want to change the #FPV camera on your quad but couldn't do due to the only mounting size like 19x19mm?

Are you confused that your #frame has only 20x20mm mounting hole or only 30.5x30.5mm mounting hole, so you couldn't use some new ESC combos?

Are you worrying that the capacitor on the back of the quad may be damaged in a crash then cause the quad burn in the air?

And do you want to protect motors from a crash to reduce your loss?

Now #HGLRC Sector #freestyle frame gives you all the solutions.

- 5", 6", 7" options
- 19x19mm and 22x22mm cam mountings in one frame
- 20x20M2, 30.5x30.5M3 mounting hole in one frame
- Motor protection
- Capacitor slot protection

View more spec of Sector frame:
Posted by beechbum | Aug 02, 2019 @ 11:58 PM | 2,319 Views
Mig mains and nose with replacement nose strut.
Posted by steve wenban | Aug 02, 2019 @ 11:13 PM | 2,519 Views
each day I get a little closer to finishing ,but still got a lot to do
Posted by Capt jk | Aug 02, 2019 @ 05:33 PM | 2,265 Views
Hi all,
Thought I'd share this. I was recently presented with a flag which was flown over Omaha Beach, Normandy. I had it framed along with a blood tube full of sand I collected from the beach, seemed to turn out well.

I am very fortunate to be stationed over here, and try to share the experiences I am privileged to be able to be a part of. The history in Europe is unparalleled... I try to preserve momentos like this as a reminder of those who sacrificed before us.
Posted by TMacFPV | Aug 02, 2019 @ 05:06 PM | 1,960 Views
Want to fly in “interesting places” yet have some concern about losing your Micro FPV Quad if you do? Flying near mountains, over forests, or even over water and capturing amazing videos would sure be fun, right?!? What happens though if you lose video or worse, your radio control link? 😲 That could be a scary thought! No worries! Today, we go over when you lose video you can have your Quad return to you with just the flip of a switch! Or, how about if you lose your radio control link, your Quad returns to you automatically! Sound too good to be true? Here we cover how to setup Betaflight GPS Rescue mode both on a switch AND using the Failsafe option so you can fly anywhere freely with no worries at all and demonstrate its use during two test flights!

Posted by Capt jk | Aug 02, 2019 @ 02:27 PM | 1,973 Views
Here is a quick pic while waiting for parts to arrive. I'm working on dry fitting the framework, and soon will be doing some plankwork. Next I will be creating access hatches and lightening the overall frame.🇺🇸
Posted by Reckless_fpv | Aug 02, 2019 @ 12:42 PM | 1,760 Views
Posted by Herb | Aug 02, 2019 @ 12:28 PM | 6,469 Views
The new MiG-17 edf is made I think by AF-Model, and distributed by Hobbyking under the Avios brand,

It is also available as a kit, which does not include retracts or sevos :

A whole bunch of spare parts are listed here :

Some interesting features of this one are the custom retracts (with custom controller) and the use of (presumably more reliable) 11 x 9g analog servos.

The MiG-17 is made by AF-Model ("Air Fly Limited") :

The full-scale MiG-17 has a wingspan of 9.63m and a length of 11.26m :

whereas the model has a wingspan of 120cm and a length of 142cm, which gives an approximate scale of ~ 1:8.0 .


Edit : Videos added from & after the maiden Sat. Aug 17 2109


MiG-17 Avios Evening Flight - 4K UHD (3 min 36 sec)


MiG-17 Fresco by Avios - WeMoTec Evo 90mm fan (3 min 15 sec)
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Posted by LemonC | Aug 02, 2019 @ 11:10 AM | 1,453 Views
TBS Source One v.2 Another Broken Arm (0 min 59 sec)

another broken arm on my TBS Source One v2, at least the third in two weeks ive been flying it... :/
Posted by GroundControlRC | Aug 02, 2019 @ 11:05 AM | 1,387 Views
Flight #13 - King Kong/LDARC Tiny Wing 450 - Fun Flight ;-)

Here is a link to the Video:

This item is courtesy of Banggood.
I thought this Tiny Wing would make for an excellent Micro FPV Wing ;-)
It has several flight modes; 6-axis, 3-axis, and manual.
It's made from EPP Foam which should make it extremely durable ;-)

It's Flight time!

Get one today from Banggood!

Here is a link to this Cool Micro Wing:

KINGKONG/LDARC TINY WING 450mm Wingspan EPP FPV PNP With Flight Control

Here is a link to the Micro SBUS DSM2/DSMX Receiver I used:
(Note: I changed the connector on the Flight Controller & Receiver to a Servo Connector)

MOY DS801 DSMX DSM2 Mini Compatible Receiver with SBUS PPM Output

Here are links to some LIPOs that should work as I could not find the LIPO I used:
(Note: This is based on the stated Spec/Dimensions/Weight of the LIPOs, I do not have these so I cannot confirm this is accurate)

Gaoneng GNB 7.4V 450mAh 2S 80C/160C Lipo Battery JST Plug

URUAV 7.4V 450mAh 80/160C 2S Lipo Battery JST Plug for RC Drone

KINGKONG/LDARC FLY EGG V2 100 RC FPV Racing Drone Spare Part 7.4V 450mAh 80C Lipo

See you in the Air!

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

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Posted by basslord1124 | Aug 02, 2019 @ 09:03 AM | 1,716 Views
An update to the FT Edge build process. The fuse is starting to take shape now! I also talk about the different glue I am using...Titebond. Plus sharing any other little tips, tricks, and issues that I have encountered so far.

FT Edge: Build Intro Part 2... fuselage, using Titebond glue, and issues I've come across... (11 min 55 sec)

Posted by McNasty | Aug 02, 2019 @ 08:50 AM | 1,304 Views
I have been flying Airplanes for 25+ years and Helicopters for 15+ years.

Currently flying larger Gassers, small foamies and 80MM EDF's. Love them all. Each one has its own characteristics. Some of my old 4 strokes are still in use on 15+ old airframes.
Posted by Fidy$Trainer | Aug 02, 2019 @ 08:48 AM | 1,540 Views
This is my primo build. Highly recommend if your looking for a light agile 2" that looks super cool and flies awesome.

GEPRC 12a 4-1 AIO FC
1104 6000kv motors for power 1103 7500-8000kv for lighter more balanced flying.
Runcam Nano2 camera with optional adapter. (get two they melt deform and break causing jello after 20 or so flights)
AKK Nano2. Not recommend because it's too large. Get the Eachine Nano or HGLRC Nano, get the 20*20 you printed stack from banggood for the TBS Nano to mount the HGLRC or eachine stack.
With these motors the toothpick 65mm props don't work. I use the GF 2540 there awesome but the Emax AVAN 2.5" props are better. On a 2s GNB 450 they get about 4minutes. This setup is designed for a 3s 550 GNB for blistering performance.
To get smart audio solder up green wire from vtx to tx1 on FC go into BF under ports setup urart1 on periphials to TBS SmartAudio.
Video wire from camera goes to Vi(Video In). Video wire from VTX goes to Vo(out) on FC.

Setup current sensor to 210 on BF

Let er rip tater chip!
Posted by VicT | Aug 02, 2019 @ 06:40 AM | 1,957 Views
The Valiant 1.3 Landing Gear (E-flite - Valiant 1.3 Landing gear set - 4955) can be used on other models with a little modification. I have purchased (under $15) and installed about 8 so far in Apprentices, Timbers, and Turbo Timbers. The gear comes with screws and a tailwheel that fits the Valiant. The gear might be on backorder and I had to wait a few weeks for my latest shipment. If you are looking for one of the best SAFE intermediate sport designs purchase the whole model (with the AR636 RX) as it’s my favorite plane to instruct with. It is slightly smaller, faster, and more aerobatic than the Timber but can land slow with the nice flap design.

For the Turbo Timber remove the screws that secure the stock landing gear. I put all the wheels, legs, springs and parts in a large plastic baggy. This way you can trial fit the Valiant gear into the battery bay without interference. The U shape portion of the gear is designs so that the battery can fit between the legs. I put the U shape all the way aft in the battery bay and secure it with low temp hot glue. If you need to remove the gear then use 95 percent alcohol and a small brush to break the bond. For my original Timber (that does not have the 4 carbon fiber reinforcement tubes) I made up some balsa ply sides to reinforce the foam fuselage. These sides support hardwood so the included screws can be used to remove the landing gear for float gear installation or for belly landings.

The wheel...Continue Reading
Posted by scousethief | Aug 02, 2019 @ 06:39 AM | 3,419 Views

Eachine NANO VTX is simulated 5.8G ISM band transmission with stable output power,long transmission distance and strong power filter.It can ensure that the image has no snowflake,no stripes under the maximum throttle situation.

Meanwhile, Eachine NANO VTX has remote frequency point control of remote control OSD interface,does not interfere with fellows when powered on,and support 8 peoples above flying at the same time super function.

Brand Name: Eachine
Item Name: NANO VTX
Output Power: PIT/25mW/100mW/200mW/400mW Switchable
Control Mode: BFOSD Control(RX)/Button
Video System: NTSC/PAL
Antenna: IPEX
Size: 14MM*15MM*4MM
Weight: 1.5g

- 5.8GHz 48CH FPV transmitter
- 5V input voltage
- 25/100/200/400mW power switchable
- Support OSD configuring via Betaflight flight controller

Frequency Table(Mhz):
FR/CH CH1 (○○○) CH2(○○●) CH3(○●○) CH4(○●●) CH5(●○○) CH6(●○●) CH7(●●○) CH8(●●●)
Frequency A(○○●) 5865 5845 5825 5805 5785 5765 5745 5725
Frequency b(○●○) 5733 5752 5771 5790 5809 5828 5847 5866
Frequency E(○●●) 5705 5685 5665 5645 5885 5905 5925 5945
Frequency F(●○○) 5740 5760 5780 5800 5820 5840 5860 5880
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Posted by lawrence4 | Aug 02, 2019 @ 05:34 AM | 1,691 Views
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