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Posted by Yowoo Linda | Today @ 12:59 AM | 17 Views
HRB 22 2V 6S 5000mah (1 min 16 sec)

Posted by Ultra3DP | Yesterday @ 11:40 PM | 297 Views
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Posted by JureZ | Yesterday @ 11:15 PM | 321 Views
this is the blog entry for the powered launch dolly.

Starting from a toy RC car, I modified it into a motorized dolly.

here is the video of the first day launching the PZ Radian at the Bayside RC Club.

Motorized Dolly launch - Movie (0 min 29 sec)

Posted by parajared | Yesterday @ 10:47 PM | 333 Views
Good ol’ 2.4 control and 5.8 ghz video
Upgraded 2.4 and 5.8 is shaping up to be my all-time favorite link. It’s not that great when used within a few miles of houses (wifi emissions I think) and not that great when used in it’s plain ol’ vanilla form, but upgrade it up a bit, go out into the wilderness and it works impressive enough that I would call it “long range” gear.

Why I like it:
-Telemetry: I like my “high precision variometer” beeps and I like audible warnings over OSD warnings. I have had a heck of a time trying to make a variometer work worth a darn with 1.3ghz video and that kinds seals the deal for me as a soaring pilot.
-channel choices: 1258mhz in my area is almost always fuzzy/unusable. If 1280 is in use by another pilot or just plain getting stepped on by an outside source then it’s time to pack it up. 5.8 always has something that’s working.
-antenna gain and antenna size: while it’s possible to mount high gain 1.3 antennas on your head it’s a much more manageable to mount high gain 5.8 antennas like the pepperbox on your goggles instead.
Why I don’t like it:
-range: I can never get my 2.4/5.8 gear to go as far as my 433/1.3 gear
-fuzz out: while 1.3 ghz tends to fuzz away before you lose your link, 5.8 will be go from rock solid perfect to dead hard snow in a heartbeat. It’s very sensitive to having anything between you and the airplane.

Ranges I am seeing at 600mw:
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Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 10:41 PM | 353 Views

AF link to product page

If you hate AF links = https://www.gearbest.com/rc-quadcopters/pp_767496.html

I ordered the FuriBee H801 from gearbest before Christmas and at last I have time to have some fun .

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Posted by GBLynden | Yesterday @ 09:16 PM | 390 Views
This is the Unboxing for the Freewing F-105 Thunderchief 64mm EDF Jet I bought from Motion RC. I unbox it and go over the basics including a engine and control surfaces tests.

Unboxing Only - Freewing F-105 Thunderchief 64mm EDF Jet RC Plane (6 min 11 sec)

Posted by Tony Almeida | Yesterday @ 07:47 PM | 466 Views
iX3 rippin (3 min 37 sec)

Posted by aben71 | Yesterday @ 07:40 PM | 554 Views
Been working on this little quadcopter lately,this is a pnp model so requires some soldering skills to install a receiver and pc program setup in Betaflught to get it going fun little project during the cold winter days
I got the Leader 120 here https://www.gearbest.com/brushless-f...pp_663416.html
Posted by Watageek | Yesterday @ 06:45 PM | 569 Views
I have not tried to remove the notch filter on the F1 FC, since the Dynamic filter feature is not supported on F1.

Assuming there is relatively low/no noise in blackbox log, would it give any benefit (less latency obviously) that will outweight the possibility of burning motor.

Just asking

Anyone have thoughts/ experiences to share
Posted by UpNup | Yesterday @ 06:39 PM | 577 Views
Little things mean a lot. Weight creeps up. Things begin to skew. But some little things look awesome and are worth the effort.

The seat back for the Ford Flivver is not mentioned anywhere. I made a template and found some black sheet called leather. To get a quilting effect, my wife sewed seams across lines I’d made. These help the back look better than just painting brhind the pilot figure.
Posted by winchdoc | Yesterday @ 06:20 PM | 637 Views
The "chemotherapy side effects " are here in full force.
Weird thing is I moments where everything is ok, and I can eat without trouble.
coupla more days of this...
Posted by toothferry | Yesterday @ 03:55 PM | 684 Views
Looking for airframe only orange and white
Posted by toothferry | Yesterday @ 03:41 PM | 720 Views
I am looking for airframe only
Posted by rosik89 | Yesterday @ 01:42 PM | 798 Views
We thought we make a combo housing for the diversity, in this case the 1,2/1,3GHz and the 5,8 receivers are permanently connected. But thats not a problem because while using the 5,8GHz modules the 1,3GHz modules are automatically turned off.
Here's a render of the 2 housings.

Link to main post here:


Posted by Old_Pilot | Yesterday @ 10:10 AM | 959 Views
Another variant........27" WS x 43" OAL with a 90 mm fan and fabricated nacelle....Flew her about a week ago.....she's a bullet...need to turn the throws down and the expo up......video when the snow melts and it gets above freezing
Posted by DutchRC | Yesterday @ 10:05 AM | 938 Views
Halloa people

yesss.. all them nice speedy brushless quads are great offcourse! Lot's of fun
However.. everybody has to start somewhere so I felt like reviewing something more entry-level this time..

And.. no real surprice: it's a brushed quad.. it IS a bit bigger then most of them though..

Link to this quad: XK X130-T brushed FPV quad WITH acro mode

And.. here is My review of it

DutchRC - THE beginner FPV Quadcopter?? The XK X130-T (32 min 6 sec)

framesize: 130mm
frame material: carbon fiber
frame thickness: 1.5mm
motors: 1020 brushed
propellors: 66mm (4 spares)
battery: 700mah 1S 25C
VTX: 5.8Ghz 25mW 32 channels
camera: 600tvl CMOS