Posted by cuavlindy | Nov 11, 2019 @ 01:17 AM | 729 Views
here is great review from one of our buyer , thanks so much !


Posted by cuavlindy | Nov 10, 2019 @ 10:56 PM | 760 Views
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Posted by cuavlindy | Nov 10, 2019 @ 10:37 PM | 803 Views
11.11 Aliexpress Global Promotion COME TODAY
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Posted by cuavlindy | Nov 10, 2019 @ 10:35 PM | 792 Views
11.11 Aliexpress Global Promotion COME TODAY
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Posted by Hobby Details | Nov 10, 2019 @ 09:02 PM | 783 Views
HSP 1/10 Double Bearing Wheelie Bar Castor Kit
for 94111 94188 1/10 Monster Truck
Wholesale Price please PM or contact me at: [email protected]
Posted by UpNup | Nov 10, 2019 @ 07:10 PM | 642 Views
Cut a notch into the wing and paint aluminum. Poke a silver tack into the middle. Glue a round clear jewel on the tack. Soften a .030 plastic strip Use canopy glue to secure in place. Fill any gaps with lightweight spackling.

I hope to one day to have a working light. I ran a thread through the wing and secured the end with a screw. I can use that to pull a wire through the wing out to the notch but in the leading edge.
Posted by JeffMac | Nov 10, 2019 @ 05:57 PM | 617 Views
All -

Recently i acquired this 1940 ? Syncro Devices , Detroit Michigan, USA Syncro Ace Special spark ignition model airplane engine. Also, the 1938 Megow Models catalog yielded some interesting Syncro information.....

Seems the Syncro Saws may be more popular than the engines...... A second or third hand Syncro saw was my 1st saw - it did a nice job, but was extremely loud.

The Syncro B-30 and kit version PC-2 slag engines were art deco pretty, but did not add to the Syncro reputation in a good way.


Best regards,

Posted by Cox PT-19 | Nov 10, 2019 @ 12:38 PM | 590 Views
So, a nice morning out in the shop. Got the parts for the Skylark's second engine from Bernie yesterday, and used today's "coffee high" to assemble the Tee Dee .020.

Got in a couple good test leaks, and all the parts seem to be getting along with each other.

Now, unless I again change my mind, the engines for the Skylark are chosen, tested, and ready to boost it up through the ether!!!!!!

Back to balsa chopping!
Posted by | Nov 10, 2019 @ 03:13 AM | 663 Views
Banggood now have their 11.11 specials live for just 2 days in limited quanities. 60+ FPV quadcopters, parts and accesories at pretty solid pricing here:

some of my favourite specials are:

Diatone GTR 349: $112, Eachine Novice-i RTF kit: $123, Tyro79: $69, Emax Hawk Pro 5: $171, iFlight Nazgul5: $147, Fatshark Attitude V5 OLED: $248, heaps more in the spreadsheet linked

Posted by plane_tech | Nov 10, 2019 @ 12:01 AM | 739 Views
Thought I would start to document my build progress of my version of Curtis Suter's Red Merle VIII / SynerJ 4m F5J/ ALES glider.
Progress may be slow at times.

I am using Foamular 250 foam as that is what is locally and readily available.
Layup will be similiar to what has been discussed on the Curtis's main thread found here.
I will be using the Carboline available thru Hyper Flight for the skins. Specifically I will be using the Carboline SC59/3/45. I may use the SC39/2/45 for the outer panels, however I have not fully committed that. I would prefer the wings to be a little more forgiving over lighter weight.

This post will be updated as progress continues.

11/10/19 - Added initial core weight...Continue Reading
Posted by old4570 | Nov 09, 2019 @ 09:16 PM | 756 Views

This is the motor that is supposed to go on the little 450x wing .

Lets start with the 3025 prop ..

2s - 145 grams of thrust - 5.59A - 26,400 rpm - 45.5 watt
3s - 268 grams of thrust - 10A - 35,000+ rpm - 118 watt ( Getting hot )

3830(E) prop ... ( 383E )

2s - 191 grams of thrust - 8.21A - 22,000+ rpm - 62 watt

3330(E) prop ( cut down 383E )

2s - 170 grams of thrust - 7.61A - 22,800 rpm - 54.9 watt

Sorry guys , just look at how that current / power peaked from 2s to 3s with the 3025 prop ...
The larger pitchier prop would most likely peak even higher and just cook the motor .
The motor seemed to behave well with all the props tested ... Even ran solid to 35,000 rpm ..

I suppose if you were made of money , you could afford new motors as you cooked the ones you had racing ..
But seriously , 268 grams of thrust . From such a small motor ... !!!
You would probably kill the motor if you stayed on the hammer for any length of time , but I think this is the best motor tested so far for a 11 size .. ( From what I have ) ..

On 2s , with a well selected prop , I would dare say a sub 100 gram quad would scream fast enough for anyone (?) .
And powering a micro wing ? ( Yeah )
I just need to remove the 1103 from the 450x and give that a test ...

For testing props ? , I don't have a suitable motor .. I thought that 1106 might have done the job , but I was wrong .
Not that there are that many 1103 - 1106 props

Lets Compare !

1103 - 7800kv
...Continue Reading
Posted by GBLynden | Nov 09, 2019 @ 05:28 PM | 715 Views
This is the FlightLine P-51 Mustang With RECKEM ROYS RC on the sticks.

FlightLine P-51 Mustang 850mm RC Warbird With RECKEM ROYS RC (5 min 10 sec)

Posted by RoyAceWings | Nov 09, 2019 @ 04:54 PM | 714 Views
Hi Guys
So we like to bring you our newest when we can. This is a Back pack glider bag that we made for the Glass Slippers. It has 3 pockets on the front two Velcro and one zipper Pocket. The zipper pocket we have added a Padded and elastic holder to put the Transmitter behind in side the zippered pocket so the transmitter is more secured in side the pocket, The pocket was made too hold the Jeti Duplex which is a much larger Transmitter we are the only ones hat have done this and believe this will give you added security for the transmitter. I mean when you trekking up a mountain with $5000 to $6000 worth of gear on your back we want you too get it there safe. This one has fuse pockets that will hold a Glider with a fuse that is 26 inches in circumference which is a pretty good size. My glider is not quite that size but is a good example in the picture. So all in all this is an upgraded back pack glider bag that holds allot of glider. This one was design for the FINESSE MAX F3Q 4.1M to be flown in the French Alps. Not a bad location, would love to go there and fly :-)
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Ace Back Pack glider Bag

I also wanted to say our hours of operation are M-F 8-5 MST So if your calling from the east coast it's around 3 hours difference :-) So I get calls at 4 and 5 in the morning. Not a big deal but yo might not get a hold of me at that time. Some of you have being it was forwarded to my cell :-) If you call and don't get a hold of us leave a voice mail or an email for follow up that would be nice and gives me a chance to answer you. Please advise me of your location so I don't call you in the middle of the night. Giving me penetrate information from the get go would be wonderful and make things faster, I know you want it like yesterday.

'Just want too thank you and hope you all a Great day and Happy Holidays.
Posted by JohnCC | Nov 09, 2019 @ 12:53 PM | 796 Views
A new charger -- the speed H6. It's got some unique functions here that make it special from other chargers, absolutely worth a look if you're in the market for a compact charger for the bench or the field bag.

HobbyMate Speed H6 AC/DC Smart Charger 200w/700w 26a ⚡ (15 min 25 sec)

Posted by UnknownForces RC | Nov 09, 2019 @ 11:42 AM | 723 Views
Assembled front differential unit of our Ghost Rabbit GR1 (0 min 18 sec)

Assembled front differential unit of our Ghost Rabbit GR1.
Fully machined all metal transmission housing, the differential itself runs in large 20x32x7 mm bearings for real reliability.
Posted by UnknownForces RC | Nov 09, 2019 @ 11:35 AM | 616 Views
Springs for the rear axle disconnect system and the stabilizer bars for GR1 (0 min 19 sec)

The springs for the rear axle disconnect system and the stabilizer bars for our Ghost Rabbit GR1 returned from the surface treatment process.
They have been nickle plated to improve corrosion resistance and appearance.
Posted by Ethan Ater | Nov 09, 2019 @ 11:22 AM | 611 Views
The Hacker Model 500mm Sbach 342's have arrived at! Flown with the TH power combo and a 2s 180/250mah battery. Thanks for checking out the video and dont forget to like and subscribe

Also be sure to check out the new thread for this little guy:

Twisted Hobbys/ Hacker Model Sbach 342 20in (2 min 59 sec)