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Posted by Mike DB | Today @ 01:20 PM | 353 Views
A few construction pictures and inside pictures.
I replaced the cast resin Search light with a working more durable scratch built one of brass & aluminum.
The scratch built captain chairs are not part of Dumas kit.
The model weighs 7.4 pounds
Posted by Bill M - RC | Today @ 12:28 PM | 402 Views
Hi fellow pilots & rc enthusiasts

This Eachine QX95S Micro FPV Racing drone BNF review includes unboxing, inspection, binding, setup & flight test.


Eachine QX95S Micro FPV Racing drone BNF review (17 min 7 sec)

Posted by Dave Gaines | Today @ 12:09 PM | 416 Views
One of my glow profile designs and a 26% Pilot Extra
Posted by d0uglas | Today @ 11:49 AM | 427 Views
Rough day yesterday. Went down to the basement, my hangar which I never bother to clean, lots of electronics accumulated over the few years, some not cheap, some not cheap and never used, strewn about the floor... Flooded.

Called the landlady and her husband, sort of the shadow landlord who I think bought the place to give his wife something to do, then launched a search and rescue mission to get anything on the higher, dry patches of floor to safer ground, then combed the water to fish out electronics. Ouch, a receiver, ouch, flight controllers, ouch all my reels of LEDs, ouch a bunch of ESCs including a reversible Tundra esc, ouch this ouch that, DAMN a Talon 90!? Oh c'mon, not that.

Talon friggin' 90 *and* its Castle ESC programming card.

I'll try my luck with isopropyl alcohol, the finest in all of CVS, though the water spared the planes and all my charging stuff as were all the things I needed to continue to fly. Well, at least the water was clean and warm, not poopy water.

There's got to be a lesson for me to learn from this...

On the bright side, the basement is considerably cleaner now.

Posted by GBLynden | Today @ 08:11 AM | 787 Views
This is the Unboxing for the E-Flite Pawnee Brave Night Flyer 1.2M BNF Basic RC Plane With AS3X Technology. In this video I unbox the plane, show you what it it looks like all put together, and show the lights in action to name a few things I cover in this video.

Unboxing Only - E-Flite Pawnee Brave Night Flyer 1.2M BNF Basic RC Plane With AS3X Technology (8 min 55 sec)

Posted by Barts_Hangar | Today @ 06:03 AM | 1,048 Views
Check out these awesome aerobatic giant scale aircraft taking off and doing what they are made to do! AEROBATICS!

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Posted by Tazkiller85 | Today @ 05:24 AM | 1,110 Views
Yep Les Amis,

Sympa le concept !!! Voici enfin le VIFLY R130, un Racer un peu particulier qui s'adresse, à mon avis, à ceux qui débute dans le drone racer et qui ne maitrisent pas trop les soudures et connections habituelles. En effet, mis a part les moteurs qui eux sont soudés, toutes les autres parties ( carte de vol, ESC, recepteur ) sont simplements clipsées ou branchées. Donc en cas de bobo, vous n'aurez qu'à commander la pièce et à la remplacer sans trop de difficultés. Sinon, le R130 est un appareil puissant et très réactif qui est aussi à l'aise en race qu'en freestyle. Son affichage LCD et les boutons exterieurs sont aussi un concept interressant qui facilite les manipulation et les reglages. En bref un bon engin si vous n'êtes pas un pros du tunning .

N' hésitez pas à laisser en commentaires, vos remarques sur la VIDÉO ou le sujet ... et si vous avez apprécié le montage, le contenu ou le gros plan sur les branches !!! LOL... LIKEZ svp.

VIFLY R130 Drone Racer Review Test Démo et Crash / Spécial mais sympa ! (28 min 17 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17/20 Facile à bricoller pour les débutants !!!

Les + : Stable, Maniable, Résistant, Puissant, Bonne conception d'ensemble, Affichage LCD et boutons de reglages simples et accessibles.
Les - : Vibrations sur l'image, peu d'améliorations possibles.

Les produits présentés sont visibles ici :

- VIFLY R130 chez Vifly : http://www.viflydrone.com/r130.html

- R130 chez GB : https://goo....Continue Reading
Posted by 05RAVEN | Today @ 03:27 AM | 1,142 Views
Thanks for watching!
DJI Mavic (3 min 23 sec)

Posted by alex111 | Today @ 02:32 AM | 1,167 Views
Hi guys here some photos of my RC navy ship going for a run
Posted by lyxlens | Today @ 02:04 AM | 1,175 Views
This lens is light weight at 6g and super sharp with 16MP optics. Special optics make this lens 'rectilinear' so there is no fisheye distortion at all. Excellent edge to edge sharpness. Perfect for drone and gimbal use and great for general shooting.


Model: LYX3.8
Focal Length: 3.8mm Lens
Distortion: <2.8%
Black Vignetting: NO
Weight: 6g
Field of View (D*H*V) :95°*82°*65°
Aperture (f Stop): 2.8
Back Focal Length (BFL): 5.59mm
Native Camera Sensor Support: 1/2.3"
Native Megapixel Support: 16MP
Thread Material: Metal
Optics Material: Glass
Installed Filter: Daylight (IR-Cut)
Works on Following Stock Cameras: Hero 4 Black & Silver, Hero 3+ Black & Silver, Hero 3 Black, Silver, White RibCage Modified GoPro Hero 4/3+/3 Black

Please click here to order the lens.
Posted by GFergy | Yesterday @ 11:00 PM | 1,226 Views
Recently, a friend asked me to set up two FrSky S6R receivers for him. He wanted them updated to the latest firmware and set up for use in a basic 4-channel fixed wing aircraft, with channels 5 and 6 in Aux mode. I decided to document the process I used to set up these receivers. I understand many Taranis owners prefer to use the Taranis radio and Lua script to update their receivers, as the process is simpler. I do not have a Taranis, so using the STK was the method I chose.

Although the following information has been covered numerous times, there still seems to be pilots struggling with the process. I hope this helps.
Posted by PittSpecial | Yesterday @ 10:15 PM | 1,276 Views
Hello gals & guys!

How many are still enjoying their Clipped Wing Cubs?

Make a LONG Story Short, my buddy just gave me his and it was missing the Fuse Servos for Rudder / Elevator and no trying to be ungrateful but, the power system is someone on the heavy and the propeller output shaft had a wobble.

I almost sold it and thought for a moment that the last time I sold a model without trying it, I got really sorry feeling as it just defeats the purpose of being in this hobby in the first place! This little Clipped Wing Cub is just so nice looking that I just have to see what it does in the air. Of course I have seen the Horizon Hobby Video of this model in action and make no mistake that I know this should be a graceful little model with lots of mild sport potential.

The very first thing was to take OUT that heavy power system and I ordered the recommended E-Flite 280BL Motor and the 6.8 X 3.8 Propellers. After 3 days I had the new E-Flite 280 Outrunner in my hands and wasted no time and installed it with one Castle Creations BL 9-AMP ESC. Since it didn't come with any FUSE servos (Elevator / Rudder), I installed two Hitec HS-55's in their place and let me tell you, it is with a LOT of Patience I am here to say that working on such a small RC Airplane like this one has it's challenges. It was a Royal Pain in the Rusty Dusty in installing the new servos within that tiny and small receiver hole while you feed the connector wire towards the back of the...Continue Reading
Posted by Gobbyfurtoy | Yesterday @ 09:54 PM | 1,271 Views
Does anybody know the layout for these wires? I only need ground and motors 1-4 but I can't find a layout anywhere and it's not on the board
Posted by Gargar82 | Yesterday @ 09:33 PM | 1,261 Views
I just bought this f35 64mm rtf and upon battery connect, motor beeps with short pause and receiver blinks, can anyone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong, thanks
Posted by LeeChapman | Yesterday @ 09:01 PM | 1,292 Views
Hello All
does anyone know of anyone that makes repo fuel tanks for ED engines like the
ED Bee
Comp special MK 2 or MK 3 ?

or Irvine Mills engines ?

any help appreciated
Lee Chapman
Adelaide Australia
Posted by rinoki71 | Yesterday @ 08:55 PM | 1,273 Views
My review of the HSP 94107 Pro Brushless RTR Buggy.

HSP 94107 Pro 1/10th Brushless RTR Buggy Review (16 min 5 sec)

Posted by kryptonite1995 | Yesterday @ 08:38 PM | 1,288 Views
AKK XT60 Parallel Charging Board[B][SIZE="5"]

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