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Posted by FPV.Model | Today @ 10:39 PM | 1 Views
Skyzone SKY03 FPV Goggles (1 min 31 sec)

Expected shipping date: December 20th, 2017

Skyzone SKY03 3D Goggles.
Pre-order: https://www.fpvmodel.com/skyzone-sky...les_g1373.html

Skyzone is a professional manufacturer of FPV goggles, now here comes the third generation 3D FPV goggles named SKY03. The SKY03 is an upgraded version of the famous SKY02S 3D FPV goggles. They boast a great feature set, comfortable to wear and fit a wide range of eyesight conditions as well. As a business partner of Skyzone, FPV Model will be the first on the market to receive the SKY03 FPV goggles.

Heres a list of features and specs:

With Head Tracking function
Diversity Receiver Module with Dual Antennas
ISM 5.8GHz 48-channerl diversity receiver
Built with Front Camera
Up to 43 Degree FOV
Binocular Display,SVGA 800X600 resolution,binocular display.
Multiple LED Light effect mode support.
Intimate Design of Human Mechanics
Posted by kopterheld | Today @ 08:05 PM | 86 Views
This is the self-made Boldclash BWHOOP B06 with OSD and DSHOT600. The frame from Boldclash B06 with BR0703 motors and 4A ESC DSHOT600 Omnibus F3 OSD FC. Fly with 260mAh 2:40 minutes, even better than the original Boldclash BWHOOP B06. The LST - S2 800TVL camera fits very well in the B06 canopy. With a little hot glue, the camera sits firmly in the canopy. The F3 flight controller has OSD and voltage is displayed in the video image. The OSD can be configured via Betaflight 3.2.2. The 4A ESC is DSHOT600 capable and thus also Turtle Mode works. The material costs are lower than the original Boldclash BWHOOP B06 and you have an OSD and DSHOT600.

Video 1 - Boldclash B06 OSD Turtle Mode and DSHOT600 DIY
Boldclash B06 OSD Turtle Mode DSHOT600 DIY (4 min 42 sec)

Shopping List:
B06-01 Frame Set - http://www.boldclash.com/boldclash-b...crew-p135.html
Racerstar Star4 4A ESC - https://goo.gl/6AzQen
Racerstar BR0703 15000KV Motor - https://goo.gl/gCpbeJ
FrSky XM SBUS Receiver - https://goo.gl/5InfW5
Teeny1S F3 OSD - https://goo.gl/yKX47Z
LST - S2 800TVL AIO FPV Camera - https://goo.gl/QFKCD6
CMOS FOV170 camera - https://goo.gl/T86blx
Turbowing 5.8G 25mW 48CH FPV VTX - https://goo.gl/rvwt71
JST PH 2.0 charging - https://goo.gl/KXtnbw
JST PH 2.0 adapter - https://goo.gl/kA3PnM
JST PH 2.0 100x Connectors - https://goo.gl/2ZrCpR
Teeny1S F4 FC OSD + 4 In 1 6A ESC - https://goo.gl/QtiDdH
best fit combo F3+ESC
BeeCore OMNIBUS F3 FC 5A ESC - https://goo.gl/fJixid

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Posted by akkteck | Today @ 07:37 PM | 88 Views
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Posted by Tom Hunt | Today @ 06:24 PM | 215 Views
OHello fellow modelers.

Though I have seen a few multi-engine foam models released recently with removable outer panels, I wished that had done it on the Flightline F7F. Despite the nice multi-connector provided to make it easier to assemble the model at the field, it is still a pain to snake the wires (servos and power) into the fuselage each time. I do not yet know of the reliability of mulit-con, but my philosophy is: "if it doesn't need to be done... don't do it!".

So, to that end I decided to cut the wings off at the scale fold-joint on the model and re-install the outer panels with two simple servo connectors for the ailerons and lights.

Lets get started.

First you must take off the nacelles and then remove the tape covering over the wire troughs. With the bare wing on your bench you can proceed with the surgury.

I am sorry i did not actually get any pictures of me sawing off the wing, but the process is simple. You should use a brand new long edge knife for the foam (like the kind where you break off the end piece to reveal an new sharp edge) and then use a new fine tooth exacto saw to cut thru the spar tube.
Posted by ronaldopn | Today @ 05:27 PM | 188 Views
12th flight of my new bird, still mixing and playing with CG but I'm already loving it. I may write a build log for it since I took lots of pictures during assembly.
Sorry for the background noise but a club member was breaking his new nitro engine in.
Sorry also for the sharp cut at the end but my camera battery died right before landing.
Skyline Raven 30cc (4 min 49 sec)

Posted by LUTEPLAYER | Today @ 05:26 PM | 184 Views
Has anyone tried to connect HobbyEagle A3 to a 6 channel receiver when all channels are in use ie Ail,Elev,Thro,Rud,Gear,Flaps
I understand that the A3 needs a power supply to the mode connection which could be taken from the bind socket on the rx using only the feed and ground connections
As I understand from the A3 manual, if the mode connection is not assigned to a channel on the tx then it will work on the pre-set mode for mode 1 position which could be the normal or even auto balance mode? which is the one I want to use
Anybody tried this set up or similar, I have used the A3 on a 4 channel plane and assigned the two spare channels for mode and gain adjustment on the tx, I do like the straight forward set up of the A3 particularly the program card which is very useful when the laptop is at home!
Any comments appreciated
Posted by Bunnyshooter223 | Today @ 01:19 PM | 383 Views
I do not have an ultrasonic cleaner. I use a plastic tub i bought at GoodWill for cheap...

The tub is large enough to cover a small disassembled engine (saito fa-56 size) with one bottle of LA's Totally Awesome Cleaner.
May need another bottle for a medium engine (.91). Or just turn air-exposed parts over for soak. Depends on container size, skinny and tall will cover more.

Always have extra bottles of cleaner, $1 at Dollar Tree. You may want Q-Tips or pipe cleaners for carbs and intakes.
Will need a towel, an old rag for drying, paper towels, and 3-in-1 oil (or your preference--oil the entire engine after cleaning)

Let metal parts soak for 30 minutes to an hour (or so). If you are going to clean plastic parts, there is a dilution scale on the side of the LA's Totally Awesome Cleaner bottle. I do not put o-rings or gaskets in the cleaner.

I soaked a disassembled FA-45 carb (some plastic parts) in un-diluted LA's cleaner for about an hour and it turned out very... clean! This was before i saw the dilution scale...

It's simple. Yet takes me about 3 hours (thumpers). I prefer to take my time during assembly. No need to rush, then you lose teflon spacers in white shag carpet

(2-strokes are quicker to assemble but not a big deal)
Posted by NashVegas | Today @ 12:51 PM | 348 Views
Finally completed my 91" Laser build with custom graphics from Andy's Folienwelt in Germany. Powered by a DA-70 with two-into-one header and single MTW canister.

91" Laser - DA-70 (0 min 22 sec)

Posted by Blaze0021 | Today @ 11:24 AM | 402 Views
This is the first 4S Test Flight of my Durafly Me 163 Komet 950mm PNF.

Hobbyking Durafly Me 163 Komet 950mm PNF 4S-Powered Test Flight (4 min 34 sec)

As I thoroughly enjoyed the flight characteristics of the RocHobby Swift and Durafly EFXtra, I decided to get my Durafly Me 163 Komet up to speed as well. I was definitely in for a surprise when I made the switch to 4S, as I now consider this plane to be ridiculously fast for its size. More fine-tuning with the rates / throws will be required on future flights as the controls are a lot more sensitive on 4S speeds.

Using the Hitec Energy Sport 60-Amp ESC / APC 5.5x4.5 Speed 400 Electric Propeller setup and powered by a Roaring Top 4S 1800mAh 70C, I measured 38.1-amps max static with 586 watts on the Eflite Power Meter. The Nerf Vortex Whistle adds a unique sound during flight and was installed by drilling a hole on the circular canopy hatch indent and is secured by GE Type II Silicone. The Pretty Woman Designer Nails Set: Stiletto Shape / Long Length that I found at Walmart are also the perfect shape to protect the vulnerable painted foam wing tip bumps that are commonly scratched during landings, and are glued on with Loctite 5-Minute Epoxy. Lastly, the airframe finish is protected with 2 coats of Minwax Satin Finish Polycrylic.


Hobbyking Durafly ME-163 Komet 950mm PNF (Red Edition): https://hobbyking.com/en_us/durafly-...m-pnf-red.html

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Posted by vic_man_fpv | Today @ 11:08 AM | 383 Views
FPV video resumen del 2017 - vicmanfpv (4 min 19 sec)

Amigos/as este puede ser tal vez mi último vídeo este año, y me gustaría hacer un vídeo resumen de todas las aventuras que he compartido junto a mis amigos del equipo "Flypepino" y que he tenido gracias a este bonito deporte. Dar las gracias a todos mis compis y deseando que llegue este 2018 que viene cargado de más aventuras, carreras y experiencias FPV!. Feliz año nuevo a todos amigos/as!!!

Friends, this may be my last video this year, and I would like to make a video summary of all the adventures I have shared with my friends of the "Flypepino" team and I have had because of this beautiful sport. To thank all my buddies and looking forward to this 2018 that comes loaded with more adventures and FPV experiences!. Happy new year to all friends!

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Kakute F4 AIO:

EFAW Aether frame:

T-Motor F40 PRO 2400KV:

T-Motor F30A V2:

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Song: Ship Wrek, Zookeepers & Trauzers - Vessel [NCS Release]
Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.
Download/Stream: http://ncs.io/VesselCr
Posted by davidterrell80 | Today @ 10:51 AM | 427 Views
Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS): Key Concepts forNew Users

From Jan. 22 to Feb. 4, Embry-Riddle Worldwide will offera free, two-week course on drone operation. Registration opened yesterday.


Posted by craytech | Today @ 09:44 AM | 450 Views
GnarlyFPV's Blitz Spec motors The Fastest 716s on the Block (3 min 15 sec)

Hello everyone welcome back.

Today's video has me really excited. I have been on a mission to find faster 716 brushed motors. Well my mission is over. Thank you GnarlyFPV. These are the Blitz SPec motors. They are by far the fastest 716s I have flown. First launch sent me straight into the ceiling. That hasn't happened in a long time. I installed these motors into my BetaFPV Beta 65s. I also traded out my triblade props for some of their 4 blade props.

These motors are compatible with
Eachine E011
BoldClash Bwhoop
BetaFPV Beta 65s
and any other micro quad that runs 716 motors.

Pick up some GnarlyFPV Bllitz Spec motors today

Check out my video on how to build and maintain your Tiny Whoop.
How to Build and Maintain your Tiny Whoop (35 min 33 sec)
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Posted by Fitz Walker | Today @ 09:17 AM | 448 Views
I revisit my childhood with the classic Electricub
Electricub II Flight Review | HobbyView (8 min 39 sec)

Posted by Barts_Hangar | Today @ 02:00 AM | 858 Views
Check out this incredible model the "Detroit Miss" P-51 Mustang Warbird, seen here flying at the BRCM annual warbirds over the bay event. Gotta love the scale rivets, attention to detail, and placards on this historic fighter! Absolutely breathtaking seeing work like this show up at flying fields, and even more breathtaking is the flight that you can check out in this video! Subscribe for more model airplane action coming your way

Stunning P-51 Mustang "Detroit Miss" flight (BRCM Warbirds over the Bay) | GIANT RC FLYING MODEL (4 min 45 sec)

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Posted by GBLynden | Yesterday @ 11:46 PM | 903 Views
This is the outdoor flight review video for the XK X130-T RTF Micro FPV Race Drone. It is a user friendly setup for the first-time FPVer, much like the MJX Bugs 6, only much smaller and less expensive.

XK X130-T RTF Micro FPV Race Drone - Outdoor Maiden Flights (5 min 10 sec)

Review Notes:
- An easy to use RTF package
- A good beginner FPV package
- Handles wind well
- The video looked surprisingly good through my Fat Sharks
- Carbon Fiber Frame
- True 5.8 GHZ FPV
- Stability and Acro Mode
- High and low rates
- Long flight times (8 minutes)
- Readily available batteries
- A great value
- Compatible with BS - FHSS protocol radios
- The range was good with my Fat Shark FPV Goggles
- It was very fun to fly

- The antenna is vulnerable and delicate
- The props are very bendy and fragile (The curled a little in the cold air during the outdoor flights)
- The elevation dropped more quickly in forward flight than expected for the pitch
- It is 1S, so there is a ceiling on power
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Posted by yosemitez | Yesterday @ 07:14 PM | 1,020 Views
taranis flight log of rfmd and rqly on 12.11.17 echt
Posted by biglombo | Yesterday @ 07:12 PM | 1,017 Views
FPV FREESTYLE | Crane inspection | ROME IT (2 min 48 sec)

Two cranes must be inspected in a cold sunday...let's do it!!!

Camera: Xiaomy Yi - with SuperView script

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