Posted by basslord1124 | Oct 19, 2019 @ 11:13 AM | 1,861 Views
Thought I'd mix things up on my RC channel and start a Q&A. If you'd like, comment on my video any question you'd like...RC or not. I'll answer all of them in the next video.

Part 1: Q&A...Leave me a question/comment - Personal or RC, doesn't matter (5 min 50 sec)

Posted by UnknownForces RC | Oct 19, 2019 @ 10:58 AM | 1,272 Views
Complete 4WD solid rear axle Ghost Rabbit GR1 medium gearbox (0 min 9 sec)

Complete center transmission housing of our new Ghost Rabbit GR1, a 4WD 1/5th scale car with solid rear axle. It comes with remote lock for center and rear diff as standard. Total gear ratio can be changed within a range of 9:1 to 15:1; stock gear ratio is about 13:1.
Posted by Wayne Moyer | Oct 19, 2019 @ 08:24 AM | 1,100 Views
I have noticed there is a definite lack of information out there for people having tip-over and cyclic shake issues with the BNF Fusion 270. This helicopter is an amazing piece of engineering, but requires a delicate balance on the FBL to get the most out of it, or in some extreme cases, to even get it in the air.

Once properly set up, I have found it to be above average in power, agility, and stability with the stock AR636A receiver/FBL which has the added bonus of a panic/rescue function. At this time I feel I should state I am not affiliated with Horizon in any way, other than as a fan of this helicopter.

On to the nuts and bolts...

1. initial setup
I am using a turnigy 9XR PRO with an IrangeX IRX4+ 4 in 1 tx module, running ErSky9x pd4r222. You will have to translate and adapt for your tx/firmware combo. OpenTx *should* be directly compatible with my settings, but in all cases, use my advice at your own risk. I am giving this information freely, based on my own preferences, and as always, your results may vary!

I have my transmitter set up as AETR, the module does the TAER translation for me, automatically

channel 1 -110 Ail
channel 2 110 Ele
channel 3 100 Thr ID(up arrow) c1
ID- c2
ID(down arrow) c3
channel 4 -100 Rud
channel 5 -130 FULL TRN
channel 6 100 CH11 ID(up arrow) c4
100 CH11 ID-c5
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Posted by TMacFPV | Oct 19, 2019 @ 07:46 AM | 1,088 Views
Here’s a demonstration video of the process to upload bootloader (required for T16s shipped without bootloader installed) and update internal mulit-protocol module firmware. It works great! Thanks to benzo99 and hpnuts for making this multi-module firmware update stuff so simple.

Posted by GLSJr | Oct 19, 2019 @ 06:17 AM | 1,119 Views
What is the accepted way to go from motor off to motor on? I see switches for sale, with charging ports built in, but I'm still not sure if this is the typical method of controlling the motor. It doesn't seem practical to reach in and disconnect the battery, even with the throttle all the way down.
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Oct 19, 2019 @ 05:03 AM | 1,180 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Une brindille dans la tempête !!! LOL. Après les Cure dents (Toothpick), voici les Brindilles (Twig) ... Ce petit Twig115 HD de chez Eachine, décidément, n'a pas fini de vous surprendre. Petit, puissant et agile, il vous permet non seulement de pouvoir voler dans de petits espaces mais également dans de grandes étendues même si le vent est de la partie ! Bien sur, il faudra installer votre propre récepteur car son gros défaut c'est le RX SPI incorporé à la carte de vol AIO . A part ça, ce petit engin à 100€, vous étonnera par ses performances et la qualité des images HD grace à la Caddx Baby Turtle installée à son bord. Si on retire le prix de la caméra (50€) Eachine nous offre encore un appareil défiant toute concurrence pour une cinquantaine d'euros (avec le coupon). Bref, je ne peux que vous le recommander si vous cherchez un engin de ce type . Bon Film à Tous ...

Eachine TWIG115 HD - Review Test Démo - Vent force 5 à 6 ... Même pas peur ! (21 min 59 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17/20 Pour 100€, je valide !

Niveau : Débutants et Confirmés
Les + : Puissant et Réactif, résistant, Autonomie, Portée vidéo, Belles images HD, Bonne config, Réglage d'origine corrects, Bon rapport qualité/prix .
Les - : Hélices trop souples, RX SPI pas fiable, Sangle fragile .

- Si Vous voulez aider la chaîne avec un don (tous les dons servent à alimenter les vidéos en produits ou matériel ):

Les produits pré...Continue Reading
Posted by Tazkiller85 | Oct 19, 2019 @ 04:53 AM | 1,171 Views
Yep Les Amis,
Et la lumière fut !... lol. Vu le temps pourri en ce moment, je reste à la maison et en plus du résultat du concours Ludylab et de quelques images du Twig115 HD, je vous montre mon dernier investissement perso, la BenQ ScreenBar . Je sais que certains n'aiment pas quand je montre autre chose que du RC mais comme d'habitude, j'aime avant tout partager mes passions et hobby donc si mes investissements perso peuvent vous aider dans le choix d'un produit High-Tech ... En attendant je suis très content de cet achat car comme je suis souvent devant mon PC très tard le soir comme beaucoup le savent, je me fatigue beaucoup moins les yeux depuis que je l'utilise. Bon mini film à tous

BenQ ScreenBar Lampe LED - Review Test Démo - Mais pas que ! lol (14 min 1 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17/20 Pas donné mais bonne qualité et efficace !

- Si Vous voulez aider la chaîne avec un don (tous les dons servent à alimenter les vidéos en produits ou matériel ):

Les produits présentés sont visibles ici (en cliquant sur ces liens vous soutenez ma chaîne) Merci à vous :

- BenQ ScreenBar :
- BenQ ScreenBar Plus:
- Autres produits BenQ :

- TOUTES LES PROMOS ET COUPONS BANGGOOD 2019 (remis à jour régulièrement, gardez ce lien en favori ou raccourci pour vos achats sur Banggood ) :

- Frame Mr Croc FLYWOO :...Continue Reading
Posted by PittSpecial | Oct 18, 2019 @ 02:54 PM | 1,470 Views

Since my buddy (Gerry) is retired he beat me to having the first operational SLOW STICK from the lot I found in my house last night!

Gerry really wants to go back to relaxing times and fly SLOW and LOW as he has a Grand Daughter (2 years old) that is transfixed with RC Airplanes!

Here is Gerry's Dark Green SLOW STICK with Brushless Power! THE CRAZE IS BACK!

...Continue Reading
Posted by Speedemond | Oct 18, 2019 @ 12:13 PM | 1,348 Views
Up for sale is a brand new never flown XPlane. It has all top of the electronics in it. Castle esc, Neu Motor, hi tec servos and Spektrum Rx. No transmitter included. It was built by a master builder a good friend of mine. I hate to let it go but I feel it’s a little over my head. $1200.00 shipping is on the buyer. Message me if interested. Serious inquiries only please. Shahe 626-429-5746
Posted by DutchRC | Oct 18, 2019 @ 11:24 AM | 1,360 Views
Halloa guys

I got this very small lipo charger in from it's distributor.. And eventhough it IS small, it packs a punch.. 400W output and 8S capable is nothing to snarf at

Link to it: ToolkitRC M8s - very small lipo charger

At this moment it's available from for instance Banggood..

ToolkitRC M8S - All-In-One Charger & Diagnoistics Tool! REVIEW (22 min 10 sec)

Posted by Icflyer65 | Oct 18, 2019 @ 07:08 AM | 1,373 Views
So I acquired Proctor Antic Monoplane which the wings were partially framed. Put the wings on my building board and am on my way. I added the bamboo cross braces and have been sanding this far.
Posted by phyngineer | Oct 18, 2019 @ 05:41 AM | 1,402 Views
The 17th China International Social Public Safety Expo (CPSE)will be held from October 28th-31 th,2019 in Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, Shenzhen, China. At that time, it will present the most advanced artificial intelligence, big data, and intelligent security products to the world.
The largest scale in the exhibition
This CPSE will be held at all exhibition halls of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center, The scale of this exhibition is the largest in history, with an exhibition covers an area of 30,000㎡, and hundreds of industry brand companies and more than 2,000 exhibitors participated in the exhibition. As a high-end brand event in China's security industry and one of the important international security expo with global influence, the Shenzhen security expo will focus on showing smart city solutions, security prevention solutions, police equipment, emergency rescue, Bio-recognition, artificial intelligence machines, and other industries. This exhibition has attracted great attention among manufacturers, engineers, and distributors in many industries across the country.
UAVs play an important role in security
In the construction of smart security, UAVs play an important role. In the security scenes of military reconnaissance, emergency flood control, drought prevention, border surveillance, police monitoring, forest fire monitoring, and environmental monitoring, the drone acts as a "security weapon" for the reconnaissance unit....Continue Reading
Posted by ja22ygeoff | Oct 18, 2019 @ 03:47 AM | 1,290 Views
T16 Pro Jumper Radio so far I'm loving it , made the switch from Frsky after the whole threatening dealers and now loosing D8 support .
Glad I made the switch as the Jumper is actually a better transmitter and will even bind to my older models I have lying around.
Ive included a purchase link as I bought it from Quadcopters uk.
Jumper T16 Pro Radio with Hall Gimbals
Posted by old4570 | Oct 17, 2019 @ 11:30 PM | 1,412 Views
I know , I said I was done with the 1103 .... But it's such a cute motor !

RCX 1103 7800kv ( 2 - 3 s )

If you look at the data sheet , well it say's the motor will do 10A and over 100 Watt .
I am highly dubious .

My first 1103 was DOA
My second , well I cooked that motor testing a cut down prop . ( around 7A )

I got some 3025 props with the motor .
Motor is installed in the 450x micro wing .
With the 3025 prop amps is a little north of 7A 2s( again )
The motor gets hot , the motor wires get hot ..
I only ran 100% throttle for about 3 seconds , which was enough for substantial warmth .

2s test :

At 1A I recorded some 12,000+ rpm
At 2A I recorded some 16,000+ rpm
And at 3A I recorded some 19,000+ rpm
With the 3025 prop .
3A is right around 50% throttle ( Physically on the Tx )
And at 3A current the motor wires are getting warm ..
Not sure how anyone would rate this motor size 10A ?
I would suggest half that as something to avoid continuously .

Anyhows , blowing a gale outside right now 40kmh with wind gusts over 70kmh

Will take the 450x out ASAP ( as the wind allows ) , really want to try out that 3025 prop ..
Must remember to limit myself to about 50% throttle .
Posted by Hobby Details | Oct 17, 2019 @ 08:24 PM | 1,537 Views
1/8 or 1/10 Heavy Duty Water Filled On Road Safety Barrier 1pc
180*70mm, filled with water 420g.
Wholesale Price please PM or contact me at: [email protected]
Posted by PittSpecial | Oct 17, 2019 @ 07:28 PM | 1,672 Views

I had no idea that I had so many Slow Sticks and with a variety of colors!

I wished that I had the BLUE!

Two Slow Stick, I acquired from a good friend named RICHARD who moved away to Madison, WI.

Anyway, I found a brand new In-The-Box "YELLOW" Version Slow Stick, Slope Version (No Power System).

Got my hands FULL!

A few pictures from a few minutes ago!...Continue Reading
Posted by DutchRC | Oct 17, 2019 @ 03:04 PM | 1,809 Views
Halloa FPV pilots

so yes.. I'm not really the first to be reviewing this ER349 huh? I ordered in a sale a while back and had not come around to actually flying it yet :$
BUT.. I thought it would be nice combine my first-flight-experience with it with some insight into the RC industry...

Link to this quad: Eachine ER349se 3-inch racer

Diatone / Eachine ER349se - the best Eachine E V E R ! :D (19 min 52 sec)

Lipo used: GensAce Tattu R-line 850mah 4S

type: FPV Racing quad
wheelbase: 135 mm
base thickness: 3.5mm
material(s): carbon fiber + plastick
flight controller: Mamba F405 mini MK2
firmware version: 3.5.1
ESC's: Mamba 4x25A 4 in one, Dshot1200
motors: Mamba MB1408 4000 kv
propellors: GemFan Flash 3052 & some other alternate props
FPV camera: Runcam micro Swift 2
VTX: TBS Unify pro
Lipo: 650mah 4S (not included)
OSD: Yes, Betaflight
smart audio: yes (TBS)
buzzer: yes
spare props: yes, 1 set
Posted by GLSJr | Oct 17, 2019 @ 01:57 PM | 1,628 Views
Just when I'm feeling confident that I have a handle on this electric stuff, I get thrown a curve. I just discovered Anti-spark connectors. Apparently they can prevent a massive blast of hundreds of amps to your on-board electronics, such as the ESC. However, they're not fool-proof, and can find themselves melted down. Found it on You Tube (Tech Tuesday). Anyone had any experience with thunder claps inside your plane?