Posted by UnknownForces RC | Aug 15, 2019 @ 10:48 PM | 444 Views
UFRC 4WD REAR AXLE TRUCK (0 min 23 sec)

The axle effection of 4WD REAR AXLE TRUCK is very small.
Posted by Qwinout | Aug 15, 2019 @ 09:36 PM | 406 Views
Diatone GTB 329 Cube 2S / 339 Cube 3S 3 inch Toothpick 120mm FPV Racing Drone Quadcopter PNP with MAMBA F411NANO MB1103 6500KV 5500KV Motor
Brand name: Diatone
Item name: DIATONE GTB 329/339
Paddle size 3 inch
Rated voltage 2S / 3S
Wheelbase 120 mm
Weight 45 g
Model configuration
Antenna: Copper pipe antenna
Flight Control: MAMBA F411NANO
ESC: MAMBA 124 /12A 4S Dshot 600 Motor: MAMBA Racing MB1103 6500KV/5500KV
This kit does not include a receiver, remote control, and battery
Posted by Qwinout | Aug 15, 2019 @ 09:31 PM | 418 Views
Happymodel Crazybee F4 PRO V3.0 Flight Controller Blheli_S 10A 2-4S Brushless ESC compatible Frsky/ Flysky Receiver for Cinecan 4K Racing Drone

Can fit for Mobula7 Mobula7 HD Larva X FPV Racing Drones

(Frsky version) CRAZYBEE F4FR PRO V3.0 Firmware target: CrazybeeF4FR
(Flysky version) CRAZYBEE F4FS PRO V3.0 Firmware target: CrazybeeF4FS
(No RX version) CRAZYBEE F4 PRO V3.0 Firmware target: CrazybeeF4DX
MCU:STM32F411CEU6 (100MHZ, 512K FLASH)
Sensor: MPU-6000(SPI connection)
Board size: 28.5 * 28.5MM
Power supply: 2-4S battery input (DC 7-17V)
Built-in 10A(each) Blheli_S 4in1 ESC Dshot600 ready
Frsky version Built-in SPI Frsky receiver with telemetry(D8/D16 switchable)
Flysky version Built-in SPI Flysky receiver with telemetry(AFHDS/AFHDS2A switchable)
No RX version need to add external Receiver
Built-in Betaflight OSD(SPI Control)
Built-in Current meter Max 70A
Current meter scale set to 470
Built-in 5V 1A BEC
Built-in voltage detection
MCU upgraded to EFM8BB21
Power supply: 2-4S LiPo/LiPo HV (7v/17v)
Current: 10A continuous peak 12A (5 seconds)
Support BLHeliSuite programmable
Factory firmware: F_H_40_REV16_5.HEX
Default protocol: DSHOT600
SPI BUS receiver
Frsky D8/D16 switchable
Compatible Non EU transmitter both D8 and D16 mode
Channels: 8ch or 16ch
Failsafe support
No ground interference ( Transmitter and receiver 1 m from the ground): 300m
SPI BUS receiver
Protocol: AFHDS and...Continue Reading
Posted by Hypo289 | Aug 15, 2019 @ 02:40 PM | 466 Views
Hi everybody Im new here and hope Im doing this right, Im looking for some help on finding the instructions and plans for a Top Flite P-51B yellow box, if anyone has a copy of this they would like to sale or make a copy to sale I would really appreciate it, bought a kit off of eBay to find out its missing these crucial items, can anybody tell me how this kit flies, any heads up that will make any improvements, thanks for your time. Michael
Posted by Capt jk | Aug 15, 2019 @ 12:43 PM | 481 Views
Hi all,
I am having difficulty getting this build blog going. It seems like I have a lot of views, but absolutely no responses from any of you. It defeats the purpose of a blog for me as I am looking forward to interaction. There seems to be a problem at RC Groups as it appears as if nobody is able to respond. I need help from someone to contact RC Groups and let them know.

Check out my build progress below...
Posted by Kitdze | Aug 15, 2019 @ 09:48 AM | 471 Views
I suggest reading a small review about the SWR meter and spectrum analyzer with generator, interesting and not expensive "Arinst" devices, for working in FPV. Here, the forum engine did not allow placing open pictures inside the text, so I made a publication on another fpv-community forum.
In English:
In Russian:

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Posted by GroundControlRC | Aug 15, 2019 @ 07:06 AM | 487 Views
JJRC H31 Quad MOD Part2 - Beecore BetaFlight Setup!

Here is a link to the Video:

I have wanted to perform this MOD for quite a while on my JJRC H31 Quad but higher priorities pushed it back.
I wanted to a have a Toy-Grade Quad to fly around the property when time doesn't allow for packing everything up and heading to my Flying Area.
Tiny Whoops are a blast indoors but not that great outdoors.
I chose this Quad because it can handle light wind outdoors and it's very durable.
Those of you that have watched my videos Piloting RC Aircraft know that durability is a must for me ;-)

In this video I will show you the changes I've made in the BetaFlight Configuration and a composite of two Test Flights I performed with this setup.
This should give you a good starting point in BetaFlight and then Tune to your flying style.

Part 3 will show an FPV Flight once the FPV Camera is installed.

Here are links to the Components used in this MOD:

JJRC H31 Waterproof Headless Mode One Key Return 2.4G 4CH 6Axis RC Drone Quadcopter RTF

JJRC H31 RC Quadcopter Spare Parts Battery 3.7V 400mah

Eachine Beecore Upgrade V2.0 Brushed F3+OSD Flight Controller For Inductrix Tiny Whoop E010 E010S - DSM2/DSMX Receiver

Turbowing 5.8G 48CH 25mw 700TVL 1/4 CMOS Wide Angle FPV Camera Support OSD NTSC/PAL Switchable

See you in the Air!

Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Rinse & Repeat!

See Us On Youtube | Patreon | RCGroups
Posted by AGFrc Nicole | Aug 15, 2019 @ 04:49 AM | 501 Views
Hello Buddy !
After almost two months testing and adjusting, our helicopter servos come out finally !
Hope they can be widely used by RC Hobbyist !
Kindly leave your feedback here if you like it, and if you have any problem.

Feel free to inqiury me for further information : [email protected]

23 kg-cm (320 oz-in) @ 5.0V
29 kg-cm (403 oz-in)@ 6.0V
34 kg-cm (473 oz-in)@ 7.4V
38 kg-cm (528 oz-in)@ 8.4V

0.145sec/ 60@ 5.0V
0.120sec/60 @ 6.0V
0.100sec/60 @ 7.4V
0.085sec/60 @ 8.4V

11 kg-cm (153 oz-in) @ 5.0V
14 kg-cm (195 oz-in)@ 6.0V
18 kg-cm (250.2 oz-in)@ 7.4V
22 kg-cm (306 oz-in)@ 8.4V

0.070sec/ 60@ 5.0V
0.060sec/60 @ 6.0V
0.048sec/60 @ 7.4V
0.035sec/60 @ 8.4V
Posted by Bella Liu | Aug 15, 2019 @ 03:44 AM | 508 Views
These are all types you want for your RC models.

You can choose 4 pcs set which are packed in a carry case.
Also, you can buy single pcs packed in a poly bag.

Colours available: black, red, purple
Materials: Nano-titanium high-speed steel, SKH-51 imported from Germany
Logo customize: available

The best quality you can find.

Email:[email protected]
Tel: +86-15818289223
Datton Electronic Tech. Co.,Ltd
Posted by Qwenther | Aug 14, 2019 @ 09:47 PM | 513 Views
Hi! I'm Qwenther.
I'm mildly new to rcgroups but not new to the hobby, and I'm so excited to share my RC experiences. To start with, I just did a major overhaul on most of my aircraft. Some have been in the shop for awhile and some have only needed repair for a week. Either way they needed some TLC. As soon as the weather calms down, I'm looking forward to putting some of these birds in the air.
Posted by tking2097 | Aug 14, 2019 @ 07:30 PM | 559 Views

The Night Radian FT provides a great upgrade to my favorite aircraft in the hanger, the original Radian. The Night Radian's animated lights are very bright and flashy, and they never fail to provide quite a light show, often attracting quite a crowd of people curious to find out what that bright UFO they see in the sky is! My favorite comment about the Night Radian came one evening from an older teen watching the Radian light show: "Hey Mister, your airplane is DOPE!!" I certainly couldn't agree more!

Yet, the first evening my favorite flying partner, dawnron1 and I maidened our new Radian FT's, we both noticed something was missing! Even as very experienced night flying pilots, we were a bit uneasy flying the Night Radian FT, due to the fact that the Radian's lighting provides no fixed visual navigation light references, such as the FAA navigation light scheme on real aircraft, as well as lighting found on many RC night flying aircraft. We found it was very easy to lose track of the Radian's flight orientation!

So... We set out to add additional fixed navigation lights which provide traditional FAA navigation aircraft lighting, as well as adding two very bright forward landing lights and a rear facing solid red beacon. With this modest navigation light upgrade, we found our perception of the Night Radian FT's orientation during night flights is now very easy to follow! With the upgrade, we can easily chat with curious observers without danger...Continue Reading
Posted by marblekit | Aug 14, 2019 @ 06:08 PM | 448 Views
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