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Posted by Blaze0021 | Mar 10, 2019 @ 08:11 PM | 4,470 Views
In 1080p 60fps - The Eflite F-15 Eagle 64mm EDF BNF Basic in the Splinter Camo is a perfect "twin" to my already excellent FMS F-15 Eagle V2 64mm EDF in Sky Camo.

Eflite F-15 Eagle 64mm EDF BNF Basic Flight (4 min 25 sec)

My Eflite F-15 Eagle 64mm EDF is completely stock. Powered by a Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C lipo, weighing in at 240 grams. CG was set rearmost to 85mm from the leading edge of the main wing at the fuselage. Flight Timer was set to 3:40 minutes. Flown with a Spektrum DX8 G2 Transmitter at 100% rates, with 24% expo to the Ailerons and 5% expo to both the Elevator and Nose Wheel.

Flight video footage taken with Mike's iPhone X on 1080p 60fps.

Thanks for the video capture Mike!

And as always, thanks for watching!

***CG TUNING UPDATE: After several more tuning flights, I found my CG of choice to be further back at 91mm from the leading edge (that's basically pushing my 240-gram Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C lipo as far back in the cavity where the front edge of the battery is lined up to the back roof edge opening of the canopy hatch. Doing this allows the Eagle to float in with minimal throttle management on final approaches, with no negative issues in flight. This was actually the CG I used in this flight video, not the previously stated 85mm.***
Posted by Blaze0021 | Feb 18, 2019 @ 09:43 PM | 5,110 Views
PLEASE READ FIRST - I was very hesitant to post this flight video as there were too many iPhone 8 camera focusing issues that I wasn't pleased with.. video taken with another pilot's "upgraded" iPhone camera (next time I'll ask to have it recorded on my iPhone 7.. mine doesn't have these issues). So if you're the "Video Quality Recording Police", please skip over this video altogether.

Eflite Extra 300 3D 1.3m BNF Basic Shakedown (2nd) Flight (3 min 58 sec)

Otherwise, this was a great second flight as I was putting my new Eflite Extra 300 3D through her paces, getting more of a feel for the flight characteristics, as well as wind tolerance, right before the intermittent snow storms that we're currently experiencing arrived this week. What a blast to fly, and even more fun to land!!

My Eflite Extra 300 1.3m is completely stock. Powered by a Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C lipo, weighing in at 240 grams. CG was set rearmost to 100mm from the leading edge of the main wing at the fuselage. Flight Timer was set to 3 minutes as recommended by the manual. Flown with a Spektrum DX8 G2 Transmitter at 100% rates and 30% expo on all control surfaces.

I can safely say that I'm very impressed with the appearance, flight characteristics, wind handling, and power of this latest aerobatic / 3D offering by Eflite. I had been bugging Horizon Hobby for a few years now for something along the lines of a 1.1m Sbach Thunderbolt and this Extra 300 more than fulfills that desire. I'm very proud to have this as part of the fleet.

As always, thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Feb 15, 2019 @ 11:04 PM | 5,202 Views
In 1080p 60fps - Best viewed in fullscreen. This is the maiden flight of my Eflite Extra 300 1.3m wingspan BNF Basic. Not only is it my first flight with this amazing machine, it's also my first time being chased and recorded by a drone (thanks Jeff). Given that we aren't pros I think it turned out pretty well!

Eflite Extra 300 1.3m BNF Basic Maiden Flight with GoPro Drone Chase (4 min 7 sec)

My Eflite Extra 300 1.3m is completely stock. Powered by a Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C lipo, weighing in at 240 grams. CG was set rearmost to 100mm from the leading edge of the main wing at the fuselage. Flight Timer was set to 3 minutes as recommended by the manual. Flown with a Spektrum DX8 G2 Transmitter at 100% rates and 30% expo on all control surfaces.

Jeff's Drone is a Diatone GT-M530, Ethik S3 props, Frisky R9M Rx, VAS Ion antenna, Frisky Taranis Tx with R9 Long Range Module, GoPro Session 5.

Thanks for the video capture Jeff!

And as always, thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Feb 10, 2019 @ 10:40 PM | 5,017 Views
What a treat to see a Fokker Dr.I on the flying field! And a Twisted Hobbies Crack Fokker nonetheless!!

Robert's Twisted Hobbies Crack Fokker Dr.I Triplane Maiden Flight (3 min 59 sec)

What a gentle yet very aerobatic model. And adding Muttley at the stick was also a great touch.. very fitting! Great job building and flying this Crack Fokker Triplane on her Maiden Flight Robert, and also a very Happy Birthday to you!!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Feb 09, 2019 @ 04:51 PM | 4,921 Views
“Hey Robert, got your iPhone?? You may wanna get this landing. LOL”

Eflite Timber X - Gusty Landing Approach (0 min 52 sec)

Flown on the Basic Setup (non - Full Span) with a Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C lipo and Xoar PJN 13x4 Beechwood Prop.
Posted by Blaze0021 | Feb 02, 2019 @ 11:12 PM | 6,518 Views
This is the raw uncut footage of the Maiden Flight of my new Eflite Timber X 1.2m BNF Basic. I will apologize in advance as Robert’s iPhone 6 died right after I touched down on landing.

Eflite Timber X 1.2m BNF Basic Maiden Flight (5 min 1 sec)

Aside from a double-coat of Minwax Semi-Gloss Polycrylic Protective Finish, this Maiden Flight is completely stock. I also used the manual’s basic setup and did not use the optional Flap/Aileron Link Mix that Horizon Hobby provided as I still had to do some light trimming and gauge the Timber X’s basic flight envelope before using the Advanced Mix.

100% Rates were used with 10% Expo on the Aileron and Elevator, and 15% on the Rudder. Flaps settings were set according to the manual.

The lipo battery used in this flight was a Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C, which balanced perfectly to the manual’s 95mm CG (when the steel rear horizontal stabilizer rod spar is installed, which I also opted to use). Timer was set to 4 minutes. The full flight was approximately 5 minutes with the the remaining battery at 15.26 volts (~3.82/cell).

The Timber X is a very capable aerobatic (and extremely fun) aircraft, limited only by the pilot’s proficiency. With the optional Flap/Aileron Mix, a new level of flight authority can be unlocked. I can’t wait to put her in the air again. This one is a sweet keeper.

As always, thanks for watching!!

Derick
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jan 06, 2019 @ 10:06 PM | 7,001 Views
5 years old and long since discontinued, my Parkzone Focke-Wulf FW-190A-8 1.1m wingspan Warbird remains to be one of the best, reliable, and formidable in my fleet.

Parkzone Focke-Wulf FW-190A-8 1.1m Flight - January 6, 2019 (4 min 5 sec)

Operating with a Lemon RX 7-Channel DSMX Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver and powered with a Pulse 3S 2250mAh 65C Lipo. With only light modifications such as an APC 11x8.5E Propeller and double-coated with a Minwax Polycrylic Protective Finish, this WWII Ghost of the German Air Force has seen many flights, and continues to fly on for many more.

Wishful thinking that Horizon Hobby will re-introduce this exceptional Warbird in their lineup in the future. If I could only keep one 750mm-1.2m Parkflyer-Type Warbird in my fleet, this would be it.

Lately I've been too occupied with life to go through the trouble of creating these flight videos and actually wasn't planning to post any, but a fellow pilot just happened to catch my last flight of the day on his iPhone 8 Plus (which actually came out really well with the exception of a few iPhone focusing issues), so here it is.

Hope you enjoy the video. Thanks to all my supporters and subscribers and of course, thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Nov 21, 2018 @ 11:08 PM | 6,913 Views
This is a Twilight Flight of my Durafly Me 163 Komet on 4S.

Durafly Me 163 Komet 950mm PNF 4S Twilight Flight (4 min 22 sec)

My pilot buddy Robert had never seen a Durafly Me 163 Komet in action, so this afternoon I took mine out of the hangar for a few sunset / twilight flights. On my last flight, Robert decided to record some video footage from his iPhone. I didn't realize he was recording my flight, otherwise I would have waited for him to get ready and settled so he would have been able to capture the takeoff. Either way, I think he took some excellent footage of my Komet doing what a Komet does best.

Don't blink.

MODIFICATIONS:

1) Hitec Energy Sport 60-Amp ESC

2) APC 5.5x4.5 Speed 400 Electric Propeller

3) Minwax Satin Finish Polycrylic Coated Airframe (2 Coats)

4) Nerf Vortex Whistle (Painted to match with Rust-Oleum “Poppy Red” and Clear Coated)

5) Protective Black Wing Bump Skid Plates (Pretty Woman Designer Nails: Stiletto Shape / Long Length)

TRANSMITTER, RECEIVER, & SETUP:

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Receiver: Lemon RX DSMX 7-Channel Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
Stabilizer Gains: 9 O’Clock Setting on all Gain Pots & 38% Master Gain Decrease
Control Rod Placement: Outermost Holes on Elevons and Rudder
Rates Used: 64% Aileron / 46% Expo, 75% Elevator / 24% Expo, 95% Rudder / 15% Expo
Battery: Roaring Top 4S 1800mAh 70C
Throttle Timer: 4 Minutes
Lipo Final Voltage: 15.14 Volts out of 16.80 Volts (~3.78 Volts / Cell) at 29%
Max Static Amps: 38.1
Output: 586 Watts

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Camera: iPhone 7 at 1080P / 60 FPS
Cameraman: Robert B.

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Nov 11, 2018 @ 10:55 PM | 6,351 Views
Saluting all who have served, past, present, and future. Thank you for your service and commitment to our country. God bless you all.

Eflite FJ-2 Fury 70mm EDF Jet - Veterans Day 60-Second Tribute Flight (1 min 8 sec)

A Veterans Day 60-second tribute flight in my Eflite North American FJ-2 Fury. 🔥

Thank you for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Oct 30, 2018 @ 11:38 AM | 7,504 Views
This is the first recorded flight of my Force RC F/A-18 Blue Angels V2 64mm EDF Jet.

Force RC F/A-18 Blue Angels V2 64mm EDF Jet Solo Flight (4 min 31 sec)

I challenged my flying buddy Robert to capture the footage on his iPhone on 1080p at 60fps. I told him.. "surprise me." For someone that typically doesn't video any flights, I was very surprised that he actually did a great job capturing the flight. He even zoomed in a few times for some close-up action.

My Force RC F/A-18 Blue Angels V2 64mm EDF Jet was what I would call, initially a Problem Child. Issues with incorrect manual information, incorrect CG information, and defective electronics were all points of frustration for this model. But because I am a fan of the F/A-18 Hornet / Super Hornet, the success of this aircraft was a must. So I decided to sort through all the issues.

Thanks to the RC Groups Dedicated Thread, I researched and corrected all the issues.. specifically the biggest issue being with the manual's recommended CG range of 80-85mm back from the leading edge of the main wing. Reading the CG horror stories within the RC Groups Dedicated Thread, I opted to never fly it at that the manual's recommended CG range and chose to fly the aircraft with a CG of 63mm back from the leading edge of the main wing. This was achieved with my Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C Lipo (243 grams) placed aftmost within the compartment and with the front of the battery wedged with a foam block. The foam...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Oct 29, 2018 @ 10:06 AM | 7,650 Views
This is a photo compilation of all work performed on this model for durable 4S flight operations, saved for posterity:

The very first thing I did was cut the first front section of wooden platform in the nose, to allow my Roaring Top 4S 1800mAh 70C lipos to slide in at an angle all the way to the front of the nose. My Roaring Top 4S 1800mAh 70C lipos weigh in at 204 grams and should allow for plenty of nose ballast without the need to add any additional weight.

A new ZTW Mantis 45-Amp ESC was installed, replacing the stock 30-Amp ESC, appropriate for 4S power.

Minwax Satin Finish Polycrylic Triple-Coat was applied. It only took 14 hours total for the fuselage and wing surfaces. All of the surfaces have been aligned and glued on with JB Weld 5-Min Clear Epoxy. The Elevator Screw has been secured with Loctite and the Elevator Rods have been glued down on the openings of the servo arm with a dab of Foam Tac.

I also took an extra step and added 10mm carbon fiber flat spars. With my F9F Panther running on 4S, I was concerned with the flex in the wings and the longevity of the model just being glued on by JB Weld 5-Min Clear Epoxy, so I used one of the straight panel lines on the underside and used a sharp Xacto knife to cut a 10mm-long channel running from the fuselage/intake area to the main wing pieces. Then I pre-fitted 10mm flat carbon fiber spars by pushing them into the channel and then pulled them out, creating a fitted space for the spars. Then I glued them...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Oct 10, 2018 @ 03:44 PM | 6,540 Views
This one was too good not to share - It's not often you see a P-38 Lightning on the David Lorenz Flying Field. This BlitzRCWorks 58" wingspan P-38 Lightning V2 is my buddy Robert's latest acquisition from a private seller.

Robert’s BlitzRCWorks P-38 Lightning V2 Restoration Maiden Flight (3 min 40 sec)

An extensive amount of restoration work had to be done on this P-38 to get it back to flying status. However, this video is the re-maiden flight with all of the upgrades listed below.

Motors: DYS D2830 1000KV Brushless x 2.

Cells: 4 Cell Lipo.

ESC: RC Electric Parts 30amp ESC w 3a UBEC x 2 (counter-rotating setup).

Receiver: Lemon RX DSMX 7-Channel Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver

Main Wing: 4mm flat stock spar added vertically to leading edge of round stock from Nacelle to wingtip and glued with 5-min epoxy.

Wheels: 2-1/2" mains and 2" nose.

Battery Compartment: Enlarged to accept 4S lipo battery.

Complete repaint.

A job well done Robert!

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Aug 19, 2018 @ 07:46 PM | 6,833 Views
Happy National Aviation Day! This is a windy day footage of my new H-King SkySword 70mm EDF Jet. Enjoy the flight!

H-King SkySword 70mm EDF Jet (PNF) - National Aviation Day Flight (4 min 24 sec)

MODIFICATIONS:

1) Custom Elevated Basswood Tray for the Lemon RX 7-Channel Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver

TRANSMITTER, RECEIVER, & SETUP:

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Receiver: Lemon RX DSMX 7-Channel Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
Rates Used: 100% Aileron / 20% Expo, 100% Elevator / 25% Expo, 100% Rudder / 5% Expo
Flap Settings: Pos 0: 100% Flap / 0% Elev, Pos 1: 55% Flap / -4% Elev, Pos 2: 12% Flap / -12% Elev
Center of Gravity: 145mm back from the leading edge of the main wing
Battery: Admiral 4S 3000mAh 35C Lipo
Throttle Timer: 3:40 Minutes
Total Flight Time: 3 Minute(s), 33 Second(s)
Lipo Final Voltage: 15.17 Volts out of 16.80 Volts (~3.79 Volts / Cell) at 30%

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Camera: iPhone 7 at 1080P / 60 FPS
Cameraman: Mike “Deuces Wild” Frontiero

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Aug 07, 2018 @ 12:25 PM | 6,668 Views
This is a 4S flight video of my Freewing F-8 Crusader EDF Park Jet, modified from 3S.

Freewing F-8 Crusader 64mm EDF Jet 4S Flight (3 min 45 sec)

I upgraded the stock 30-Amp ESC to a Predator 40-Amp with 3-Amp SBEC and also shortened the ESC wires to scoot the ESC as aft as possible to balance the Crusader to the factory recommended CG. The battery used for the flight is a Roaring Top 4S 1800mAh 70C Lipo which is positioned as far back as possible, butted up against the rear foam compartment wall. The 5-blade EDF fan unit and 2627-4500kv brushless outrunner motor are both stock.

Checking in with Motion RC, I was advised that the stock motor and fan are both 4S-capable, but I would need to upgrade the ESC. I’ve been flying my F-8 Crusader on 4S with no issues for a while now after I found the 3S performance to be lacking in power, especially at altitude. I thought I would share my results.

Hope you enjoy the video and flight footage!

MODIFICATIONS:

1) Predator 40-Amp ESC with 3-Amp SBEC
2) Minwax Satin Finish Polycrylic Triple Coated Airframe: Maximum paint and finish protection.
3) JB Weld 5-Minute Clear Epoxy Coated Air Intake: For belly landing abrasion protection.

TRANSMITTER, RECEIVER, & SETUP:

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Receiver: Lemon RX DSMX 7-Channel Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
Rates Used: 85% Aileron / 32% Expo, 100% Elevator / 16% Expo
Battery: Roaring Top 4S 1800mAh 70C
Throttle Timer: 3:10 Minutes
Total Flight Time: 2 Minute(s), 48 Second(s)
Lipo Final Voltage: 15.03 Volts out of 16.80 Volts (~3.76 Volts / Cell) at 22%

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Camera: iPhone 7 at 1080P / 60 FPS shot on an Action Mount Head Cam

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jul 14, 2018 @ 10:00 AM | 6,196 Views
Freewing F/A-18E Super Hornet “Royal Maces” 4S High Performance 64mm EDF Jet - Into The Sunset (0 min 57 sec)

Off into the sunset with my Freewing F/A-18E “Royal Maces” Super Hornet.

Thanks Mike for capturing my flight!

Music Credit: Lorde - Perfect Places (Bass Boosted) (Whethan Remix)
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jul 05, 2018 @ 09:44 AM | 6,225 Views
This is an assembly overview and flight video of my Freewing F/A-18E Super Hornet 4S High Performance 64mm EDF Jet. This is also another flight video footage that my fellow RC Pilot buddy Mike decided to sneak in and capture on his iPhone 7 while I was simply enjoying my flight (the first candid video Mike took was of me flying my Freewing Rebel V2 EDF Jet.. he’s getting good at sneaking these video captures now, as I’ve been lazy as of late making these in-depth flight videos). Fortunately I had taken a photo timeline of the assembly process of this model and added them to this flight video.

Freewing F/A-18E Super Hornet 4S High Performance 64mm EDF Jet - Assembly Overview & Flight Video (4 min 40 sec)

This Freewing F/A-18E Super Hornet 4S High Performance 64mm EDF Jet has quickly become my go to and favorite EDF Jet on the flying field. This Freewing model is completely stock, with only a few minor modifications listed below. Thanks again Mike for managing to catch this one and thank you to the RC Groups Dedicated Thread Members for the assistance and tips in setting up this brilliant model!! Hope you enjoy the video and flight footage!

MODIFICATIONS:

1) Nose Cone Ballast: 16 grams of weight epoxied to the hollow nose cone to achieve 64mm CG.
2) Minwax Satin Finish Polycrylic Triple Coated Airframe: Maximum paint and finish protection.
3) Custom Plastic Landing Gear Insert Covers: To cover the exposed nose gear foam attachment points for belly...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jun 24, 2018 @ 09:16 PM | 6,615 Views
This is what happens when I decide to take up my completely stock 1-year old Freewing Rebel V2 70mm EDF Sport Jet out for an aerobatic flight and unknowingly get recorded by my fellow RC Pilot Buddy Mike, aka "Deuces Wild." Completely candid, unrehearsed, and just letting loose.

Freewing Rebel V2 70mm EDF Jet PNP - Candid Flight (5 min 17 sec)


Taking advantage of the clear skies and warm weather this weekend.

Hope you enjoy the candid flight!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Mar 12, 2018 @ 09:16 AM | 6,512 Views
I had a fun flight-filled weekend. This is a "line of sight" flight demo of my lightly customized ZOHD Dart PNP 635mm Sweepforward Wing.

ZOHD Dart PNP 635mm Sweepforward Wing - Line of Sight Flight (4 min 55 sec)

MODIFICATIONS:

1) APC 5.5x4.5E Speed 400 Propeller
2) Nerf Vortex Whistle (Canopy Hatch)
3) Great Planes (3) Segmented 7-Gram Lead Weights for CG Balance
3) Krylon ColorMaster Satin Black (Canopy Hatch)
4) Krylon ColorMaster Gloss Banner Red (Fins)
5) Minwax Semi-Gloss Polycrylic Protective Coating (Entire Airframe)

TRANSMITTER, RECEIVER, & SETUP:

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Receiver: Spektrum AR400 4-CH DSMX - (I assigned the unused Rudder Channel to the Gear Channel for the Mode Switch)
Rates Used: 90% Aileron / 45% Expo, 100% Elevator / 9% Expo
Mixes Used: Throttle / Down Elevator 8%
Max Static Amps: 19.1
Watts: 221
Battery: Pulse 3S 1350mAh 75C
Throttle Timer: 5 Minutes
Total Flight Time: 5 Minute(s), 25 Second(s)
Lipo Final Voltage: 11.49 Volts out of 12.60 Volts (3.83 Volts / Cell) at 42%

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Camera: iPhone 7 at 1080P / 60 FPS
Cameraman: Mike “Deuces Wild” Frontiero

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Feb 07, 2018 @ 09:59 AM | 7,332 Views
This is the 4S Maiden Flight of my Eflite F-27 Evolution BNF Basic.

Eflite F-27 Evolution BNF Basic 4S Maiden Flight (5 min 57 sec)

I can still remember the first day I saw a Parkzone F-27 Stryker. At the time I thought they were the coolest thing that the hobby store had on the shelf. And it appeared that they were on sale as they were being discontinued by the manufacturer. But that was about 5 years ago. At the time, I had never flown any RC aircraft and was just getting started in the hobby. I left the hobby store that day with a Hobbyzone Champ.

Fast forward to today, with years of waiting. Here is the successor to a legendary RC aircraft.

MODIFICATIONS:

1) Minwax Clear Semi-Gloss Finish Polycrylic Coated Airframe
2) Deans ESC / Lipo Battery Connector

TRANSMITTER, RECEIVER, & SETUP:

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Rates Used: 100% Aileron / 34% Expo, 100% Elevator / 30% Expo
Mixes Used: Throttle / Down Elevator 4%
Battery: Admiral Pro 4S 2200 mAH 45C
Max Static Amps: 38.3
Watts: 570
Throttle Timer: 5 Minutes
Total Flight Time: 5 Minute(s), 12 Second(s)
Lipo Final Voltage: 15.07 Volts out of 16.80 Volts (3.76 Volts / Cell) at 24%

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Camera: iPhone 6 at 1080P / 60 FPS
Headmount: http://www.amazon.com/Mount-Smartpho..._detailpages00

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Dec 29, 2017 @ 01:47 PM | 7,302 Views
Happy Holidays! While staying over at my parent’s house in Cali during my Christmas Vacation, I received a wonderful Christmas present – the Eflite UMX P-51D BL Mustang. This is a perfect go-to UMX plane to keep at my parent’s place while vacationing so that I could have something to fly at their local grass park whenever I visit them. I had also brought my trusty Spektrum DX6 (now my secondary transmitter) on my trip to Cali, just in case flying RC during my vacation became an option. Here is the Maiden Flight of my new Eflite UMX P-51D BL Mustang.

Eflite UMX P-51D BL Mustang Maiden Flight - 2017 Cali Christmas Vacation Plane (2 min 57 sec)

I had challenged my Mom to record this on my iPhone 6. Please keep in mind that she does not know anything about RC and has never seen me fly an RC aircraft in person before, so recording this very small plane was very difficult for her (I actually had to edit out a good portion of the footage as at one point she had lost sight of the plane completely, lol). Overall, I think she did a wonderful job! And the Mustang (as most Mustangs do) flew beautifully and predictably out of the box with no surprises.. just a sweetheart of a plane, perfect for vacations. All recorded and edited during my Christmas Vacation with my iPhone 6, using the app Videoshop.

MODIFICATIONS:

1) Clear Tape Protective Film on Leading Edges of Main Wing, Nose Undercarriage, and Intake Undercarriage

TRANSMITTER, RECEIVER, & SETUP:

Transmitter: Spektrum DX6
Rates Used: 100%-Aileron / 0% Expo, 100%-Elevator / 3% Expo, 100%-Rudder, 0% Expo
Battery: E flite 280mAh 2S 7.4V 30C LiPo
Throttle Timer: 5 Minutes

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Camera: iPhone 6 at 1080P / 60 FPS
Video Editor: Videoshop for iPhone
Cameraman: Mom

Thanks for watching!