Posted by gooniac33 | Yesterday @ 11:59 PM | 179 Views
Here are some videos of the new Eflite 70mm Su-30 with my LED Afterburners added to it.

Eflite 70mm Su-30 Flight demonstration with Gooniac’s LED Afterburners (2 min 10 sec)

Park flying EDFs with Nate and Ray (5 min 29 sec)
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Posted by gooniac33 | Yesterday @ 11:43 PM | 311 Views
This is what I did to help keep the servo connection in place on this plane. It has worked really well thus far and now I am not worried about adding the new Platinum FMS 80mm 2100kv set up. take a look and hope it helps!

Eflite 80mm F/A-18D elevator servo quick fix to prevent loss of control (3 min 7 sec)

Posted by Cox PT-19 | Yesterday @ 08:43 PM | 724 Views
And the Madness Continues...

The 1960's Scientific Model Company's "Thunderbird" gets more paint...and check out that purple thumbnail!...Continue Reading
Posted by VicT | Yesterday @ 06:35 PM | 916 Views
X440 flew great at 20.1 ounces. Started off with a power off hand toss to make sure the V tail ruddervators were set up properly. Second toss was at half power then at full power she accelerated vertically and after 5 seconds shut the motor down for glide trim. She picked up light lift and after thermaling for a few minutes tested higher speed and she did surprisingly well. If you are used to foamy motor gliders with thick wings you really get better performance on a thinner built up wing. I miss having flaps so approach and touchdown made it a little more difficult. I flew for about 5-8 minutes and only used 25 seconds of motor. The 10.5 blades draw 13 amps and 187 watts on the Turnigy Prop Drive (28-30 800 KV max amps is 20 , 1050 4S Lipo and 20 amp ESC....Continue Reading
Posted by kantar | Yesterday @ 03:54 PM | 1,103 Views
hello i want to get into racing drones but im on a budget can some one give me a parts list.
Posted by AVGDAY | Yesterday @ 03:14 PM | 1,115 Views
I guess the “stay at home order” isn’t all bad; I had a chance to finish my Gnome HLG. Looking forward to some no-frills soaring..:
Posted by DutchRC | Yesterday @ 11:16 AM | 1,180 Views
Halloa peoples

sooo lockdown over there posibly? I hope you are doing well ofcourse.. And because we are now at home more then we probably want to be..
here is something you can do with your RC radio (for free)

Fight Boredom? Drive a (FREE!) Racing Sim with your RC Transmitter :) (30 min 11 sec)

Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 08:51 AM | 1,237 Views

DustOff #3 - King Kong/LDARC Tiny Wing 450 - Manual Mode Start to Finish ;-)


Banggood GCRC

Here is a link to the Video:

I thought this Tiny Wing would make for an excellent Micro FPV Wing ;-)
It has several flight modes; 6-axis, 3-axis, and manual.
It's made from EPP Foam which makes it extremely durable.
I think this Micro Wing has better Slow Flight Capability in Manual Mode than in Gyro Mode ;-)

Let's blow the Dust Off ;-)

Banggood GCRC

#GroundControlRC #GlueAndFly #ScratchBuildPlanes #TinyWing450 #KingKong #LDARC

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Here is a link to Micro SBUS Receivers:
***Make sure your Transmitter Protocol is supported

2.4G SP09X Micro DSM2/DSMX 3.3V-5V Satellite Receiver

2.4G 8CH Mini Receiver PPM SBUS Output for Frsky X9D(PLUS) XJT DJT DFT DHT

Flysky FS-A8S FS A8S V2 2.4G 8CH Mini RC Receiver with PPM i-BUS SBUS Output Reading
Posted by CMUECKAY | Yesterday @ 08:40 AM | 1,299 Views
The MIG-21 "Fishbed" before painting....
Posted by Qwinout | Yesterday @ 01:05 AM | 2,086 Views
RADIOMASTER TX16S Hall Sensor Gimbals 2.4G 16CH Multi-protocol RF System OpenTX Radio Transmitter for RC Drone Helicopter Toys

Note: Basic version is not hall gimbal , it's Potentiometer Gimbal.

Preordered product, it is expected to be shipped in Beginning of May.

It need to use with18650 battery, Please search it on my shop or contact us to add it.

Brand Name: RadioMaster
Item Name: TX16S Transmitter
Channel: 16CH
Mode: Mode2
Size: 183*212*66 mm
Weight: 736g (without battery)
Voltage: DC7-8.4V
Battery Compartment: 25*52*97mm
2 x18650 (tray included) , 21700 7.4v 2s Pack or 7.4v 2s Lipoly (Batteries not included)
Current: 400mah (excluding external module)
External Micro SD slot: Card Included
2 x External UART Expansion Ports
Touch Panel Ready (requires OpenTX 2.4 and Upgrade Panel Sold seperatly)
Industrial grade 4.3 inch 480*272 outdoor readable color screen
Compatible with OpenTX
Wheel menu button
Full Size High Quality HALL sensor gimbals with CNC Aluminum Facias (Optional)
Internal Multi-protocol RF System
Full Speed Native TBS Crossfire support (400K) (Optional)
Supports Telemetry (Protocol and Receiver dependent)
Memory 16M (can be expanded by Micro SD card)
Voice function
Vibration reminder function
Improved JR module slot
6-Flight Mode Buttons (Pixhawk and more!)
Three-color LED status display
USB-C Charging port.
USB-...Continue Reading
Posted by FeiJi | Apr 06, 2020 @ 09:27 PM | 2,566 Views
Here is a free pdf ebook on how to make a self balancing vehicle. Contains details on my models, problems, resolutions, suggestions, etc.

What I have discovered with my current vehicle model:

1. Vehicle makes right turns very sharply without falling over (gyroscope rotor is spinning to the left at about 10000 rpm) but falls on sharp turns to the left. It also falls making backward right-hand turns but not backward left turns.
2. Programming requires taking into account the natural precession of the rotor and corrections must take into account which of four sectors the rotor axis is in. This is forced precession as you cannot just place the gyroscope rotor at the balance point - that will not work. It is like you have to coax the rotor into a balanced position.
3. Corrections to the gyroscope gimbal must be programmatically made in short (approximately 50 millisecond) spurts with a slight delay following to allow the gyroscope to naturally precess to a balanced point.
4. Balancing requires a gyroscope rotor of mass/total vehicle weight of anywhere from 15 to 20%. Some seem to have been successful at 8% but I think that must be because it is a full-sized vehicle and probably more efficient than at the model level. Not sure.

How can we make sharp left turns (gyro spinning to the left) without falling over and only using a single gyroscope (two gyroscopes solves this problem but has other issues). One possible solution that I have yet to try is to put the gyroscope on a 2nd gimbal and turn it when the vehicle turns (like the Gyro-X car).
Posted by jmxp69 | Apr 06, 2020 @ 08:37 PM | 2,633 Views
Here is the first look at the FMS Pilatus PC-21
FMS PC-21 Pilatus RC Plane First Look (12 min 38 sec)

Posted by Javerb00 | Apr 06, 2020 @ 04:16 PM | 3,333 Views
I picked up a zohd orbit. No booklet. Have a spektrum ar6210 that i bought with it also no booklet. Fella needed money for groceries so purchased bunch his stuff. Anyways. Not sure how wire it up. I know seems basic... So before start playing around with it. Figure ask the pros. Fyi im new too this. I have only ever flown prebuilt planes. Thanks for any help guys. Also all new products. Thanks photos attached
Posted by mark_q | Apr 06, 2020 @ 12:30 PM | 3,687 Views
Because recent events have kept me sequestered on the computer and in the shop...

Yet another tool to help make things that are accurate and cool like this 80% version of the DWFoamies Juka40

DIY Benchtop CNC Build Article

First video-
DIY Benchtop CNC (3 min 30 sec)

Posted by cmdl | Apr 06, 2020 @ 11:28 AM | 3,729 Views
Using data from 117 countries, population and IQ have an almost perfect inverse relation as seen in the correlation coefficient.
The rate of population increase is irrelevant, any increase is sufficient.

Regardless of the cause, as long as population continues to increase, IQ will decrease.
Posted by onecrashaway | Apr 06, 2020 @ 06:47 AM | 4,155 Views
Still awaiting parts. Really nicely built model.
Posted by steve wenban | Apr 06, 2020 @ 06:06 AM | 4,281 Views
As everyone on the planet knows, its stay at home and stop the spread . And because I work on restoring a PBY Catalina which we have had to stop working on ,I was asked to restore the association model . I decided that it should be restored to a museum standard with a full metal jacket
for display with the full size when we complete it . I just wish it was as easy to work on the full size as it is the model . Photo's posted in no particular order of...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Apr 05, 2020 @ 11:44 PM | 4,827 Views
This is the 3rd and final installment in the Eflite Rare Bear series. The stock 8x8 prop has been swapped out for the more aggressive APC 9x9E prop and has been dynamically balanced, along with the spinner for an ultra fine throttle-up. Bench testing with a fully charged Admiral 4S 3000mAh 35C lipo yielded 68.9 max static amps with 1045 watts power - Great stats and within the "rated parameters" for the stock internals.

Eflite Rare Bear 880mm BNF Basic w/AS3X 4S Flight with APC 9x9E Propeller (4 min 24 sec)

My whole intent for this upgrade was to maximize the performance of the Rare Bear while keeping the AUW (All Up Weight) down as much as possible, for the ease of hand launch, as well as minimizing the amount of weight "momentum" it carries on landing approaches. With my APC 9x9E prop setup, the Rare Bear has significantly increased its power output and speed - hand launches are much easier, it can now clear the diagonal length of the double-wide lacrosse fields we fly at in under 3 seconds (formerly 3.5 seconds with the stock 8x8 prop), and has better slower landing characteristics on approach. All this for a $2.18 prop.. And all within spec.

With that said, I will be clear in saying that I have NO desire to go 5 or 6S - why spend more money on batts that I don't even own, just to increase the weight setup and make it a PITA to land on the field.. all for more speed that I don't even need? For $2.18, the APC 9x9E prop was a perfect choice...Continue Reading
Posted by Cirilo_e | Apr 05, 2020 @ 11:23 PM | 4,790 Views
I'm building a hexacopter but I want to see other people opinions on what motors, escs, flight controller, is recommended because I would like to add a gopro with a gimble so it would help if I can get any suggestions from you people also the frame I have already bought is the Tarot FY690S also have a budget of 650 us dollars thank you all
Posted by jmxp69 | Apr 05, 2020 @ 10:40 PM | 4,815 Views
I made a proof of concept version of this a few days ago. Here is v2 which will work as a long term discharger with details on how to build it.

LiPo Battery Discharger v2 - Build Your Own in about an Hour from Spare Parts (14 min 23 sec)