Posted by jmxp69 | Yesterday @ 10:32 PM | 148 Views
Maiden day for the Waco was nasty windy. I got out at sunrise and took another shot at it. A calm day made all the difference:

Dynam Waco 2nd Flight (6 min 25 sec)

Posted by GBLynden | Yesterday @ 06:33 PM | 341 Views
Go for a ride on my ZOHD Talon GT Rebel RC Plane With Runcam 2 Onboard Footage!

Go For A Ride On My ZOHD Talon GT Rebel RC Plane With Runcam 2 Onboard Footage (6 min 45 sec)

Posted by Fester602 | Yesterday @ 03:50 PM | 410 Views
I recently was given a skyrover 6 blade drone the remote will not pair to drone is there e anyways to download an app or make any other remote qork
Posted by Pieter Bot | Yesterday @ 03:12 PM | 419 Views

My new project is to build a Jodel D9 "BeBe".
The kit is from RBC kits.
I still get some tips/tricks which help me building this plane, it's my third kit (1st Red Eagle glider, 2st Chica).
At this moment i am building the stabilo and wing. See the pictures.
Motor will be : Propdrive V2 4248 650KV
Receiver: Spektrum , type not sure yet
Posted by Old_Pilot | Yesterday @ 01:53 PM | 517 Views
On the downwind leg, my instructor shut down the port engine, and wouldn't let me flying a drunken whale with a hard starboard list.......

A300 Airbus, 07L Hong Kong Port engine out (2 min 23 sec)

Posted by jmxp69 | Yesterday @ 01:04 PM | 701 Views
This didn't quite work out the way I expected it to...
Dynam Grand Cruiser Maiden (14 min 58 sec)

Posted by BernardW | Yesterday @ 12:37 PM | 716 Views
Very sad to hear about this -
The 3 American crew aboard that plane had come with it to Australia to help fight the fires, and perished doing it. This explains better than I can -

It says there are 80 fires still burning in NSW and half of them uncontained. So it's by no means finished yet. It's still very dangerous fire conditions across most of the country and they're burning all the time in other states too.
I think it's incredible what the water bomber crews do. These videos have most often been about the Large and Very Large Air Tankers but there are all kinds of flying machines throwing retardant against the fires. It must be so dangerous. All those fire crews out there are doing a fantastic job against those terrible fires and some are losing their lives to it. It really moves me.
Posted by skeeter honey | Yesterday @ 12:28 PM | 782 Views
Being relative new to this hobby, I haven't really become accustomed to dropping a few hundred bucks on decent birds that I'll get to fly a couple dozen times (at best) before turning them into piles of garbage. So instead of a locked-in BNF plane for $250, I decided to spend just as much (not really) piecemeal on some kits, starting with something small and relatively easy and working up to a NIB GWS ME-262 kit I have collecting dust.

Finding cheap, decent ARFs doesn't seem as easy as it used to be, or so old threads here would have me believe, but I did find that one can get an old EPO FlyFly ARF kit on the Value Hobby site for only $20.

So why not? I ordered it and it arrived in no time. After checking the contents, it looked like everything was there.

I was immediately impressed (but what do I know) with the quality of the kit. Pieces fit together very nicely (manufacturing nubs notwithstanding), and it's much tougher than I was expecting. The only complaint right out of the gate was that the main gear is not F4U gear, but it'll do. The tail gear is very true to the original, and I have plans for that. Also, the left wingtip by the aileron was slightly bent, but I poured hot water on it and it popped right back into place without the surface distortion you get on EPS.
Posted by BDOG1 | Yesterday @ 12:06 PM | 741 Views
I spent last evening with my monokote iron working on the tail group of the DAW 1-26 and DAW P-51 Mustang
Its so relaxing to lay some covering down and see projects nearing completion
The 1-26 needs to have the control snakes installed ,plastic covers added over the tops of the servos and then the fuse can be covered .

The Mustang fuse is ready for some 3M- 77, stapping tape and then covering .
I am using the HK covering on both planes ,it is nice to work with
Posted by 1nspectorGadget | Yesterday @ 11:29 AM | 754 Views
V-Coptr Falcon Drone | Snap Poll (3 min 10 sec)

The V-Coptr Falcon two-rotor drone by Zero Zero Robotics is probably one of the most polarizing yet highly anticipated drone offerings that I have seen. Some folks proclaimed, "scam" when the drone was first announced. This may in part be due to the delays Zero Zero Robotics had in developing and releasing the Hover 2. I also think the declaration of 50-minutes of flight time raised suspicions. With only two motors to power, could it actually be possible?
Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 09:12 AM | 797 Views
Sneak Peek on my Build Progress of the MinimumRC B-25 Mitchell Part 4

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Posted by Bill M - RC | Yesterday @ 07:33 AM | 812 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

Bugs 5W 4K review. In this MJX Bugs 5W B5W 4K version review I include unboxing, inspection, functions, features, app, calibration, camera, flight, duration and failsafe tests.

Get this MJX Bugs 5W B5W 4K Version 5G WIFI FPV GPS Quadcopter Drone with Single-axis Gimbal 20mins Flying Time Follow Me Mode RTF here now:

MJX Bugs 5W 4K Version Full review 5G WIFI FPV GPS Quadcopter Drone (47 min 27 sec)

MJX Bugs 5W B5W review - 4K 3840x [email protected] Video & photos in overcast conditions:

MJX Bugs 5W B5W review - 4K 3840x [email protected] Video & photos in overcast conditions . (3 min 43 sec)
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Posted by Mergan | Yesterday @ 06:20 AM | 1,111 Views
Looking to purchase an Aquacopter Bulfrog frame.
Checking if anyone has one for sale?

Posted by old4570 | Jan 25, 2020 @ 07:55 PM | 2,531 Views
Posted by jetpilotrich | Jan 25, 2020 @ 07:47 PM | 2,561 Views
See the New HSDJETSUSA.COM 12s 105mm Super Viper PAVED RUNWAY FLIGHT DEMO here and some bonus pictures of some COMING SOON Models! Enjoy!


Posted by siriusflier | Jan 25, 2020 @ 06:43 PM | 2,754 Views

I have been flying helis and quads for about 10 years, and also posted a lot of reviews during that time. I also have a few ground vehicles and have even reviewed a couple of those. But the only planes I ever tried were more than 10 years ago before I started helis and quads, and I had little successs with them. Then the first week of November 2019, I got an airplane, the XK A430, then the A600, then a Volantex 767-2, then an OMPHobby T720. So I have only been flying planes for about 2.5 months. I still consider myself to be mostly a beginner at planes, but I have progressed to aerobatic flight, at least doing loops and rolls, mostly with the T720. All without a club, an instructor, or a similator program.

I like the planes I have with mid mounted motors and pusher props, I like the planes I have that are good gliders, and the plane made of EPO foam has proven to be very durable. So when I came accross the Hobby Zone Aeroscout S 1100 it peaked my interest. A beginner plane made of EPO, decent size, steerable nose wheel, 3 flight modes, capable of aerobatics, a possibility of taking off and landing on rough surfaces or grass, a pusher prop, and possibly decent flight times. But I had always avoided Horizon Hobby and their seemingly expensive products. So I read all that I could find about the Aeroscout, it really seems like there is not that much, and I was left with questions I could not find the answers to. It took me a couple of weeks to make up...Continue Reading
Posted by jetpilotrich | Jan 25, 2020 @ 05:53 PM | 2,929 Views
HSDJETSUSA.COM 12s 105mm Super Viper FLIGHT REVIEW here and some bonus pictures of some COMING SOON Models! Enjoy!
HSD SUPER VIPER 12S V4 from HSDJETSUSA.COM Flight Review By: RCINFORMER (22 min 17 sec)

Posted by jetpilotrich | Jan 25, 2020 @ 05:38 PM | 2,981 Views
See the New HSDJETSUSA.COM 12s 105mm Super Viper Unboxing here and some bonus pictures of some COMING SOON Models! Enjoy!
HSD SUPER VIPER 12S V4 From HSDJETSUSA.COM Unboxing By: RCINFORMER (25 min 25 sec)

Posted by karenjohn91 | Jan 25, 2020 @ 04:30 PM | 3,058 Views
Help .. I have a thunder quake 1/8 scale and need a 2 speed clutch bell for it dtxc 7132/7133
Anyone have one that’s in good condition or new one laying around they might want to sell

Any ideas if there’s another part that might work in its place

Thanks for any help