Posted by nigelsheffield | Today @ 06:32 AM | 75 Views
Work in progress.
This by far the best 2s whoop there is out there, it's power and speed and handling are amazing and the price is ridiculously cheap.
Mobula7 V2 2s whoop windy garden flight but it handles it fine. (3 min 14 sec)


I already reviewed the mobula7 v1 a while back and it was and still is the best of the 2s whoops by far and now it's even better so I got hold of the V2 ( comes as standard now and there is no longer the v1 for sale ) thanks to banggood for sending me this one to review.

The updates are as follows

V2 frame is stronger ( I never broke my v1 frame but others did )
Power harness wires are thicker and so are the wires on the batteries ( gives more power )
Betaflight version 4.0 ( more locked in feel better handling )
Supplied with a jumper for using 1s battery
Nice box with foam inserts which could be used for transportation

Depending on which version you get it comes with a 6 port charger and four 1s batteries.

The result is superb , there is even more power and the tune feels better than the v1 which was already great.

If you are thinking about getting a 2s whoop this is the one to get.
Affiliate link here , please consider buying through this , it will cost you no extra and it will help me prove to banggood that it's worth them sending me samples for review.
https://www.banggood.com/Happymodel-...r_warehouse=CN

Some pics to compare the wires etc and see what's in the box.
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Posted by AGFrc Nicole | Today @ 03:35 AM | 119 Views
We have two new servos waiting for master to test them, any volunteers ?

A80BHMW

Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4 V
Operating speed: 0.120sec/60°@6.0V
Operating speed: 0.100sec/60°@7.4V
Operating speed: 0.085sec/60°@8.4V
Stall Torque: 31kg.cm @6.0V
Stall Torque: 36kg.cm @7.4V
Stall Torque: 40kg.cm @8.4V
Gear: Steel
Motor: BLS
Size: 40*20*37.2mm
Weight: 79g
Connector Wire: JR 300 mm


A35BHM

Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4 V
Operating speed: 0.080sec/60°@ 6.0V
Operating speed: 0.072sec/60°@ 7.4V
Operating speed: 0.065sec/60°@ 8.4V
Stall Torque: 6.5kg.cm @ 6.0V
Stall Torque: 7.5kg.cm @ 7.4V
Stall Torque: 8.5kg.cm @ 8.4V
Gear: Titanium
Motor: BLS
Size: 35.5*15*29.2mm
Weight: 35g
Connector Wire: JR 180 mm
Posted by Merch | Today @ 03:33 AM | 130 Views
https://www.banggood.com/JJRC-H70-PLANC-Attitude-Hold-Mini-Drone-With-Foldable-Arm-Ultra-light-RC-Quadcopter-RTF-p-1418691.html






Not for outdoor flying imo,video will be posted later today.


JJRC H70 PLANC Attitude Hold Mini Drone With Foldable Arm Ultra-light RC Quadcopter RTF

Description:
Brand: JJRC
Item No: H70
Material: ABS
Channel:4CH
Motor: Brushed
Color: Blue/Red
Battery: 3.7V 350mAh
Transmitter Battery:3XAAA batteries(not included)
Charging Time: about 50mins
Flight Time: 5mins
R/C Distance: About 40m
Package Size: 15.1*6.8*13.5cm
Product Size: 8.5*10.2*1.2cm

Features: Forward/Backward, Ascend/Descend, Turen left/ Right, Left/Right Sideward, Headless Mode, Return To Home, Attitude Hold, High/Low Speed Mode

Functions:
1.Click-in Battery: The removable battery is convenient for charging and safe to use.
2.Attitude Hold- Equipped with advanced barometer sensor,the drone is able to carry out the stable and steady hovering flights
3.Return To Home: Just press the one key return button, the drone would return to home automatically
4.Headless mode:no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying.
5.High/Low Speed Mode: A newbie or master, you can fly the drone at your desired speed with three different speed modes available.
6.Luminous/Navigation Light: The night navigation light enables night flight.

Package Included:
1 x RC Drone
1 x Transmitter
1 x 3.7V 350mAh Lipo Battery
1 x USB Charger
4 x Propeller
1 x Screwdriver
1 x Manual






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Posted by AGFrc Nicole | Today @ 03:18 AM | 127 Views
Today we share a powerful mini servo with friends!
Hope you like it~ and kindly share your views, welcome your suggestions!
We also have a brushless version A35BHM... You can search item number of brand AGFRC on amazon to get it !

AGFrc A35CHM Mini Servo 35g 12.5KG-CM Ti Gear 0.085sec/60°


Specification

Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4 V

Operating speed: 0.125sec/60°@ 6.0V

Operating speed: 0.095sec/60°@ 7.4V

Operating speed: 0.085sec/60°@ 8.4V

Stall Torque: 10.5kg.cm @ 6.0V

Stall Torque: 11.5kg.cm @ 7.4V

Stall Torque: 12.5kg.cm @ 8.4V

Gear: Titanium

Motor: CLS

Size: 35.5*15*29.2mm

Weight: 35g

Connector Wire: JR 180 mm

Feature

High performance digital servo

High precision titanium gear

High quality coreless motor

Dual ball bearing

Full CNC aluminium housing

Ideal for airplane, helicopter, glider, car, robot etc
Posted by frank4wing | Today @ 02:06 AM | 153 Views
I wanted some more footage from the Mobius Mini. This thing is a bit heavy for 3 inch which made chasing the wings more difficult but I like the picture quality.

Wing Twins, Mobius Mini on XJB-145 (4 min 15 sec)

Posted by QuadBuilder89 | Today @ 01:01 AM | 190 Views
This is a video from my trip to Las Vegas Please subscribe and like

Flying FPV in Nevada (4 min 37 sec)

Posted by Bunnyshooter223 | Yesterday @ 10:04 PM | 262 Views
I may be selling some stuff because... I got a used (low time) Mikado Logo 480 Xxtreme! Previous owner assembled it, stated it has about 12 test flights to check the fbl etc.

It looks new! The gorgeous 480 canopy is immaculate. Carbon fiber frame. Simple belt system. 1090mm disc (that's a 3.5 foot long collective-pitch propeller to us plank guys)!

I wanted a larger Heli to fly at the field. Now, this Logo 480 is an on-hold project until i get more stick time flying my Blade Trio 180 CFX & Lynx Oxy3 Qube...

The Logo 480 needs an FBL, battery, 2 satellite Rx's, & of course setup. I also plan to upgrade my radio. Thinking about a DX8 or V-Control radio. Either Icon2 or V-Bar fbl.
The DX8 would be best for all my rc models while the V-control radio would make an exceptional heli control system

This Logo 480 is the new Ferrari of my rc model fleet. It is fully 3D yet i read it can handle fairly low head speeds. My other 'Ferarri' is my Oxy3 Qube (that just needs a Sat Rx)

I have been practicing my Heli pilot skills on Heli-X demo via PC. My pogress has been impressive enough that i maidened my Blade 180 CFX today.

I really like the Heli-X Demo, am thinking of buying it. It has my Logo 480 and Oxy3 Qube in it. May also have the 180 CFX too, which is cool. Heli-X additionally features Align & Logo 550 helis (i may step up to a 550 later).
I do like Realflight 8 HH Edition, but it is 2x to 3x the price! I believe Heli-X is around $55. Realflight 8 HH has some newer stuff and more planes... but i like Heli-X's vast assortment of popular Helis

The funny thing, both Heli-X and Logo are German makes & my Logo 480 came with an upgraded Lynx Swash

Good day and God Bless
Posted by DutchRC | Yesterday @ 09:15 PM | 308 Views
Halloa guys,

have you come across this (maybe?) upcoming Topsky goggle? I have not seen a lot of info / postings on it.. But well.. maybe we can use this topic to gather info on it..
So far I actually don't even have a name for it..

Let's start with some pictures..





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Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 04:46 PM | 411 Views


Wow ! 93 grams / 150 grams and 199 grams ... ( Flying weights )
The elf weighs less than half that of the Techone DLG 1000

From a weight perspective , I think I have things covered .
Posted by VicT | Yesterday @ 04:00 PM | 463 Views
Swapping out the Timber RX for the V900 RX solved the problem of wing rocking at full throttle with SAFE on or off. This is because the V900 was designed to go much faster than the Timber. There is proper pitch and roll with SAFE on at full speed and at slow speeds.
I recommend the V900 RX instead of the Timber RX for the AVISTAR ELITE.

Specs:
Rimfire 46
(Max constant amps 60, max surge 100 amps) max constant watts 1100, max surge watts 1850
With a 13x4 APC 72 amps and 1400 watts measured

Castle Edge 100 amp ESC
Turnigy Graphene 5S 5000 lipos
Posted by jricchio | Yesterday @ 01:32 PM | 582 Views
I purchased this VQ P-40 Warhawk ARF a few years ago and finally got around to building it. Powered by a Dualsky XM5050EA-8 and a Dualsky 80amp ESC. Electric retracts from FMS. The pilot was scanned from a gear shift knob and 3D printed by a club member. Decals from Callie Graphics. I will be going with a 5 cell setup for the maiden based on the info from Jerry Festa’s review and build in 2016 here on rcgroups. I just need some good weather for a maiden! Sayonara Suckers!...Continue Reading
Posted by Xpress.. | Yesterday @ 12:44 PM | 608 Views
Hello all,

We have a surplus of Rockstar KIT and RR models, as well as StuntMaster RR, and FunRacer White Edition models that are in desperate need of new homes!!

>>>BLOWOUT SALE!!<<<

ROCKSTAR RR MODEL: $99.99ea!!

ROCKSTAR KIT MODEL: $49.99ea!!

STUNTMASTER RR MODEL: $59.99ea!!

FUNRACER WHITE EDITION: $129.99ea!!


Rock bottom pricing will not last long. Better hurry, once they're gone, they're gone for good!
Posted by canino | Yesterday @ 10:49 AM | 588 Views
My review
JJRC Q65 Fully proportional Cheap Jeep (6 min 7 sec)

Very nice body, nice lights and fully proportional.
$35.99 coupon: JJQ65
Get it here: https://www.banggood.com/nl/CES-NEWS...r_warehouse=CN

Or win it here:
JJRC Q65 Giveaway (everyone can enter) (0 min 54 sec)
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Posted by Wingmanrc93 | Yesterday @ 10:49 AM | 583 Views
Was looking for a new canopies for the blade 130s not much selection that I liked. So I decided to get the 130x canopies. which one is the best?
Posted by Wingmanrc93 | Yesterday @ 10:46 AM | 589 Views
Very impressed with a v911. Bought the Blade 70s to compare. The v911 is way more controlled in the house.
The blade 70s seems like on a turn it continues to drift or what I like to call hydroplane haha. Also the battery plug for the blade 70s sucks although it is quieter.
The hero RC h911 is a beast.
Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 10:23 AM | 621 Views
The Pilot's Lounge - Episode #10 - In the Pipe! The F22 Mini V3B, Review & Project Updates



Here is a link to the Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsqgrBo88No

Review Updates:

HTIRC Hornet Series 12A 2-4S Brushless ESC With 5V/1A BEC
https://www.banggood.com/HTIRC-Horne...47791920140372

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The "Glue & Fly Series" F-22 Micro V2 Plans have been published on our Patreon Site.
Is it worth a $1 per Month for Exclusive Content and Aircraft Plans?
Here's a link to the Patreon Site: https://www.patreon.com/groundcontrolrc

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The "Glue & Fly Series" F-22 Mini V3 (Alpha) has had extensive testing by myself as well as e3Scott.
This Parkjet was nearly production ready on the first build ;-)
We have made some design changes in the Nacelle, Servo Size and Location, as well as to the Aircraft Plans that will make it easier for others to build.
e3Scott's input on these changes, both in the design and plans, has been invaluable and I have had a blast working with him on making this Parkjet even better and watching him fly it with great skill.
I am currently performing Test Flights of the "Glue & Fly Series" F-22 Mini V3 (Beta) and I like what I see ;-)

I appreciate all the support given to me by our Youtube Subscribers so I'm releasing the "Glue & Fly Series" F-22 Micro V1 Plans to our Subscribers.
It takes a lot of funds to purchase several sets of electronics for testing, time to design,...Continue Reading