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Posted by rawr404 | May 09, 2011 @ 09:03 PM | 3,474 Views
Some build pics and video of my new Hobby Lobby Yak 55, only took about 2.5 hours for me to put together! Really rigid, light nice airplane. The control rods/horns were really simple and nice as well.

Hope you enjoy!
Maiden Flight of My Hobby Lobby Yak 55 (3 min 19 sec)

Posted by rawr404 | Feb 02, 2010 @ 03:29 PM | 5,017 Views
Hello Thought I'd share my Tiny 3D with you all. It's incredibly gentle and slow on 2s and does great 3D on 3s.

HXT 24g 1300kv "Blue Wonder" Outrunner
Turnigy Plush 10A 9g ESC
x3 HXT900's
3s Rhino 610 mAh
Dow BlueCor Foam!

Feel free to ask me questions!
Here's a video:
Posted by rawr404 | Jun 26, 2009 @ 12:30 PM | 5,336 Views
I built this plane from the Leadfeather design and it flies great. really easy to hover. More video to come!

The Gear:
Servos: Aileron - BMS380MG, Rudder and Elevator - HXT900's
Motor/Prop/ESC - http://www.hobbycity.com/hobbycity/s...3.8_Prop_Combo
Zippy 1300 mAh 11.1v 3s Battery
GWS Micro Receiver
Dow Fan Fold Foam

Edit: Another video!
My New EPP Yak 55 (1 min 29 sec)

Hovering Practice with My Yak 55 by Leadfeather Design (3 min 38 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by rawr404 | May 28, 2009 @ 08:47 PM | 5,304 Views
Video of my Polaris

Thanks for watching!

My Polaris Seaplane Parkflyer! (2 min 44 sec)

Posted by rawr404 | May 25, 2009 @ 06:58 PM | 6,549 Views
Here's some pics of my Polaris that I just built. I'm going to add a few more build pics later. It looks rough, but it won't after I sand the spackle and paint it!
Here's a video of mine: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show....php?t=1056670
Posted by rawr404 | May 06, 2009 @ 06:13 PM | 5,323 Views
I gave my old Rafale a face lift yesterday because it was too hard to see in the air. Here's some pics!!!
Do you think I should do some more tiger stripes on the other wing?
Posted by rawr404 | Mar 02, 2009 @ 06:30 PM | 5,951 Views
Here's a vid of the F-18:
Not a great flight, but I just wanted it to get in the air.

Latest video:
6mmFlyRC F-18 Hornet (2 min 19 sec)

And then here's pics after i got it stuck in the tree in my front lawn after the most random and dumb wind gust EVER.

Edit: More pics of it after it fell from 100ft. up!
Posted by rawr404 | Feb 23, 2009 @ 03:09 PM | 6,739 Views
I don't know if it actually is, but has the same paint job and it's definitely a 747. Snapped this pic over my house today.
Posted by rawr404 | Jan 30, 2009 @ 03:27 PM | 6,461 Views
Here's the video of my T2 with an outrunner:
My Typhoon 2 With a Brushless Outrunner (2 min 55 sec)

Posted by rawr404 | Jan 26, 2009 @ 08:21 PM | 9,892 Views
Edit: New motor, it is Turnigy's equivalent to the Park 480. I am currently using it and it is perfect.

I finally got tired of replacing gearbox after gearbox an my Typhoon 2 so, guess what, time to order a sweet outrunner!! I used a 77g motor from Hobbycity.com (See below). This motor is lighter than the Park 480, just as powerful (if not more), and is only $17 ($52 cheaper that the Park 480). The installation took only about 2 hours. Easy as pie. This is the mount I did, but if you want a removable from the firewall version, click here: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...postcount=1067 Here's some steps:

1. Order this motor: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...er_1020kv.html
2. Go to Home Depot and get some 1 inch spacers, at least 8 washers, 4 #8 allen head 1 3/4 inch bolts, and some nylon lock nuts. Also get some light ply from your LHS.
3. Take off the firewall and try to get it off without losing a lot of foam from the fuselage.
4. Cut 2 squares of ply and epoxy them to the firewall. (you can also just screw the ply into the firewall, but i prefer epoxy)
5. Drill the four holes through the wood an firewall that will match the motor mount.
6. Then, use a dremel and the circular sander to cut away the foam/plastic/dried epoxy and to make spaces for the washer/lock nut. (see pictures for help)
7. Attach motor mount (that should already be mounted to motor) on to the wood. The order of the items shold be: Allen head bolt/motor mount/ spacer/washer/wood/...Continue Reading
Posted by rawr404 | Jan 07, 2009 @ 05:37 PM | 6,374 Views
If you have ever asked yourself "What does a HobbyCity order look like?" or "How is HobbyCity's shipping quality?" or "Should I order from Hobbycity?", here's your answer. Hobbycity.com gives you great quality parts that do not come damaged. HC has great prices, and there is no doubt that you should order from them. My favorite is the HS-55 comparable HXT900 that is only $3.49!!!! Here's how my last order came and what I got:

All of this for $108.88 shipped!!! This order came in 11 days and the previous one in 6 days.
Posted by rawr404 | Jan 07, 2009 @ 05:21 PM | 7,844 Views
Edit: June 12th = Maiden flight and crash. See post #35 for more.
This is a Sukhoi 31 from Black Horse Models. It has a 70" wingspan and is about 5 and a half to 6 feet long. It will have a Super Tigre G2300 engine under that massive cowl. Can't wait to be in the air!!!!!!!!!!

The Gear:
2 Spektrum DS821 on the dual elevator
2 Spektrum DS821 on ailerons
1 Futaba S3003 on a pull-pull rudder
1 Hitec 322HD on the throttle
Super Tigre G2300
Futaba 9Z 1024PCM
18x6 APC...Continue Reading
Posted by rawr404 | Jan 07, 2009 @ 05:11 PM | 9,972 Views
Here's my Extra 300 from an RC Super Powers design. You can find it here: http://www.rcpowers.com/extra300/extra300about.htm

My Gear:
HS-55's x2 (ailerons)
HXT 900 x1 (elevator)
BMS 15g Metal Gear x1 (rudder)
Dow Bluecor FFF Foam
CF Rods
Futaba 9Z PCM 1024

Posted by rawr404 | Jan 07, 2009 @ 05:02 PM | 6,300 Views
Here's my F22 Parkjet that flew alright, but I made it a bit under-powered so I crashed it after a few flights.
Posted by rawr404 | Nov 13, 2008 @ 07:21 AM | 6,523 Views
Got my LED's set up, just 3, nothing fancy as it is my first time. Thanks Mr. Wade!