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Diamond Hobby/FMS F4U Corsair

Saturday, August 31st, 2013

We were propitious adequate to get this great-looking scale warbird for examination from Dymond Hobby. Here is a small hide demeanour of a examination by Jason Benson that seemed in this month Model Airplane News.   Diamond Hobby is a North American importer and distributor of FMS Model RC Aircraft. They import a really far-reaching operation […]

Sneak Peek: Hobby King 51-inch AT6 Texan

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Just a few hide look pix display some of a sum of this cold all froth turn nose warbird. Impressive facilities are 3-section separate flaps, electric retracts, landing- and navigation wingtip lights, and an engine sound complement that’s tied to a stifle by a ESC. It facilities a 2 in. orator that provides, sound for […]

More Triplane Pix from Kingston IMAA event

Friday, August 30th, 2013

With special interjection to Dave Penchuk (IMAA section 217 President(, Time Capsules Photography, and MAN writer Ken Park, for some good photos from a event. Here are some some-more good pix of a Balsa USA Fokker Triplane. we am blissful to get these pix as we was behind a transmitter! Thanks guys! The reason we go […]

Evolve 300 CX RTF Review

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Avoid collisions with this considerable coaxial heliThere are twin things that mount out about a new Evolve 300 CX coaxial helicopter from Innovative Flight Technologies (IFT) — a stretch and innovative on-board Collision Avoidance Technology (CAT). Well, actually, there are other considerable features, though these twin unequivocally squeeze your attention. Loosely styled after a Eurocopter […]

Incredible Orange F-16

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

The biannual Jet World Masters is holding place now in Meringen, Switzerland, and we can gamble there are some extraordinary models in a air! One of them is Gerald Rutten’s F-16, featured in his video below. Gerald records that he placed second in immobile judging with this jet during a 2011 event, and a indication wasn’t […]