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Throwback Thursday — 30% Staudacher

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Not terribly old, though behind in 1999, my favorite craft was this 30% scale GS300 Staudacher from a GSP (Giant Scale Planes) ARC. It was powered by a 3W 60cc back initiation singular cylinder gas engine, was given with JR 8103 radio rigging and it was lonesome and finished with Hangar 9 Ultracoat and Cajun RC […]

Hobby People P-47

Friday, February 28th, 2014

We always suffer reviewing new aircraft generally one like Hobby People’s  P-47. This craft has a ton of scale fact during a reasonable cost and with really small build time. Check out what the reviewer, Mike Gantt, has to contend about this good small drifting aircraft.

Precision Aerobatics Addiction XL

Friday, February 28th, 2014

If we are into aerobatics you’re going to wish to see this video below. This is a obsession XL from pointing aerobatics. Cutting-edge record creates this one of a lightest planes out there and this is clear in it’s drifting abilities. We put a best male on a job, Mike Gantt, to chuck this thing […]

Best in Show: Museum-Scale Fokker Triplane

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

When it comes to tip spin scale modeling, a WRAM uncover is a place to go to see what a Northeast territory of a nation has to offer. One of a best scale modelers we know of is Mike Gross Sr., from a Long Island Sky Hawks club. From Mastic Beach, NY, Mike won a […]

8 QUICK WORKSHOP TIPS

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

MAN contributors and readers are a crafty bunch, and they’re always entrance adult with easier, some-more fit ways to build and set adult airplanes. Here are 8 seminar tips that we consider you’ll suffer using. Have a tip of your possess you’d like to share? Send us an email during MAN@airage.com. Simple Pushrod Guide I […]