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Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Starting with a throttle, let’s initial take a demeanour during a servo. There are those pilots who trust a stifle servo should be usually as quick and absolute as those used on a swashplate so quick stifle changes can be done for 3D flying. However, we am not of this faith for a following reasons. […]

Wow a Crowd with a Slow Roll!

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Want to piquancy adult this weekend’s flying? The delayed hurl is a severe classical scheme that’s indeed most harder to perform than it looks. With a small practice, though, you’ll be prepared to put on a show!  Enter true and level, full-power hurl left Slowly supplement right rudder Maximum right rudder Smoothly redeem right rudder […]

Painting Scale Pilot Helmets

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

I put a outrageous volume of fact in a helmets of my Best Pilots commander total given a a greatest thing that’s beheld when your commander is sitting in a cockpit. Most moody helmets are leather and that’s what’s shown in a Dec 2011 emanate of MAN. The following technique works like sorcery in replicating […]

Monster OV-10 Bronco

Friday, May 30th, 2014

Without a doubt, a friends opposite a pool take giant-scale modeling seriously … just take a demeanour during this behemoth Bronco! With a 14-foot wingspan, this OV-10 was designed to use dual Zenoah 62 gas engines and weighs in during around pounds. The hulk was creatively built by Tony Nijuis, and new owner Steve Holland is drifting it at a new UK […]

Super-Scale “Super Puma”

Friday, May 30th, 2014

If we like troops birds, you’ll love Roger Nieto’s good scale EC 725 Caracal, filmed in Coëtquidan, France. Equipped with Vario mechanics and a Baumann fuselage, the helicopter is powered by a gas engine turning a five-blade categorical rotor and four-blade tail. Robart retracts supplement to a scale appeal. Great helicopter, glorious drifting … just wish we could hear those […]