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Archive for October, 2014

Proto-X FPV 2.4GHz RTF

Friday, October 31st, 2014

The Proto-X FPV is durable, fast and easy to fly. It puts we in a pilot’s chair by streaming intelligible HD video to a transmitter’s 4.5” shade and lets we save your in-flight videos to a enclosed memory label for after review. It’s easy to fly indoors or out, gyro stabilized, and comes with an […]

Tactic TTX410 4-Channel SLT Radio

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Whether you’re starting out or relocating up, a TTX410 has a lot to offer during a really reasonable price. It gives we a dependability of 2.4GHz record with a combined confidence of Secure Link Technology (SLT) — a same custom used in a receivers of all transmitter-ready aircraft. Push a receiver’s button, and we emanate […]

Tactic TTX610 6-Channel SLT Radio

Friday, October 31st, 2014

The TTX610 is a arguable 6-channel radio that gives we a control we need for vast planes with retracts, flaps and other additional functions. It also facilities SLT, so with only one symbol we can emanate an unbreakable couple between your conductor and receiver. Plus, SLT creates it ideal for use with Tx-R aircraft! Additional […]

Smoke Systems Explained–How to be an RC Skywriter!

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

If we have ever been to an RC airshow, afterwards you’ve seen aerobatic airplanes regulating fume during their moody routines. When used properly, fume systems can supplement a good understanding to your moody presentation. The aberration it gives to specific segments of your moody slight will boost their interest and pizzazz to both a spectators […]

P-47 Thunderbolt Makeover—Republic’s Street Fighter in British War Paint

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

I’ve always favourite Republic’s large P-47 Thunderbolt and I’m certain I’m not alone. A longtime favorite of warbird enthusiasts, a Jug has a possess conspicuous place in a story of aerial warfare. In use about a same time as a equally apparent P-51 Mustang, Supermarine Spitfire, and Messerschmitt Bf 109, it had really tiny in […]