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Master a basics: true and turn flight

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

If you’ve seen particular IMAC maneuvers, you’ve substantially beheld one cause that ties all together: true and turn flight. When drifting an aerobatic sequence, we contingency start and finish any of your maneuvers in true and turn flight. Since true and turn moody signifies a finish of one intrigue and a commencement of a subsequent […]

40% Aluminum DHC-2 Beaver

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

Would we trust over 2,000 rivets reason this pleasing airframe together? Just like a full-size large brother, this 230-inch-span scale aircraft has aluminum piece covering. A Moki 420cc 5-cylinder radial engine spinning a tradition 40-inch column lets it fly during speeds of adult to 60mph. Thanks to Pete and Dean Coxon for filming this hulk during […]

Sky Skooter

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

Before we begin, we need to explain because we designed a Sky Skooter. we have always been intrigued by a thought of holding my mother and kids or some friends to a apart place, 500 or 600 miles away, faster than we could in a car. The Cirrus, a Lancair, and a few other 200-plus […]

Mini Mustang: Is it scale?

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

This 80% scale Mustang, built in a U.S., puts on a uncover during a Willis Warbirds Fighter Meet in Little Gransden, UK. Love that V8 engine and 4-blade prop! The commander is eerily lifelike.

Taming a Camel – Bavarian Demon Flight Stabilization System

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

I had an engaging time during a new Warbirds over Delaware hulk scale event. we was drifting my newly finished 1/4-scale Sopwith Camel and was carrying some problem alighting a brief nosed WW1 biplane. we made three flights any finale by flipping over on a nose and we pennyless 3 propellers. Not my best showing. It […]