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Sneak Peek — Lowers-Minges LM-1 Reno Racer

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Designed and built for a MAN construction essay by Mark Rittinger, a LM-1 racer was a leader of a Designer Scale difficulty during a Toledo RC Expo and trade show. The minute construction essay will be in a Jan 2016 emanate of MAN so stay tuned for more. Here’s what Mark had to contend about […]

Sopwith Camel — Video Sneak Peek

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Featured in a arriving Dec 2015 emanate of MAN, a newest construction essay is for editor Gerry Yarrish’s 1/4-scale Sopwith Camel. Designed with CAD and featuring laser cut tools (also available), this WW1 classical is competition scale and it has glorious moody fortitude and performance. It has an 84 in. camber and is powered by […]

Red Arrows RC Airshow

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Check out a  team of  Steve and Matt Bishop drifting their turbine-powered Red Arrow BAe Hawks, finish with wingtip smoke! Very considerable drifting and coordination from this father and son team, who wow a crowds during events around a globe. Enjoy a show, pleasantness of a father and son video group of Pete and Dean […]

RPM Landing Gear For The LaTrax Alias

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

The LaTrax Alias is a tiny, fun and efficient flyer, nonetheless suffers from belligerent clearway issues. If we occur to land in grass, there’s a possibility we can incidentally strike a blade, that in turn, can means a engine failure. Since a Alias is geared towards a entry-level flyer, there’s also a need for some-more […]

Installing a Dummy Rotary Engine — Dressing adult my Camel — Part 3

Monday, September 21st, 2015

So, we finished adult a manikin rotary engine for a Sopwith Camel this weekend. The over all plan took usually about 10 hours and widespread over a few days, that’s no time during all. we finally motionless to insert a molded engine to a inside of a engine cowling. This is a standard approach to […]