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Magnetic Cowl Attachment

Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Neodymium magnets are members of a singular earth family and finished from a multiple of iron, boron and of course, neodymium. They were grown by General Motors and Sumitomo Special Metals in a early 1980s and are a strongest permanent magnets to date.  These magnets are truly amazing. Their strength is over 10 times a […]

Secraft Battery Trays

Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Take a demeanour during these new battery holders from Secraft. These anodized aluminum trays mountain really simply to a prosaic surface, and concede for elementary battery designation and removal. The rubber tag yield combined reason for a secure hold. Available in dual sizes, and dual colors. http://www.espritmodel.com/battery-tray-holder-aluminum-anti-slip-m-115x50mm-39g.aspx http://www.espritmodel.com/battery-tray-holder-aluminum-anti-slip-s-83x47mm-23g.aspx  

Name that Big Bipe (It’s not a Jungmeister!)

Friday, September 18th, 2015

This surprising RC bipe can unequivocally put on a show! The 13-foot-span, 67-pound aircraft is a scale indication of an Icelandic homebuilt called an “Aerokot” that was designed and flown by aerobatic champion commander Hunn Senadel. Based on a Jungmeister though somewhat smaller, a craft got a name since it fit Hunn like a cloak […]

Pilatus Porter PC-6

Friday, September 18th, 2015

A sport-scale STOL aircraft for heat or electric power. My strange idea was to rise a light 50-inch-span aeroplane to fly with a small-block O.S. LA .15 heat engine. we chose a Pilatus Porter (PC-6) since of a beauty and full-scale opening and since it was in my “someday” list. After saying a heat chronicle […]

Sopwith Camel

Friday, September 18th, 2015

A classical 1/4-scale British idol of World War I. Viewed by many as a British aeroplane that best tangible atmosphere fight during World War I, a Sopwith Camel is one of a best-known fighters to come out of a Great War. First introduced during a finish of 1916, it was a deputy for a Sopwith […]