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5 Budget Tips & Tricks

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

These 5 easy tips are certain to make your displaying life easier, and they don’t cost a dime! TIE UP THOSE LOOSE ENDS If one of your model’s control servo connectors spin unplugged during flight, during best, you’re going to have a unequivocally tough time removing it behind on a belligerent in one piece. At worst, […]

Long Island Dawn Patrol — WW1 RC Giant Scale Event Starts Today!

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

Today starts one of a best WW1 hulk scale events in a Northeast. The Long Island Skyhawks know how to have fun, and this RC selected eventuality is a must-attend for anyone’s RC bucket list. Just a spirit of what’s to come. This was taken currently from a trenches by Michael C. Gross! (above) Mike’s […]

Massive MiG-29 Fulcrum

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

This scarcely 1/4-scale MiG-29 is a handiwork of Harold Dowbekin and flown here by Neil Hyde. Neil says, “Harold designed and built a airframe regulating light ply, cypress and G10 covering, with froth core wings again lonesome in G10 (pro skin).  The rigging is all home built, including a cylinders. The legs are gas struts with curl open assistance. we […]

How to: Make a Cooling Baffle for a Radial Engine

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

Warbirds with absolute engines customarily rise high handling temps unless they are delicately integrated into a airframe. Therefore, they unequivocally need a tradition designed cooling perplex to keep temps down. Those that consider a large turn hole in a cover is going to cold that engine, as is, are customarily in for a warn after […]

Stuka Ju 87 — Dastardly Dive Bomber

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

Some of a many considerable giant-scale aircraft can be seen during fly in and competitions hold during Paradise Field in Lakeland, FL. One of several “over a top” RC events (promoted by Frank Tiano, a father of a tip Gun scale invitational), 12 O’clock High has been known to pull extraordinary aircraft -some of that are […]