Tactic TTX610 6-Channel SLT Radio

Oct 30, 2014 No Comments by

The TTX610 is a reliable 6-channel radio that gives you the control you need for large planes with retracts, flaps and other additional functions. It also features SLT, so with just one button you can create an unbreakable link between your transmitter and receiver. Plus, SLT makes it ideal for use with Tx-R aircraft! Additional [...]

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Ready for Halloween?

Oct 30, 2014 1 Comment by

This quadcopter ghost is guaranteed to spook trick-or-treaters! Whoever made this costume did a great job: nice head, arms and lightweight flowing shroud combine nicely. We hope this inspires you to come up with your own quad costume for Halloween and that you’ll send videos to us at man@airage.com! Thanks to Alton Porter for posting this to YouTube.

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1/4-Scale Twin Turbine

Oct 30, 2014 1 Comment by

This 88-pound twin turbine can reach speeds of up to 150mph! The 7-foot, 6-inch-span jet was designed and built by Ted Allison over a 4 year span and in this video is expertly flown by the UK’s Dave Johnson at the Large Model Association show at Elvington. The 1/4-scale F Mk6 aircraft is powered by two [...]

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OK Go’s new video — a one-take multirotor shot!

Oct 27, 2014 8 Comments by

We love OK Go’s  new video, “I Won’t Let You Down,” shot in one take by a multirotor! Watch to the very end as the octocopter goes above the clouds for a panoramic view of the city.

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

Oct 27, 2014 2 Comments by

I’ve always liked Republic’s big P-47 Thunderbolt and I’m certain I’m not alone. A longtime favorite of warbird enthusiasts, the Jug has its own remarkable place in the history of aerial warfare. In service about the same time as the equally well-known P-51 Mustang, Supermarine Spitfire, and Messerschmitt Bf 109, it had very little in [...]

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Smoke Systems Explained–How to be an RC Skywriter!

Oct 27, 2014 2 Comments by

If you have ever been to an RC airshow, then you’ve seen aerobatic airplanes using smoke during their flight routines. When used properly, smoke systems can add a great deal to your flight presentation. The uniqueness it gives to specific segments of your flight routine will increase their appeal and pizzazz to both the spectators [...]

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Mig-17 Fresco — An EDF Jet you can build

Oct 23, 2014 3 Comments

A Shark Fin on a Boomerang! The MiG-17 Fresco construction article will be featured in the February 2015 issue of MAN. Plans no. X0215A will be available at the Airagestore.com website shortly. Designed by Jim Young The Mikoyan-Gurevich Mig-17 is the follow on of the more famous Mig-15, one of the first successful swept-wing jet fighters.  [...]

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Tail-dragger Tips & Tech

Oct 22, 2014 6 Comments

Though many scale airplanes are equipped with tricycle landing gear, planes with tailwheels — tail-draggers — remain very popular. It is fair to say that most of the RC airplanes flown today fall into the tail-dragger category. In the air, tail-draggers behave just like tricycle-gear aircraft do, but on the ground, it’s another story altogether. [...]

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