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A look over the edge of Fremont Canyon

Apr 20, 2012 No Comments

Reed of Calculated Risk Films sent this great video of  a look over Fremont Canyon, Wyoming. Enjoy!

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Review: Novarossi .57 HR 3DS Heli Engine

Apr 20, 2012 No Comments

Contributor Rob Landry has been using the new Novarossi .57 in his Raptor X50, and he likes what he’s seeing! He writes, “I have gotten to really like this engine. Novarossi is my engine of choice in my on-road and off-road cars, and the new .57′s  3-needle carb makes a HUGE difference from the older [...]

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A better way to beat traffic!

Apr 20, 2012 No Comments

Check out this video of a flying car, recently unveiled at an auto show. Where can I sign up??

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Slope Aerobatics: Gliders take center stage!

Apr 20, 2012 5 Comments

In the RC aerobatic arena there is something about flying a model airplane in a manner that delivers maximum satisfaction and freedom of expression. This inner desire to freely express and it look really good on the aerobatic canvas is infectious. So much so “it” can become ones sole purpose for modeling just to see [...]

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Scale Makeover Magic!

Apr 18, 2012 4 Comments

The F4U-1 50 Corsair from Hangar 9 is a medium size warbird that, like its other stablemates, looks great out of the box and flies well. There’s no mistaking the Corsair for any other airplane; its unique, inverted gull wing making it easily identifiable. While the model itself is well designed and of high quality, [...]

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New Titan: 50-size electric!

Apr 17, 2012 No Comments

Using the proven design of the Thunder Tiger Titan X50, this electric, flybarless machine is sure to be a leader in its class! The Titan X50E is ideal for 3D flying and should be the heli to beat at this summer’s competitions. It also features machined aluminum control arms, hardened main and feathering shafts, carbon fiber blades, [...]

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Sneak Peek: Flybarless Rotor Heads

Apr 17, 2012 No Comments

Flybarless helicopters and their electronic control systems continue to be the wave of the future in model helicopters and are showing up in ever-increasing numbers at our flying fields. New precision-made flybarless rotor heads and advanced stabilization electronics are being developed to make flybars and paddles a thing of the past. The complete removal of [...]

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5 Steps to Fly the Knife-Edge Spin

Apr 10, 2012 No Comments

In my opinion, the knife-edge spin is one of the most impressive extreme aerobatic maneuvers. It’s very demanding for the pilot and the airframe. First, I’ll describe the maneuver. In traditional knife-edge, the aircraft is rolled approximately 90 degrees from upright level flight. Then altitude is sustained by using “top” rudder. When the maneuver is [...]

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