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ParkZone ICON A5

Aug 03, 2011 No Comments

ParkZone has a new sleek looking aircraft that is sure to please any scale enthusiast. The ICON Aircraft is one of the hottest new aircraft in general aviation and is now an outstanding ParkZone replica. The ICON A5 was designed in cooperation with ICON Aircraft for looks and flight characteristics to match the full-scale flyer. [...]

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Behind-The-Scenes at Model Airplane News

Aug 02, 2011 1 Comment

Here is a sample shot of what I got to do all day today.  This is a photo of us working Behind-The-Scenes here at Model Airplane news. This is the work we are doing for our video series that coincides with some great flying articles by Dave Scott.  Today we are working on the P-Loop [...]

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F-27Q Stryker 180 Ultra

Aug 02, 2011 1 Comment

A new addition has been added to the ParkZone Ultra Micro Series of planes.  The new Ultra Micro Series F-27Q Stryker 180 lets pilots take Stryker thrills with them wherever they go.  This pint-size plane is perfect for any size flying site and will keep the pilot on his toes when flying indoor venues.  It [...]

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Flyzone Micro Super Cub RTF

Jul 31, 2011 No Comments

When the first Cub was introduced in 1937, it was with the dream that everyone should fly and the Cub could give everyone that freedom.  Now with the release of the Flyzone Micro Super Cub RTF, any pilot, experienced or not, can fly this aviation classic.  Its wingspan is just under 18 inches and the [...]

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ElectriFly Super Stearman EP ARF

Jul 29, 2011 3 Comments

ElectriFly has come out with a new Super Stearman plane which is patterned after the full size one which  has a little history behind it. Following WWII, the biplane that had taught thousands of Allied pilots to fly was suddenly obsolete as a military trainer. Instead of being retired, the Super Stearman joined the ranks [...]

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RC Accents Servo Setup

Jul 28, 2011 No Comments

We have a great article coming out on 14 tools you need in your shop and I have to say that i agree completely with this write up on the RC Accents Servo Setup.  Using a Servo Setup device really saves you some time and speeds up assembly. I also use the Hitec Servo Programmer [...]

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Charging Dos and Dont’s

Jul 28, 2011 4 Comments

Don’t let your battery get below the minimum voltage This is more of a flying issue than a charging problem, but it needed to be addressed, so here it is.   When flying, try not to let the battery drain until the speed control starts shutting off, because in most cases unless you changed it, [...]

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Flight Technique: Programming for 3D

Jul 28, 2011 1 Comment

Our main focus this time is on radio programming and setup. A key element that enables pilots to fly outrageous 3D maneuvers is the computer radio system. Learn to take advantage of your computer radio, and you’ll be able to improve your flying in a variety of ways. Having a properly set up plane with [...]

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