In the MAN office for review! This great flying WW1 classic will make you feel like the Baron! video platform video management video solutions video player Watch for a review coming of the micro Dr.I Triplane in the next issue of Electric Flight magazine.
What a perfect day! After doing some yard work clearing up some more of the broken wood from our October Snow Storm, Rebecca, Piper and I headed to the local school field for a quick RC flight to ring in the New Year! Becca took all the pix and Piper made a great Spotter. She [...]
I just cracked open the box for the new Sea Fury from E-flite. Man this one looks like a keeper and I will be putting this warbird together for review and flight test by week’s end. For the power system I will be installing the Park 480 brushless outrunner motor with a 40-amp E-flite Pro [...]
Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. I hope you all get that special RC present you’ve been good all year for. If you get something special, tell me what it is. I might add it to my list for next year! Cheers, GY
Wow! We just got this cool little micro indoor fly in the office for review. I actually flew one of the pre-production samples back in April at the Toledo show and it looks like the wait has been worth it! This little Red Baron ride comes complete with its own 2.4GHz mini Tactic radio system [...]
If you fly giant scale gas powered RC airplanes, and who doesn’t?, you know the importance of keeping your fuel clean. Designed to work with the BLITZ brand gasoline cans (available at Wal-Mart and other hardware stores,) the new Fox “Fuel Can Topper” kit is a great way to keep your supply of fuel clean [...]
Featured in the March 2012 issue of Electric Flight, this Pilot Report by Sr. Tech. Editor Gerry Yarrish offers the latest up close info for this great flying icon of WW1 British airpower. Check it out! video platform video management video solutions video player
The Headlines Read: Dec. 16 — NASA powered down the space shuttle Discovery for a final time Friday, more than 28 years after the agency’s retired fleet leader first came alive, the Discovery space transport vehicle was “unplugged” inside Orbiter Processing Facility-1 (OPF-1) at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. With the official ending of [...]