BH Models is no stranger to releasing new and unusual aircraft, and now you can add the Westland Wyvern to your list of must have! This recent release of this unique 1950s British naval strike aircraft is one that you will enjoy having in your hangar. This is the same type of plane that has [...]
Yeah that’s right! We got this rocking electric aerobat in for a review and Michael York got to fly it first. This plane is an excellent aerobatic machine while traveling light in the sky. If you get a chance to fly this bird, take it, you will enjoy every minute of it. Let’s hear what [...]
Hacker Brushless has some new motors that will be available very soon and they will be of interest to pilots who like to fly IMAC and giant scale. Mike Donavan takes us through their new line of motors in this video from the RCX show. There is bound to be at least one that you [...]
Our innovation of the year is a stabilization system that makes planes easier to fly, by allowing us to concentrate on piloting instead of making corrections for wind and tracking. This system is especially suited to smaller indoor planes that are notoriously difficult to fly. For making RC planes easier and more fun to fly, [...]
One of the coolest looking Warbirds of WWII had to be the F4U Corsair. With that big prop and gull wings it was a totally different looking plane from all others. Top Flite has released its new smaller sized F4U Corsair ARF and Arron Strietzel let you know what he thought about this great looking [...]
The vertical S maneuver is easy to learn, but you’ll need to practice to make it perfect. In this video, contributor Jason Benson guides you through each step of the maneuver and lets you know what pitfalls to avoid.
This is the second maneuver of the 2012 IMAC Advanced routine. It requires the pilot to enter from an inverted flight and push to establish a 45-degree climb then perform 1 ½ negative snaps. After the snap, maintain straight, upright line segment, then pull to exit and establish a level inverted flight. Hear what Jason [...]
There are two ways to reverse the rotation of our electric motors; you can just switch any two of the three wires leading to the motor, or you can reverse it on the ESC programing. But is one way better than the other? We asked Lee Estingoy from Castle Creations this very question.