Editors Blogs

ModelAvionics Link Maker 9000

Jul 07, 2011 No Comments

Although I certainly enjoy building helicopters, I have to admit that installing ball links on threaded rods is not my idea of having a good time. After both ball links are started on the rod they get harder and harder to turn as I try to get to the desired length. However, Model Avionics has [...]

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Model Repair, 10-Steps to a Fast Fix

Jul 06, 2011 2 Comments

We’ve all done it. That one dumb thumb move, the very brief moment when our brain wanted to go right and our thumb decided to go left. There’s nothing you can do but pick up the pieces and take them back to the shop. Some professional aircraft impact testers even have a trash bag in [...]

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Frank Tiano’s Monster Thunderbolt

Jul 05, 2011 1 Comment

Everyone who is active in scale and Giant scale RC aircraft, certainly knows the name Frank Tiano. The promoter of Top Gun and Florida Jets as well as the Monster Planes fly in. I just got an email from Frank showing off his latest project.  If you’re curious about how big the P-47s he and the [...]

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Sport 180, first look at Hobby People’s new plane.

Jul 05, 2011 No Comments

Last Thursday I spent some time with Mike Greenshields at Hobby People’s main office in Fountain Valley California.  While I was there, Mike showed me their brand new prototype aircraft, the new Sport 180.  This great looking park flyer resembles a Cessna and is one sweet flyer.  It will come with its own transmitter and [...]

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Canadain Pylon Racing Team at US Nationals

Jul 05, 2011 No Comments

The Canadian Pylon Racing Team are all set to race at the AMA US Nationals Muncie Indiana Practice is over and racing begins You can follow the Team at Randy Smith blog www.muncienats11.blogspot.com In the photo Standing left Hank Kauffmann and right Terence Palaschuk on knee left Randy Smith and right Roy Andrassy After each [...]

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Something different this weekend

Jul 04, 2011 No Comments

Over the long weekend I decided to do something other than RC flying, I did of course do some flying on Monday.  My son and I did an 11-mile hike on the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail) here in southern California.   For those of you who don’t know, this trail extends from Mexico all the way [...]

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4th of July Flying Fun!

Jul 04, 2011 2 Comments

What are you doing this 4th of July? Going to the RC flying field? Chillin’ with friends for a BBQ? What about going to an aviation museum or airshow? The old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY is an awesome place to spend a few hours watching some amazing vintage and antique airplanes do what they do [...]

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Happy 4th of July!!!

Jul 04, 2011 No Comments

Hamburgers, hotdogs! Skip the potato salad, pass the Crown! Happy holidays everyone. What have you been doing this holiday weekend?

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