Editors Blogs

5th Annual Scale Squadron Fly-In

Jun 02, 2011 No Comments

It’s time for the Pomona Valley Model Airplane Club’s annual scale event at their Chino, California club field! This weekend the club expects pilots from SoCal and neighboring states to gather for a weekend of scale fun. Last year, more than 160 scale models flew over the weekend! Club members note: Last year our 4th [...]

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XFC Bound!

Jun 01, 2011 No Comments

We are heading out to Muncie IN to cover the Extreme Flight championships (XFC).  This is a great event that features some of the top airplane and helicopter pilots from around the country and abroad.  This is three solid days of freestyle performances from the best pilots around.  Check back here all weekend long for our [...]

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Huck Fest, Aerobatics at its best

Jun 01, 2011 No Comments

Over the weekend I attended the first annual Huck Fest held at my local field, the Victor Valley Flyers.  This event was a gathering of guys that wanted to show off their abilities and just have a blast.  If you never been to one these, I would recommend making a trip for it. It is [...]

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Flybarless Fury Continued

May 31, 2011 No Comments

The original receiver, battery pack and gyro have been removed. The CGY750 flybarless gyro is mounted to the right side of the frame with double stick tape. In a similar manner the new  Futaba receiver is mounted to the left side of the frame with double stick tape, and the new 3200 mah LiFe Source [...]

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E-Flite Habu 32, 1st Flights

May 31, 2011 No Comments

Got 4 flights on the Habu over the Memorial Day weekend. Nice flyer; very quick and precise, still fine tuning and getting the landing approach speed and attitude sorted out. Looks like the model is going to be a lot of fun!!

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Battery Tip, out at the field

May 31, 2011 No Comments

  Here is an image of how the battery power plug is made. As you can see it is a rather simple set-up and easy construction with some wire and two female and one male Dean’s plug.  There is wire going across the pull plug to make the connection, but if you want less sticking [...]

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New Book from McFarland & Co.

May 31, 2011 No Comments

If like me, you are a scale RC modeler, builder and flyer, I’ll bet you have at least a little interest in military aircraft. Well, the US Naval Aviation history is full of great aircraft that translate well to scale RC aircraft. The early “between the wars” designs were mostly fabric covered so construction is not [...]

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Balsa USA WW1 Bomb & Rack Kits

May 30, 2011 No Comments

For as long as modelers have been flying RC airplanes, they’ve been rigging different ways to drop bombs on command! Finally there’s a great way to add this function to your airplane with this World War I generic aerial bomb rack kit from Balsa USA. This bomb rack has been designed to work with the [...]

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