Check out Josef Schmirl’s 81-pound Red Bull Cobra masterpiece! Billed as the world’s largest RC heli, this turbine-powered machine sports incredible scale detail, including moving pilot figures that drink Red Bull! Thanks to YTschim for posting a YouTube video of this magnificent machine.
Hey everyone, if you are planning to go to the 45th annual WRAM show this weekend Friday 22 through Sunday 24, be sure to stop by the Model Airplane News booth and say hello! This event is going to be held again at the spacious Meadowland Expo Center in Secaucus NJ. The WRAM show is [...]
The new Blade 500 3D heli is a Bind-N-Fly model that is truly ready to rock right out of the box. This is a great for someone wanting to step up from a 450-size bird without having to shell out a tone of money for a larger 600- to 700-class model. Watch our contributor Aaron [...]
Executing one perfect loop can be difficult: it must be round, start and exit at the same altitude, without any drift in heading and the maneuver must be centered on the pilot. Once you have that, now try doing two of them one right after the other! Check out the video and see what it [...]
With the release of Horizon’s UMX technology we have seen some very cool looking new planes, and the latest release is also one of the coolest. the new Sbach 342 from E-flite/Horizon Hobby is one fun flying micro plane. Watch and see what our contributor Mike Gantt has to say about this great little aerobat. [...]
Yeah, that’s right, we’ve got the hottest heli move right here: the Death Spiral! I mean with a name like that, what could go wrong? This is really a cool-looking maneuver and our own Aaron Strietzel will show you how to pull it off without any ill side effects (aka, “crash”). Watch the video and be [...]
This great micro flybarless 3D machine is ready to fly out of the box, which is good because the box is also the carrying case. We got one of the first releases of this helicopter and our contributor Aaron Strietzel gives you his thoughts on this little 3D machine. Be sure to check it out in [...]
This unusual flying machine has two motor control: the upper motor pivots for pitch and the lower provides roll control. Pitch control is pendulum style, with the weight below the pivot point, and yaw is controlled by motor speed. Thanks to experimenter Matthew Wellington, who posted this video of his interesting creation on YouTube!