If you have ever built a 1/3-scale Cub you know how big the classic Piper can become. But this new 40% 168-inch span Carbon Cub eats 1/3-scale J-3 Cubs for lunch! Ideal for 100cc or larger gas engines! Dominating the Aeroworks booth at the Toledo show, the Carbon Cun has all the awesome quality that [...]
video platform video management video solutions video player With a 50cc engine, 86-inch span, fully sheeted and covered with flat finish MonoKote, this F4U dominated the Hobbico/Great Planes booth at the Toledo show. This ARF has a over-built center wing section with a double sheeting of balsa with cross grain sheeting that is factory formed and fitted for [...]
Join us this week as we take a look at one of Top Gun’s upcoming entries, a turbine-powered A-6E which was built from scratch by Mike Selby from Thailand. We also take a look at an amazing aerobatic flyer, the Charger RC Giant Fusion 3D foamie! Don’t miss this one. Watch the full episode in [...]
Battery manufacturers have made great improvements in the battery C-rating over the years and we modelers have embraced this advancement in technology. But, is it possible to have too high of a C-rating and can we take advantage of it? We asked Lee Estingoy from Castle Creations about this and here is what he had [...]
How hot is too hot, we all know that heat is damaging to our batteries, ESCs and motors. But what causes it and how can we keep it under control. Lee Estingoy from Castle Creations tell us what cause excess heat and at what throttle setting you can expect to see more heat generated in [...]
If it’s April it must be Toledo Ohio! The MAN crew will again be attending the 58th Weak Signal’s Toledo RC Hobby Expo at the Seagate Convention Center, Toledo OH. We’ll be there April 13 – 15 and we are looking forward to seeing many of our readers at the MAN Booth! Be sure to stop by [...]
Many racers like to use the timing program on ESCs to extract that extra bit of power from their motors. Does this really work? We asked Lee Estingoy from Castle Creations if it is possible to extract more from your motors by adjusting the timing. Here is what he had to say.