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WW1 Dawn Patrol on Long Island

Aug 12, 2013 No Comments

  Some of the best RC modelers in the country have a soft spot for vintage WW1 aeroplanes. This year, was the second annual Dawn Patrol event hosted by the Long Island Sky Hawks club and a grand time was had by all. One thing that is very noticeable is that 1/3-scale is the new [...]

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Savöx Brushless Outrunner Motor line

Aug 08, 2013 No Comments

Experience maximum performance, flight time and temperature control with the Savöx Brushless Outrunner Motor line. With machined aluminum housing, six angled cooling portas and an internal cooling fan, most users experience a 10% drop in temperature over other popular brands. Agile and fast, these motors facilitate the sharpest moves for your flying experience. Other features [...]

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Test Warbirds over Delaware Video

Jul 26, 2013 No Comments

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COMING SOON! HOT HELI DVD

Jul 25, 2013 3 Comments

With tips and tricks from world champion Jamie Robertson, you’ll soon be flying hot moves like pirouettes, flips, the rainbow and yes, even an inverted funnel! Watch Jamie’s thumbs on the sticks and learn from the best as he shares his pro flight tips and setup secrets. With his advice, you’ll be center stage in [...]

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Ultimate Scale Helipads

Jul 11, 2013 1 Comment

It’s easy to daydream about flying a helicopter rescue scenario when you’re practicing precision landings on the coffee table, but Gord Broadfoot, author of “R/C Helicopter Adventure Scenarios” turned those dreams into mini hangars and lifelike scenarios that he uses with his micro helicopters.  After seeing photos of Gord’s detailed dioramas, I was excited to [...]

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ANGLE WIZARD

Jul 11, 2013 1 Comment

One of the instruments we need in this hobby of ours is a pitch gauge, which is used to measure, set, and adjust the angle of the main rotor blades. Various forms of pitch gauges have been around for years, but all require a certain amount of interpretation in their reading. Wouldn’t it be nice-and [...]

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Improve Your Hovering – Continued

Jun 27, 2013 2 Comments

The final area to improve your hovering is to make corrections immediately when you see a need for them, which will require a control correction by you before the helicopter ever moves out of the desired hover position. As an example, to transition from a hover to forward flight the nose of the helicopter must [...]

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Improve Your Hovering – Continued

Jun 19, 2013 No Comments

It may seem the expert pilots are so good because of all their practice, and that level of proficiency can only be reached after many months, if not years, of practice. Part of this is true in that good hovering does require practice, but it’s also important to understand how to practice. Certainly your customers [...]

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