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Apr 30, 2013 No Comments

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3D Flight Checks

Apr 25, 2013 No Comments

A series of flight checks are required to program your radio for 3D flying. These flights should not be viewed as practice flights, but a time to evaluate your plane’s tendencies and fine-tune your radio setup. It’s therefore important to conduct your initial flight checks in calm conditions to make it easier to detect your [...]

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On the skids? How to fix adverse yaw

Apr 23, 2013 No Comments

Adverse yaw is an inherent opposite yaw or skid that occurs with aileron deflections. A positive angle of attack is generally required to produce the wing lift needed to keep an airplane in the air. When the ailerons are deflected at a positive angle of attack, the down aileron presents a wider frontal cross section, [...]

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The ProTek R/C True Glow

Apr 18, 2013 2 Comments

With the ProTek R/C ”TruGlow” Remote Glow Igniter System you can leave your old glow plug battery in the field box because the “TruGlow” uses your receiver battery to power the glow plug in your airplane or helicopter. This not only makes it easier to start your engine, but can also be setup to help [...]

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The ProTek RC Transmitter Case

Apr 18, 2013 No Comments

Everybody loves getting a new radio system, but unfortunately that could also mean the additional cost of a new radio case to protect that fancy new radio. Enter the ProTek R/C Universal Radio Case where the minds behind ProTek R/C have developed an all in one solution that will allow you to use a single radio case [...]

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Make Laminated Formers

Apr 10, 2013 9 Comments

If you have been building RC warbirds for a while, you may notice that there is a terrible blight plaguing many of them… tail-heaviness!  The scourge of tail-heaviness leaves the modeler with few good options.  First, he can fly the model as-is with the CG at the limit of its aft location and stagger around [...]

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Crosswind Corrections During a Loop

Apr 10, 2013 No Comments

Excluding pilot error, crosswinds cause the majority of the deviations that aerobatic pilots have to correct. For example, when a loop is performed in a crosswind, the airplane will drift sideways with the wind during the slower portion of the loop. A loop that is entered flying parallel with the runway will finish downwind and [...]

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O.S. GT15HZ: New Gas Engine

Apr 04, 2013 3 Comments

Many years ago we tried using Zenoah gas engines in our helicopters, but there were several problems we could not overcome. First, they were not designed to be used in helicopters. Rather, they were designed for some type of commercial operation, such as powering a small blower. This meant they were unbalanced, so they had [...]

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