Everyone in RC knows the name Ziroli and the father and son team of Nick Sr., and Jr. Nick the elder is known for being the father of giant scale Warbirds and Nick Jr., continues to be a driving force in the RC industry. Nick took over “Nick Ziroli Plans” when his father retired and turned it into [...]
New battery types on the horizon? As we all know any new battery breakthrough will most likely makes its way down to the RC community and give us improved flying time, at least that is what we hope. Because of the giant push in battery power cars, there are many companies and universities out there [...]
Forget about all those cookie-cutters Extras and Edges … you’ll stand out from the crowd when you bring this Zlin to the field! With a .75 to .91 engine in its nose, this aerobat is ready to put on a show. Ideal for intermediate to advanced pilot, this built-up ARF has UltraCote covering and comes [...]
Here’s an unusual WW II fighter to add to your hangar! This French Air Force aircraft was used in the Battle of France and has a striking UltraCote color scheme . The 1.20-size ARF comes with mechanical retracts and all necessary hardware. The Dewoitine has good flying characteristics and is ideal for intermediate to advanced pilots.
Workbench Preview—Full Review to be published in a future issue of Model Airplane News By Sal Iasilli The Fieseler Storch was designed in 1935 and was the most advanced short takeoff and landing aircraft of its time. It served Germany in WW II from North Africa to the frozen Tundra of Russia. It provided reconnaissance, [...]
Want to spice up this weekend’s flying? Check out this flight technique from Klaus Ronge. The slow roll is a challenging classic maneuver that’s actually much harder to perform than it looks. With a little practice, though, you’ll be ready to put on a show! Enter straight and level, full-power roll left Slowly add [...]