RealFlight now has a new Expansion Pack (number 8) for their very popular Real Flight simulator. This add-on includes Thompson Trophy contenders form the 30s and massive Air Force Transports and legendary fighter plus many more. Include in the pack are two new PhotoFields and a new 3D obstacle course. There are 12 new airplanes [...]
With a span of 37 inces and powered by a 480-size brushless outrunner power system, this newest version of the popular Stryker swept delta wing design is a hot ticket! We just got our test sample of the “Q” version and will be test flying it next week! Watch for a review in the next issue of Electric [...]
We love Hitec’s older programmer, so we’re looking forward to getting one of these new & improved units! The new HFP-25 has a lightweight, streamlined case and comes with a rechargeable NiMH battery pack. It also has an easy-to-read LDC screen. low-battery warning and both automatic and manual testing capabilities. It costs $74.99.
Aeroworks has Raised the Bar Aeroworks has just released a new 100cc Yak 55M. Part of their QUICK BUILD Series of ARF Aircraft the Yak 55M is designed to provide great looks and performance with a minimal of mixing and aileron differential. The 100cc Yak 55M is a true QB offering High quality, lightweight construction and a [...]
Check out this new aerobat! With all-wood construction and painted fiberglass cowl and wheel pants, this 52-inch-span flyer is ready for action. It can be powered by a .46 to .52 2-stroke, equivalent 4-stroke or a RimFire .55 brushless motor, and it requires just a 4-channel radio and 4 to 5 servos. The Razor’s short, direct [...]
The winners of the IMAA’s “Build a Big Bird” contest were announced at Joe Nall last week; congratulations not only to the winners but to everyone who participated. The IMAA (International Miniature Aircraft Association) is an AMA special interest group dedicated to flying and promoting gian-scale aircraft, and this contest was open to new and [...]
The latest in Boeing’s lineup of unmanned airborne systems, the Phantom Ray completed its first flight at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California. During the 17-minute test flight, the Phantom Ray reached speeds of 178 knots. Craig Brown, program manager for Phantom Ray, notes, “The first flight moves us farther into [...]