Posted by felisanchez1978 | 07-28-2021 @ 07:26 AM | 35,019 Views
Posted by felisanchez1978 | 07-28-2021 @ 07:13 AM | 34,475 Views
I started a new project, Seagull Models L-4 Grasshopper and I am planning add as many details as possible as I usually do in my planes
Posted by AceWingCarrier | 07-08-2021 @ 12:43 PM | 32,124 Views
Hi Everyone
We have another Backpack Glider bag to add to the growing number of items we produce for the RC enthusiast. We have a couple more Backpack Glider bags. Which come in two different sizes 40" for small and medium-size gliders and 55" for your larger gliders. There is detailed information on the build of the Glider Backpack on the site. The link is attached for your convenience. We do have a few different colors you can get these in. So two different sizes for your larger-scale Gliders. It's a great Backpack for all-around trekking to your favorite flying spots. Very versatile and carries everything you need.
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RC Glider Backpacks
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American Made Products

I also wanted to thank all those supporting American Businesses that Produce American-Made Products it means a lot to us.
Some think it is ok to support Communist China and the Socialist communist Eastern blocks. You can thank them for the Pandemic we are in, the lives we have lost and other countries going through the same thing as us. I served a really great country, The USA. It means different things to different people. It's the heart and soul of everything I do. There is a wonderful list of American Businesses on RC Groups and other platforms, take a look at it next time you want to buy something. Make the USA your number one pick, and then it's up to you after that. Thank you again. Americans Are Great People
Posted by AceWingCarrier | 07-01-2021 @ 06:19 PM | 31,727 Views
I wanted to say we have a new Member to our front end, His name is Erich, and will be helping me in the front-end office, freeing me up time to field calls and work on processes. As with every one it has been and still is a trying time with the Pandemic, the variants and so forth creating more problems not only for all businesses but also supply lines supply chains that should be supporting us. We have to bear with them for now and this is how life will be for a while.

We are trying to speed up the process and with our new member helping me, we hope on working some of these things out. It's just a matter of time to see where we can speed things up or implement some new processes.

We hope you all the best as always
Thank you for supporting American Businesses
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Posted by AceWingCarrier | 07-01-2021 @ 05:58 PM | 22,337 Views
Hello Everyone
We have some new Bags for Propellers. We have them in a variety of sizes for the Propellers you may have. There are also a variety of colors they will come in. Below is a link and if there is anything else please contact us, we will see what we can do for you.
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Posted by rmasek | 05-28-2021 @ 09:29 AM | 26,232 Views
DLE 111 all JR 8711 servos,custom painted prop
Posted by Fly shot | 05-17-2021 @ 10:35 PM | 21,300 Views
Hi guys I what to build a giant extra 300 airplane with around 200cc gas but there are too many engines options so I just one to know which ones would be the most suitables about power and trustworthy .
Posted by RedwingRC | 04-27-2021 @ 05:24 PM | 19,703 Views
RedwingRC has the new Blue Bird BLS-H71B servos with Mega Torque over 1000 oz (73kg)!!
Posted by RWMOOR | 01-15-2021 @ 02:09 AM | 34,216 Views
Just wondering if anyone here has done a Saito Gas Conversion.
I'm sure many of you have so here goes.

I just ran my Saito FA-100 with the Morris Mini Motors Gas conversion kit. Both are brand new. Did the timing @ 30 BTDC and used marine gas w/ Klotz oil @ 20:1 ratio. Fired right up. Kept the rpm's @ 2000
for quite a while, increased to 3000 momentarily, back to idle for a while, up to 4000 for a split second, back to idle. I idled it most of the time @ 2000. Some smoke but not that much at all. Throttle transition was good as well.

So here's the result after 1 run of 1 tank (8 oz.) Engine ran fine but I noticed a lot of black soot around the muffler and upon removing it, needless to say found more of the same in the exhaust port & valve. I pulled the plug & found that coated too. Piston looks OK, just a gray color.

Is this normal or am I doing something wrong? Please advise.
Posted by arthritic thumbs | 01-11-2021 @ 01:21 PM | 33,366 Views
Hi everyone, just signed up and want to say hello. Looking to meet some fellow modelers.
Posted by DJMackND | 12-21-2020 @ 01:22 AM | 34,499 Views
JR XG11MV transmitter with DMSS/ DMS2 air module(s) wanted
Posted by tailskid2 | 12-17-2020 @ 06:23 PM | 34,611 Views
Well it flew....and flew well! Let's just hope the landing gear modification is strong enough.
Posted by tailskid2 | 12-10-2020 @ 08:25 PM | 33,871 Views
Well after a year+ assembling, sanding, glassing, more sanding my P-47 TF Giant Scale took to the air.

Sierra Retracts required a total remake of the gear section of the beautifully sheeted wing. That took a lot of time measuring, and remeasuring - and I think it worked out.

That was after I found out you can't fit the retract unit into the wing.

I don't know how many coats of primer was applied - I do like sanding -wet sanding that is. The wing came out like a starved horse.

After glassing the entire plane, panel lines were added as was rivets - too many to count. Used revets from Chad Veich - an excellent product. Also added 'panels' here and there from him.

Tried Klass Kote for paint...tried new spray gun - didn't come out too well, so much of the silver was sanded off leaving a nice primer look. That left a nice war weary aircraft that was flown by the Mexican Air Force in the 50's.

Used a DLE55 up front and it pulls the plane around just fine. Not too fast, not underpowered at all.
Posted by felisanchez1978 | 11-06-2020 @ 03:08 PM | 32,511 Views
Hangar 9 Carbon CUB walkaround before Maiden flight (1 min 31 sec)