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Posted by Pop Wayne | 02-19-2015 @ 08:57 PM | 5,561 Views
I am setting up a giant revolver with a 50 to 55cc DLE motor.

Is their any heads up i need to know about this combination?
Posted by SAM YETTO | 02-16-2015 @ 04:12 PM | 6,336 Views
I have anew Extra 300 35cc DLE w/hs -7985 servos ,I don't know what I need for a battery for the rx and also what size batt for the ignition..plus do I need a power board ? any help?
Posted by pmaviation | 02-16-2015 @ 10:32 AM | 6,861 Views
I found a few pics of the fuse at the start of construction,at the time I built several fixtures and used a laser to line everything back to straight. Ive also added a few pics of the tail repair. The type of damage here is pretty much the same as the main wing, which I have to open the wings to get the the repair started.
Posted by godofthunder77 | 02-15-2015 @ 10:49 AM | 7,990 Views
Geared to educate the public on all spectrum's of aviation but primarily focusing on remote controlled Warbird aircraft from the past and present. Wings & Warbirds Over Port Clinton is a Family Fun event held annually in August at the Erie-Ottawa International Airport. Along with Full Scale Warbird appearances and flight demos, it makes this event one of the most unique and fun events around. We have on-site Hobby Vendors, Aviation Vendors, Aviation Education and RC Education, and of coarse food and fun. Come relax in the sun and watch some mesmerizing aircraft that will blow you away.

This Event is one of the most fun and unique Warbird Fun-Fly events in the country! We encourage all aircraft to have Military colors in this event but is not necessary. All size models over a 46" wingspan are welcome and all means of propulsion are welcome. We have full scale fly overs and static aircraft during the event. RC vendors, general aviation vendors, and military displays are located on vendor row.

RC Pilots are automatically entered in a pilot raffle that is held every half hour each day to win some fantastic RC prizes and modeling gifts. Onsite camping is also available!

Takeoff and Landing runway is 1200' by 100' paved and 800 by 100 grass strip.

For more info please visit http://WWW.RCWARBIRDSOPC.COM

Pilot & Vendor registration and more event info here: http://www.RCFlightDeck.com/event.cfm?id=3898

Previous event threads: https://www.flyinggiants.com/forums/...ht=RC+Warbirds

Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/RcWarbirdsOverPortClinton

Current list of Full Scale performances and appearances:

C-130 Hercules
A-10 Thunderbolt - With Fly-Over
B-25 Bomber
B-17 Bomber - Rides Available
Pt-17 Stearman
T-51 Mustang
TBM Avenger
Decathlon - With Performance
Red Line RV-8's - With Performance
Howard DGA-11
T-6 Texan


Plus all the RC you can handle!


Posted by pmaviation | 02-12-2015 @ 01:22 PM | 7,931 Views
These are a few pics from the rebuild. As you can see the nose was just gone. The nose tip is all that I had to work with. I rebuilt the fuse some time ago and I don't have many photos of that time. The nose section has been rebuilt for the most part except for the fine details on the inside of the cockpit. The The horz stabi next,not too much damage there. then on to the main wing. More info as I move on.
Posted by nioa | 02-10-2015 @ 05:42 PM | 7,952 Views
Hi,

Thanks for visiting, but I keep most of my plane data in one place, and that has turned out to be on RC Groups. Please see my blog there!

Nick
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Posted by smokymtnair | 02-05-2015 @ 11:44 AM | 8,399 Views
I have old set of aeromarine electric retracts installed in tenth scale b17 project,
does anyone know if you can use a six volt system? Or any information on these?
Posted by pittsartist | 02-05-2015 @ 05:08 AM | 9,792 Views
Almost the end of the winter here in England, So I thought I'd better get my editing done before the real fun starts again.

Fairly laid back this time, almost no aeros. Hopefully a nice "vibe" though and lots of interesting summer / winter things happening in the landscape

Hope you like it

186 Days Later (4 min 32 sec)

Posted by Matt Gunn | 01-29-2015 @ 11:37 PM | 34,624 Views
Want to win a fitted FlyingGiants ball cap? Enter the Photo of the Month Contest. We run one every month and pick a single winner. Right now, January's entries are a little lean, so your chances are pretty darn good to win.


https://www.flyinggiants.com/forums/...ad.php?t=94161


Posted by Matt Gunn | 01-29-2015 @ 11:10 PM | 34,144 Views
One of my favorite aspects of this hobby (besides flying) is creating videos of airplanes along with the people piloting them. I love editing a video to music, and each one I create I try to do better the next time: better camera angles, better content, and better in front of the camera... that's the hardest part!

Here's my eFest wrap up video:
eFest 2015 - FlyingGiants Video Recap (6 min 7 sec)

Posted by wylieruneyjr | 01-29-2015 @ 12:10 AM | 11,442 Views
Changed career 5 Years Ago, and never looked back. Been in aviation past 5 years. Currently building the Dreamliner 787 for Boeing.

Its an awesome job, that is very rewarding.

Rutting Buck
Posted by Acerair | 01-24-2015 @ 02:48 PM | 10,884 Views
Replacing an older single satellite receiver with a Powersafe unit. Can I use my heavy duty switches with this unit or do I need the switch that came with the new unit?
Posted by rlock30 | 01-20-2015 @ 11:08 PM | 10,162 Views
I am wondering if anyone out there knows what the header drop measurement is for the 107'' Pilot Rc Yak 54, I am installing the EME 120cc with canisters. I have searched every which possible way on the internet to try and find some kind of measurement but I have had no success, I have a ruff guess what the measurement is but not an exact.


I am new to the 100ccer's and exhaust setups like this, any kind of help or guidance would be much appreciated...
Posted by rolling circle | 01-20-2015 @ 09:09 PM | 14,638 Views
Plane is The Clik from Twisted Hobbys and RC Factory

Here is the warm up flight and the Demo. This past weekend I had the opportunity to fly a demonstration for a nice sized crowd of a couple hundred people at The National Building Museum in Washington DC. The room is spectacular. Just amazing. I hope to go back in March for another event. The building was built in 1887. Really cool. Flying the Clik here of course. Very glad to have had this opportunity so thanks Dad, Randy, Paul and Glen for making it happen

The National Building Museum Demo 2015 (5 min 39 sec)