Posted by P-Diddy | 05-18-2014 @ 10:23 PM | 12,561 Views
My apologies for the unprofessional camera work, but this little guy is worth watching. It has been one of my greatest joys in life to share this hobby with him, and he has so much talent already at age 8. Very proud dad!

(Apparently YouTube muted it due to music copyrights, but he was flying to music before and was doing great)

3D Pilot Oliver Willis (7 min 0 sec)

Posted by Xtremehuntin | 05-18-2014 @ 10:30 AM | 11,022 Views
Just wanted to post a couple pictures of some of the first giant scale flights on our new modelport. I think it's going to work out pretty well. Jace...you should post the picture you took of your Yak.
Posted by KeithIlle | 05-17-2014 @ 10:41 PM | 10,524 Views
This plane handles the wind so well! Watch "3dhs 92 edge pilot Keith ille" on YouTube
3dhs 92 edge pilot Keith ille:
3dhs 92 edge pilot Keith ille (6 min 25 sec)

Posted by cherrybomb48 | 05-11-2014 @ 12:43 AM | 18,368 Views
She's so close to a maiden tomorrow! Hope I can get the weight I need and the weather to cooperate.
Posted by funboy | 05-10-2014 @ 10:52 PM | 23,001 Views
Aerial Video - 2012 Rocky Mountain 3D Throwdown, by Got Aerial llc. www.gotaerial.com (4 min 52 sec)

This years Throwdown will be the only giant scale and electric 3D event in Colorado. It's a great event, and we have a great bunch of guys to fly with every year! Plus, we happen to be flying the summer solstice, so we get to fly the 3 longest days of the year!

June 20th-22nd

LAMA field http://www.lamarcclub.com/pls/apex/f?p=RC:HOME:0

There are some changes this year- due to the incredible amount of time and energy it takes to put together "the big show" I decided NOT to get sponsors this year, have models, or any music at the event this year. But what we will have is 72 straight hours of flying and camaraderie for the rabid 3D enthusiast, or at least have a passion for 3D flying!

Giant scale and electric 3D Flying at its finest! Come join the fun, we will have an open flight line for you, and your spotter day and night!

We have activities such as; Hover Bowling, Mass Foamy Launch, and the Cub Swarm.

* Three days of no-holds-barred hucking and throwing down!
* Overnight dry camping (recommended)
* Camp party/ smack talk session
* Night airplane bowling hosted by the Dacono Rebels
* Night flying
* Cub Swarm! Bring your Cub, you will be sorry if you don't!
* Some T-shirts and stickers will be available
* Camaraderie, fellowship, and some very talented pilots!

$30 event registration includes the BEST 3D flying in Colorado!


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Posted by grassie | 05-07-2014 @ 12:12 PM | 13,924 Views
After much ado the Christen Eagle was maidened today. It is election day today so after voting I was off to the club for the long awaited maiden. Laziness took it's toll as I did not shim the wings to what I knew would be the right angles.

Getting to club there was no way I could get the flying wires to stay in place, even after fitting bits of silicon tube as retainers, so I took them off. After fighting the wires for 1/2 an hour there was a serious vibration that did not exist when I started the engine at home. I removed the spinner and it was better although not perfect.

After programming the idle down I let go of the Eagle and slowly pushed open the throttle. Man oh man, that GP 61 just disappeared with with the air frame! I was still looking for it on the runway while it was 50 m up in the air and climbing like a homesick angle. It soon became apparent that there was serious incidence problems. I managed to land it safely. These things have a tendency to nose over on landing and mine did not disappoint! So I have to work on the prop tips as well.

Well I will see to the incidence and prop tips tomorrow and give it a try on Saturday. I am really looking forward to flying the Eagle once all the problems are ironed out.

Till next time, safe flying and enjoy Nall. I am very envious!!
Posted by Aero-Works | 05-06-2014 @ 09:54 AM | 16,281 Views
Hello Everyone,

Aeroworks is having our annual "JOE NALL SALE" from May 7th to May 21st. We will be taking 20% off ANY Aeroworks Aircraft "In Stock" or "Out of Stock"

Sorry this offer does not apply to Pre-Orders of the New Aeroworks 60cc Freestyle 260 QB-L.

Visit us online http://www.aero-works.net/store/ or call 303-371-4222 to place your order!

Thank you,
Posted by kennye | 05-04-2014 @ 08:58 PM | 12,854 Views
I am building my 2end Giant scale 125" B17 from Jan Hermkens plans. The first one flew so smooth that I decided to frame and build a second one. If anyone is looking into a 1/9 scale b17 project, this one is a good one to build.
Posted by sutton4211 | 05-04-2014 @ 08:08 PM | 14,452 Views
Here's some pictures of the last few months or so of flying with my dad, some of our friends, and my ten month old son. Here is a video of the fly-in at my club a few weeks ago.
Scenic RC Fly-in April 26th 2014 (25 min 58 sec)

Posted by Vectraugu | 05-04-2014 @ 08:25 AM | 12,491 Views
Hi Guys, I am after some info on cannister muffler assemblies, i want to fit a canister to one of my 50cc models, as running the model with a pitts style is to noisy for the flying site, heres the issue, the canister is to long to fit in the fusalage, and is fouling the wing tube so is it possible to cut the canister to fit, if so, what are the likely implications ? I would love some feed back on this problem.
Posted by mikeybondo | 04-29-2014 @ 09:13 PM | 15,401 Views
I sheared off all 6 stock bolts on a flight with my new Aeroworks ultimate BiPlane. I was using a carbon fiber 28.5 x 12 mejzlic 3 blade smecter profile prop and cf spinner and backing plate. I pulled up and banked to the right at 3/4 throttle and the motor sounded funny so I throttled back and got it to the ground ok. It was the third flight, so the motor had at most 25 minuets of running. I was told the bolts could of been too loose or to tight and that using a carbon fiber backing plate might have contributed to the bolt failure. I have several cf spinners on my planes and haven't had this problem with the bolts or the spinners used. I have replaced the bolts with 12.9 grade bolts, am going to try the aluminum backing plate. I need to know what torque value works for the bolts on a DLE 170 cc with DLE canisters ?
Posted by Kendalldad | 04-26-2014 @ 07:33 PM | 17,235 Views
104 slick da 120 Columbus aero rc field:
104 slick da 120 Columbus aero rc field (4 min 11 sec)

Posted by naldin | 04-24-2014 @ 07:01 AM | 16,300 Views
My friend:
Pengo e o treinador (1 min 0 sec)

Posted by naldin | 04-21-2014 @ 09:56 PM | 16,983 Views
Testing the Crack Wing
Crack Wing (3 min 13 sec)

Posted by cherrybomb48 | 04-19-2014 @ 07:08 PM | 22,647 Views
Great day of flying with a great video to match! Hope you guys enjoy!
AeroWorks Carbon Cub SS (9 min 54 sec)

Posted by andyjuice22 | 04-17-2014 @ 07:45 PM | 18,476 Views
Friday 3DHS noon demo, Joe Smith & Andrew Ritschel flying the 92" Edge 540 and 74" Edge 540!
SEFF 2014 Joe & Andrew Friday 3DHS Noon Demo (4 min 48 sec)

Saturday Castle Creations noon demo, Joe Smith & Andrew Ritschel flying the 3DHS Bigfoots with a Castle Edge 80 ESC and Edge 100 ESC!
SEFF 2014 Joe & Andrew Saturday Castle Noon Demo (4 min 33 sec)

Saturday 3DHS noon demo, Joe Smith & Andrew Ritschel flying the 91" Yak 55 and 70" Velox!
SEFF 2014 Joe & Andrew Saturday 3DHS Noon Demo (4 min 1 sec)

Post SEFF flight with the 3DHS 108" Extra 330LT!
Post SEFF Flight With the 3DHS 108 Extra 330LT (7 min 46 sec)

Lighting up SEFF with the 3DHS 74" Edge 540!
SEFF Night Flying The 3DHS 74 Edge 540 (4 min 37 sec)

3DHS Bigfoot's view of SEFF!!
3DHS Bigfoot's View of SEFF (9 min 33 sec)

3DHS Vyper Bype's view of SEFF!!
3DHS Vyper Bype's View of SEFF (4 min 54 sec)

I hope you all enjoy the videos and I'll see you all at SEFF 2015!!!
Posted by naldin | 04-15-2014 @ 10:18 AM | 17,585 Views
Almost Crash
Quase (0 min 15 sec)

Posted by cherrybomb48 | 04-15-2014 @ 09:30 AM | 21,661 Views
Slowing getting my new warbird ready. It's tough only getting to work on it while I'm home but I plan on making more progress this weekend. Here's a few pics so far.
Posted by Adrian Page | 04-14-2014 @ 02:59 PM | 11,447 Views
I just discovered this forum existed an hour or so ago and now I'm a member!
I just posted a thread to determine if giant scale is still what I remembered it as; 1/4 scale or 80" wingspan. It's been a while.

Posted by KeithIlle | 04-13-2014 @ 07:30 AM | 12,716 Views
Here is a video of me throwing around my 3dhs 92 edge. I started flying 2 years ago and I have learned 2 things. 1. It's very addictive and 2nd is that you will have a lot less money in your wallet flying low! LolWatch "92 edge 3DHS" on YouTube
92 edge 3DHS:
92 edge 3DHS (6 min 14 sec)