Posted by tailskid2 | 03-03-2017 @ 05:01 PM | 8,150 Views
Fixed up my buddy's wing and cowl after a flame-out right at the end of the runway. New wing and cowl...
Posted by rolling circle | 03-03-2017 @ 01:51 AM | 9,945 Views
Here is a video everyone. This is the Edge V3. My plane is almost a year old now and still flying great. This has the torque vectoring motor mount which is controlled by the rudder servo. Cool plane. Very acrobatic and fun to fly. Enjoy

AMA EAST 2017 TWISTED STYLE EDGE V3 (4 min 36 sec)

Posted by RussellRifleRoll | 03-02-2017 @ 10:25 PM | 6,244 Views
xpert a1 servos (0 min 28 sec)

Posted by fpvmodel.com | 03-02-2017 @ 01:38 AM | 5,859 Views

The Xracer Quadrant BLHeli ESC from FPV Model does something that you may have never seen before. It lets you decide whether to install it on the quadcopter's arms, as usual, or you can combine the ESCs into a 4-in-1 board that fits in a 36mm stack. The ESC takes up to 6S, runs BLHeli_S, supports up to DSHOT600, and costs only $12.99, so... WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK FOR???


Features of X-Racer Quadrant:

1. Can be installed separately on the arms, or 4 ESCs installed together like a PCB under the flight controller.
2. Powered by high performance EFM8BB21 MCU.
3. Flashed with BLHeli_S program. It supports multishot/one shot42/oneshot125.
4. Dshot150/Dshot300/Dshot600 Compatible.
5. With 25AMp constant RMS, 30A max.
6. Designed to support 4-6s Lipo, but work well with 3S also.
7. Only 2.5 grams each piece and 10 grams for a set of 4 pieces.
Posted by Michelle Dessle | 02-28-2017 @ 10:50 PM | 4,798 Views
Feal boiling passion, this big plane show absolutely worth your visit

106" Demonstrator Edge 540 by Jase Dussia (11 min 48 sec)

Posted by Richg | 02-28-2017 @ 03:25 PM | 4,767 Views
Being a self proclaimed "home for wayward Brison 3.2's", I came across these people that said they had some:
That really surprised me so I asked about them and what was available. In response you get this very polite and very much Chinese email back about how many do you want?
Anybody ever had any dealings with them?
Posted by scottyb313 | 02-26-2017 @ 06:50 PM | 7,538 Views
Posted by falconhllusa17 | 02-26-2017 @ 02:38 PM | 4,945 Views
I really like to found in Miami area some body with good acknowledge working faberglass or composite to finish good project.

Any leads will be great help.

Posted by scottyb313 | 02-25-2017 @ 11:34 AM | 7,718 Views
Guys here is another short tech tip!! on how to mount a receiver hassle free.

Scott B

RCTEK Episode #4 (Receiver Mounting Tip) (4 min 7 sec)

Posted by Heli Addict | 02-19-2017 @ 12:13 AM | 5,863 Views
Enjoyed hanging out with the fine folk at the Thunderbirds flying field in the Fort Worth area today! Traveling the country as a corporate pilot has afforded me the privilege to meet many neat people along the way
Posted by Philip Jr | 02-15-2017 @ 04:25 AM | 6,239 Views
Hey guys ! , look , yes , I am big fan of XQ-power ! , I got no money from them though , I have to say the servos I got and service I got , pretty cool
Posted by pittsartist | 02-07-2017 @ 05:29 AM | 8,802 Views
86g RTF excluding battery. I'm happy with that !

(Just thinking - thats 1065.75 lbs lighter than the last aeroplane I built )



Only finished Sunday so yet to test fly - hopefully next Tuesday evening !
Posted by Philip Jr | 02-07-2017 @ 04:02 AM | 5,982 Views
Hi Guys here , What's your favorite servo brand ?
Have somebody used XQ-S4025D ? Well,
I heard about some well known brand , futaba , savox ...
As good as you think ? share you model with me ,thank you .
Posted by tailskid2 | 02-04-2017 @ 12:11 PM | 8,351 Views
Repairing a plane for a friend.....converting from and electric to a DLE35.
Posted by Xpress.. | 02-02-2017 @ 03:58 PM | 12,945 Views
Out of all of the airplanes out there, 2 stand out as being my favorite. The first of which is the Slick, I have 3 of them in my hangar, all Aerobeez- a 48", a 70", and a 91" 70CC. The second of which, and certainly not any lesser, is the Edge 540. I've had a couple of Edge foamies through the years but never anything built up, let alone gas.

So here goes. Nothing over the top fancy, but it's not going to be an entirely stock build either. This is the particular scheme I have.

Now I've actually had this airplane since mid 2015 and decided I no longer want to wait to put it together, out came the credit card!!!

Last night I started with dripping some thin CA onto the outside of the phenolic tubes in both the wings and the elevators to make sure they are locked in place. I also dripped thin CA around the anti-rotation pins and servo pockets. Hitec HSB-9380TH servos were the servo of choice for this airplane for me so I dropped 2 into the left wing panel.

Of course it never dawned on me that I didn't have harnesses or aluminum horns for the servos until after I mounted the servos in place so that is where I stopped for the night.
Posted by Ethan Ater | 01-30-2017 @ 10:00 PM | 8,659 Views
Cool mashup video made by a good friend of mine, go check out his channel! Enjoy the video

Indoor Fun with Twisted Hobbys planes (2 min 28 sec)