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Get Your Kids Off The Couch – Fly RC Planes With Your Kids

“I’M BORED!” How many times does a parent get to hear those wonderful words? I know I must have heard them 1000 times or more this summer.

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How Does DSMX Work?

Horizon Hobby and Spektrum just released the new DSMX technology!

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AR.Drone – New Video on the Pursuit Iphone APP

2 AR.Drone battle over snow with AR.Pursuit - this is one cool "toy" It seems as though there are new videos, mods and programs coming out every week!

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FLY RC BONUS: Extreme Flight MXS EXP

 

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FLY RC BONUS: Jason Cole Parasailing

 

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FLY RC BONUS: Habu Video, Photos, and more…

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FLY RC BONUS: Heli-Max Axe CX Nano Video

 

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FLY RC BONUS: Futaba S.Bus System Video and Software

  FUTABA S.BUS SYSTEM Videos courtesy of Hobbico posted on YouTube.com SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS: Click here to download the PCLink Software. Click here to download the SBD-1 Software. Click here to download the SBD-1 Instructions.

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FLY RC BONUS: Aeronca Champ 15e ARF

 

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FLY RC BONUS: Cessna 182 1/5 Scale Super Class RTF

   

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FLY RC Airshow

Regular Fly RC readers will recall the microflight milestones achieved by Martin Newell of San Jose, CA. We reported in the February 2006 issue that Martin was the first to break the 1-gram barrier for an electric radio-control model. At the 2006 NEAT Fair, Martin was at it again with his .695-gram model—the first under 700 milligrams.

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Parkzone T-28 Trojan RTF

Success and recognition can be challenging goals, especially when you are trying to escape the shadow of a more famous older sibling. Such is exactly the case for North American’s T-28 Trojan. Following the WWII-era T-6 Texan trainer—of which over 17,000 examples have served the armed forces of almost 50 countries— the T-28 had some pretty big shoes to fill.

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JR X9303 2.4 Radio System

In my March/April 2005 “Radio Spectrum” column in RCM magazine, the topic was a truly revolutionary radio system—the XP9303 from JR (Horizon Hobby). This 9-channel radio system has a 30-model memory and three model types (airplane, sailplane and helicopter) with virtually limitless programming options via a unique rolling selector system. This 72MHz system became my favorite; now it has been improved with a built-in 2.4 Spread Spectrum system (add-on modules for the 72 version are also available).

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