Sunday, December 17, 2017
Home » Fly RC Staff (page 2)

Fly RC Staff

Valley View RC Christmas sale

Vally View RC Christmas Sale. Save 12% on any order until December 31st

Read More »

HobbyKing Best Deals

Click to see HobbyKing's Best Deals of the Week!

Read More »

Force RC ‘Tis the season: 12 Days of Deals!

Force RC: The best prices of the season for the RC Lover on your list Ends 12/12

Read More »

DC-24 Controller Carbon Colors

Tired of a plain old transmitter? Spruce it up with our line of Carbon Color DC-24 transmitters. Choose from Steel Blue, Burnt Orange, Red Wine, or the traditional Titanium with a Carbon Fiber Face plate.

Read More »

X1 Nano – Multi-chemistry Battery Charging Unit

Plug in and Charge! Hitec’s X1 Nano is the economical battery charging companion for all hobbyists. Simply plug in the AC power cord to a standard 100-240 volt outlet and you are ready to successfully charge all popular battery chemistries in a snap.

Read More »

Introducing a New Lever Gear Toolcard

Be Prepared... Everywhere. The Lever Gear Toolcard™ packs 40 functions into a beautifully crafted, credit card-sized multitool. Whether tucked away in your wallet or on display as a money clip, it’s always with you so you can get things done. Watch the video below to see the Toolcard™ in action.

Read More »

The Great Fall Rebate on over 40 O.S. and Futaba items

The Great FALL Rebate has arrived! With over 40 O.S. and Futaba items to choose from, now’s the time to buy the O.S. Engine or Futaba Radio system you’ve always wanted. Purchase an eligible item featured below between …

Read More »

Smart Radio Programming

This is a back to basics walk through radio setup for primary flight controls. The P-51 has ten servos installed in total. The receiver that comes with the DX18 is a nine channel receiver which was installed in the plane. With that being said one “Y” harness will be required for the radio installation because of the lack of receiver channels.

Read More »

Low Hassle Fiber-Glassing With Eze-Kote

For decades experienced RC model air-plane builders, especially scale builders, have relied on fiberglass as a tough, easy-to-apply balsa covering material that resists dings and scratches and will accept most paints.

Read More »

Fixed Wing FPV Buyer’s Guide

Love them or hate them, drones are everywhere these days and while they may have drawn a bit more attention and scrutiny to the RC airplane pilots, they have also brought us FPV. First Person View flight from a 250 quad racer is exhilarating to say the least

Read More »

Crossover Tips & Tricks

At the risk of sounding too cliché, getting older really does make you wiser. Honestly, it’s a matter of experience. Over the years I have made so many mistakes and wasted so much time and money that I was finally forced to find solutions to my modeling concerns. Now, while much of what follows is what I personally discovered

Read More »

Scaling Out The Atomik RC/Sonic Modell B-17 Pt. 1

Recently I devoted several weeks of workshop time to determine just how far I could go with fiberglass-and- paint resurfacing and refinishing of a typical large foam/ARF electric powered RC scale warbird…in this case the 61” wingspan J-Power P-51-D available from Atomik RC.

Read More »

Cut A Perfect Cowl

Everyone knows that the “A” in ARF stands for “Almost”. For some kits, that can be a pretty big “A”! While the majority of ARF’s have most of the major components built, there are significant variations in the amount of time and skill required to finish them well. There is also the issue of instruction manuals being, shall we say, “loosely” translated Chinese building instructions.

Read More »