Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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HobbyKing Ryan STA EPO

HobbyKing Ryan STA EPO

A Sport-Scale Ryan for the Park The original Ryan STA monoplanes were developed in the 1930’s. The “ST” designation was an abbreviation for Sport Trainer. The addition of the letter “A” to the model name “ST” indicated that …

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Lightweight Switches

I have used dress snaps as lightweight switches for many years. By soldering a wire to the rim of each half, you only have to press the two parts together to get a problem-free connection. You can attach one side to the …

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ParkZone Sukhoi SU-29MM BNF Basic

ParkZone Sukhoi-29mm

Designed by champion pilot and world-class aircraft designer, Mike McConville, the new ParkZone Sukhoi SU-29MM features Z-foam construction (carbon fiber reinforced foam composition), a SpektrumAR636 receiver with advanced SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology, E-flite 13g digital micro …

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Flying The Humpty-Bump

I would love to be able to tell you why fully grown adults gave this maneuver the name Humpty-Bump. To tell the truth, I have absolutely no idea. As best as I can tell, it must have something to do with an egg, a wall, and all the king's men. It is also commonly referred to as a Humpty. In its simplest form, the Humpty is a 1/4 loop to a vertical line up, followed by a small half loop to a vertical line down, finishing with a second 1/4 loop back to level.

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