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Fliton's Extra 330S Freestyle ARF Axi E-Conversion Review Fliton's Extra 330S Freestyle ARF Axi E-Conversion Review
By Steve H.
Steve Herlacher has a blast exploring this great looking 40-size Extra aerobat, and converting it to AXI and Tanicpacks Lipo power, with resulting performance that outshines most .46 2-strokes, and with only a slight weight penalty!

(Added: Nov 30, 2004, Hits: 37030, Comments: 10, Rating: n/a)
BlueGrass E-Jet Rally 2004 BlueGrass E-Jet Rally 2004
By Chris True
Chris True provides extensive video coverage of this exciting EDF-focused electric fly in!

(Added: Nov 27, 2004, Hits: 21899, Comments: 6, Rating: n/a)
Axi-Powered Adrian Page Aviation 80 in. Electric-Designed Super Cub Laser Cut Kit Review Axi-Powered Adrian Page Aviation 80 in. Electric-Designed Super Cub Laser Cut Kit Review
By Kirby Pople
Kirby Pople provides a very detailed look at the assembly and flight characteristics of this gorgeous 80" cub designed just for electric power.

(Added: Nov 26, 2004, Hits: 26662, Comments: 23, Rating: n/a)
Exlploring the Actro 40-4, CC Phoenix 80 and MedUSA Analyzer Plus Exlploring the Actro 40-4, CC Phoenix 80 and MedUSA Analyzer Plus
By Boyko Sasha
Sasha of the Ukraine explores and experiments with this exciting power combination, and the MedUSA Power Analyzer Plus provides amazing details on their performance.

(Added: Nov 26, 2004, Hits: 10192, Comments: 3, Rating: n/a)
GWS Merlin Flying Broom Review GWS Merlin Flying Broom Review
By Fred Bronk
Fred Bronk has a blast exploring GWS' "Merlin the Magician" flying broom model. This unique design flies amazingly well, and draws lots of attention, as noted on the video!

(Added: Nov 25, 2004, Hits: 12099, Comments: 10, Rating: 5.0)
Aeronaut F9F Panther EDF review Aeronaut F9F Panther EDF review
By Mark Nankivil
Mark Nankivil explores this impressively quick building and complete, German produced, scale, high performance EDF.

(Added: Nov 24, 2004, Hits: 18197, Comments: 7, Rating: n/a)
Watt Age Beechcraft Review Watt Age Beechcraft Review
By Don Sims
The Beechcraft Staggerwing is one of the most memorable planes from the golden age of aviation. Global Hobbies has brought this great plane back into production as the Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing so modelers can enjoy it.

(Added: Nov 23, 2004, Hits: 8607, Comments: 9, Rating: n/a)
Wing Warrior's Straight Edge Review Wing Warrior's Straight Edge Review
By Mitchell Gerdisch
Mitch reviews a great foamie 3D plane perfect for the novice and expert alike.

(Added: Nov 22, 2004, Hits: 8376, Comments: 3, Rating: n/a)
House of Balsa Electric Zap Machine NNC Kit Review House of Balsa Electric Zap Machine NNC Kit Review
By Brian Collins
Brian Collins explores this interesting new kit design from House of Balsa -- the No Need to Cover electric speed 400 powered Zap Machine!

(Added: Nov 21, 2004, Hits: 7765, Comments: 1, Rating: n/a)
Northeast Aero Design Zip-E w/ MPS2A power Review Northeast Aero Design Zip-E w/ MPS2A power Review
By raythomas
Ray Thomas explores this adorable old-timer-looking laser cut built up park flyer design!

(Added: Nov 20, 2004, Hits: 4915, Comments: 1, Rating: n/a)
FMA FMA FS8 CoPilot 2nd Generation Flight Stabilization and FailSafe Unit Aircraft Installation Review FMA FMA FS8 CoPilot 2nd Generation Flight Stabilization and FailSafe Unit Aircraft Installation Review
By Eric Anderson
Eric Anderson explores the flight stabilization, fail safe, and transmitter-specific Recognition Technology of this exciting new second generation flight stabilization product!

(Added: Nov 19, 2004, Hits: 11372, Comments: 3, Rating: n/a)
Multiplex Easy Star ARF Review Multiplex Easy Star ARF Review
By Bernard Cawley
Ten-year-old Barbara Cawley builds, flies and writes a review of this resilient foam primary trainer, with a little help from Dad.

(Added: Nov 18, 2004, Hits: 88285, Comments: 16, Rating: n/a)
Hexpert Systems ZLog Altitude Meter Review Hexpert Systems ZLog Altitude Meter Review
By Andrew Willetts
Have you ever wondered how high your Radio Controlled model could go? Now you can find out. Just install ZLog on your plane - be it a parkflyer, sailplane, hotliner, or 3D aerobatic, at only 12 grams, your plane won't know it's there. Instantly know how high your flight went with the onboard display. You can also record the complete flight for analysis on your PC with the serial or USB interface.

(Added: Nov 18, 2004, Hits: 14431, Comments: 0, Rating: n/a)
RCHTA Chicago iHobby Expo Trade Show 2004 Report RCHTA Chicago iHobby Expo Trade Show 2004 Report
By Mitchell Gerdisch
The Radio Control Hobby Trade Association puts on a HUGE hobby trade show in Chicago every year. Enjoy this year's photo and video highlights!

(Added: Nov 10, 2004, Hits: 9165, Comments: 1, Rating: n/a)
GWS 3D Tiger Moth Review GWS 3D Tiger Moth Review
By Jouni Tiainen
Jouni Tiainen explores the suprisingly nimble and 3D capable new GWS 3D Tiger Moth, complete with a DIY CDRom Brushless Motor Upgrade.

(Added: Nov 09, 2004, Hits: 25270, Comments: 20, Rating: n/a)
UltraFly PC9 Review UltraFly PC9 Review
By Pat Mattes
Pat Mattes explores a great flying, well mannered aerobat that goes together easy and flies like a charm!

(Added: Nov 08, 2004, Hits: 42393, Comments: 24, Rating: 5.0)
Upgrading Two Very Different Planes from NiMH to an Electrifly Lipo 1200 Upgrading Two Very Different Planes from NiMH to an Electrifly Lipo 1200
By Sam Schmidt
Sam Schmidt removes an 8-cell KAN850 NiMH from two very different aircraft -- a delta and a bird dog -- and replaces it with the Electrifly Lipo - at less than half the weight and nearly half again the capacity, the performance increases are impressive!

(Added: Nov 07, 2004, Hits: 7801, Comments: 14, Rating: n/a)
Chilliwack BC August 2004 Flyin! Chilliwack BC August 2004 Flyin!
By Bernard Cawley
This year's ninth annual Summer Electric Fly-In in Chilliwack, British Columbia was wetter than usual, but there were still many friends, great planes and helis and lots of flying both on land and water. Here's a look in words and pictures.....

(Added: Nov 03, 2004, Hits: 25225, Comments: 5, Rating: n/a)
GWS Slow Stick Combat Video Article GWS Slow Stick Combat Video Article
By Michael Heer
Slow Stick Combat has been growing in popularity because it is inexpensive, easy to do and alot of fun. General rules are standard flying surfaces but free choice on electric motor system. This event had a six-minute heat and those with kills advanced to the final, Top Gun Round. Thanks to Greg Gallegos for use of some of his still pictures. (Broad band version is cut into 2 videos, and includes longer "dirctors cut" first round video.)

(Added: Nov 02, 2004, Hits: 14926, Comments: 0, Rating: n/a)