Short and sweet carbon fiber rc heli tail blades review. The blades are 95mm long with a very nice finish. The blades feature the grey carbon fiber weave pattern. They are made for the 50 class rc helicopters, such as T-Rex 600, Logo 600, Raptor 50 and others.
I know how tough it is being a beginner. I was there once. It’s already hard to grasp all the terminology that’s floating all over the place, but lucky you, I have more… What I am going to do is tell you a little more about the swash plate. I want to go into more […]
This video shows the Ah-64D Apache flying around and trying not to crash. The level of detail the Phoenix Simulator provides is mind boggling. This is definitely worth your investment because you can crash as many rc helis as you like, and you get to experience a wide variety of models, which in turn gives […]
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The latest version of Realflight, which is called G6, is as good to the real flying as is possible to get with this kind of software. The graphics are amazing and stunning, as you will see yourself. On the computer it is possible to achieve even higher level of detail than in the video! The […]
Here is a video summary of the T-Rex 450 build that packs some useful information. It is not that great for crazy 3D maneuvering out of the box. The only modification that this model has is the Battery Eliminator Circuit (BEC) from Castle. Also the screws that hold in the motor are kind of hard […]
In this video you will learn lots of useful tips about taking off and putting on of the rc heli wooden blade monocoat covering. Make sure you have hanger iron for loosening the regular aircraft covering. The hanger iron is also used for the stronger adhesion when you are covering your blades.