This is a invite only show of the best of the best in 3D!!
This is a compilation of remotely controlled aircraft crashing at the Santa Clara County Model Aircraft Sky-park, you can find out more about the site at by searching SCCMAS on the internet. The glider crashing happens at the Los Banos, California reservoir. The A-10 crash was on the 9,200 foot long NASA Ames runway at Moffett Field, in Mountain View CA. The airplane landing on a boat was Lake Almanor, California. And don't complain about any repeats on the video, if you want to have a copy of the video without repeat video send me $400 and I will mail you a copy. It may look like there are a lot of bad pilots in the club, but with 400 members and lots of experimentation going on, they are not so bad. Please "Like" the video & "subscribe" to the channel, I also post real aircraft on my "wcolby" channel.
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THE LAVOCHKIN IS POWERED BY A MOKI 250cc FIVE CYLINDER RADIAL FOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE, SHE IS 3.5:1 SCALE BUILT FROM A SCALEWINGS KIT FROM AUSTRIA, SHE WEIGHS IN AROUND 53LBS, FILMED OVER THE WEEKEND OF JUNE 29th & 30th - 2013 AT THE WINGS & WHEELS MODEL SPECTACULAR AT NORTHWEALD AIRFIELD - EPPING - ESSEX - CM16 6AR , TURN OFF AT JUNCTION 7 ON THE M11,
Better order this one quick as it's going to "Fly" off the shelves! Yes the new Parkzone Sukhoi SU-29 MM with the all new AR636 Receiver is truly the first Scale Ready to Fly 3D foamy trainer. So you have watched the Un-Boxing now sit back and enjoy the Maiden flight, followed by a Second Flight where we explore a little of what this plane can do. Sorry for my Audio i had trouble with it so it's not the best. Also having got this plane before it was released i call the modes by the wrong names! I'll do a second video soon explaining each mode concisely. Anyway sit back and enjoy a sneak peek at this great new release from Parkzone! First battery we get used to it, second battery i really let it rip!
Snapasaurus Gets Wet at Joe Nall 2008
4 year old Justin Jee ( http://www.JustinJee.com ) FaceBook ( http://alturl.com/ohzkf ) flies his Raptor 50 heli at the 2006 OC Bob (Ocean County Bob) Fun-Fly in Atlantic City, NJ. Alan Szabo Sr. (Alan Szabo's dad) recorded Justin's stick movements while Alan & Danny watching the flight. This event is the first time that Justin was exposed in public. After his buddy box fligth with Raptor 50, he went back to sim doing fig 8's for safety. He then started flying at the field again around the end of July. So, he has been flying at the field for about 2 months prior to this video. Please visit Justin's website at http://www.JustinJee.com for more info and HD videos. You can also read about how he got started RC in "Story of Justin Chi". It is located in "About Me" section of his website or click on the link http://alturl.com/md2k Here is the stickcam video of Justin 3 years later. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHJs1gBLiuQ
This is the largest full wing piper cub remote control in the world 75% .Your watching the first flight in the air. The motor is a KFM107 140mpr. This plane empty is 345lbs. Gross wt. is 560lbs. Wingspan 26ft.25" Length 16ft 8 ht is 5ft 4".You have to see this to believe how big this plane really is.It is stored in a hanger and only flys one time a year .
My E-flite Apprentice S 15e maiden flite as a floatplane. A little taxiing to get a feel of the floats before giving it some power for flight. Two failed attempts at lift-off motivated me to bring the plane back to shore. I barely got the plane out of the water when I found my problem. My flight mode was set to "0" which is "beginner" mode. A second attempt in flight mode "2" which is "expert", got me into the air quickly. Float tips from Flite Test: http://youtu.be/8qXcakDCCtE My rudder float fix video: http://youtu.be/wmhKwufJYLI Waterproofing the electronics: http://youtu.be/I6CwEQEnrD4 Taxiing, take-off, flying and landing with floats in beginner mode: http://youtu.be/cblhrBquu3Y The floats aren't just for water! http://youtu.be/1yiIYhiScog
How to 3D DVD Series by Precision Aerobatics Improve your skills and challenge your R/C flying! Available for the first time is a DVD that will take you step by step through the process of learning to fly 3D maneuvers. You will learn from PA team pilots, through video and commentary, starting with the easier to perform 3d maneuvers and moving on to the more complex show stoppers. Each maneuver has its own separate video clip demonstrated with real flying footage and also on RealFlight R/C Simulator. The videos have a real time transmitter overlay on the screen so that you can see what stick movements are required as the maneuver is performed and at the same time the commentary talks you through the maneuvers, allowing you to master them in the shortest possible time. Also included are many "tips" that make learning to fly 3D so much easier. Each video has its own chapter on the DVD menu that makes locating and reviewing them quick and easy. So now anyone can learn to fly 3D! Manuevers included: Elevator Parachute Wall Harrier Knife Edge Knife Edge Elevator Waterfall Flat Spins Blender Hover Torque Roll Snap to Hover Knife Edge Spin Rolling Harriers And also included over 44 minutes of bonus materials! Get yours at PrecisionAerobatics.com