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Allow 64mm EDF unit

Alloy DPS 64mm 10 blade Electric Ducted Fan Assembley 3300Kv

Just a recommendation for this ducted fan unit (EDF) from Hobbyking. Fitted this to a T45 Goshawk foam EDF kit (also from HK). It needed a little modification to the airframe but fitted in well. On 4 cells the model has more than enough power although not enough for vertical performance. The best thing about

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Spektrum DX6 transmitter

New Spectrum DX6 due June 2104

The new Spektrum DX6 to be releaesed in June 2014 is far cry from the old DX6i. Instead of having to content yourself with a handful of settings for a couple of model types, the new DX6 gives a variety of programming features for airplanes, helicopters and sailplanes. You also get other extras like voice

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artizan rc plane

Artizan BNF with AS3X Technology by ParkZone

The compact ArtiZan BNF is a grab-and-go sport park flyer that’s perfect for exploring aerobatics. The Bind-N-Flyversion comes equipped with a Spektrum receiver featuring a built-in AS3X® (Artificial Stabilization – 3aXis) system. The AS3X system helps counter the effects of wind and turbulence using gyros. The amount of stability the AS3X system provides can be

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flybeam night flyer

Flybeam Night Flyer EPP w/LED System

The new HobbyKing Flybeam night flyer opens a whole new dimension of flying, at night !. The Flybeam has a pre-installed, multi-color LED system with wing tip Strobe lights. The high wing configuration gives the model great stability and the ultra-durable EPP foam makes it a perfect night flyer.  The multiple coloured LEDs have been

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eflite carbon yak

Eflite Carbon Yak 54 RC Aircraft

The new Eflite  Carbon-Z Yak 54 3X from Eflite  is due out February 2014.It 48″ wingspan and runs a on 4 cell LIPO. The hollow Z-foam™ structure is  fused with carbon and composites proding more than enough strength to withstand 3D manouevers. The YAK includes the advanced AS3X (Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) system built into

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