You’ll learn about some of the available charging options for your RC model’s battery pack. No matter what type of battery you choose to use on your model, there is a charging system that is ideal for the type of flying you plan to do. We warn against making changes to your aircraft’s electronics with your primary battery, and recommend using a regular airborne pack instead so that your primary battery isn’t low on charge by the time you get it into the air.
Electric scale trainers look and fly just like RC scale model aircraft, and they’re fantastic for practicing the moves that you hope to utilize in your competition routines or just a Sunday flight at the park. We teach you how to check over your RTF electric trainer’s system and body components to make sure itWatch Now >>
Joe Malinchak performs aerial acrobatics with his Ghost Bi-Micro airplane. The flat edges of his airplane create more drag, which allow for top-notch maneuvering and control. The 2 cell 130 pack battery provides 6-8 minutes of flight time. Shown here, Joe Malinchak fights the wind as he shows off his Ghost Bi-Micro with flips, divesWatch Now >>
Marvin Alvarez and Bob Minick show off their ASM advanced scale model C-130. This thing is a beast. It tips the scale at 24 pounds so the pilots say the plane has a flight time of about seven minutes. It’s painted like a United States Coast Guard plane. The only thing added to the planeWatch Now >>