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 it is ready for flying, and then discuss what you’ll see when you operate the transmitter.
Johnny Hernandez introduces his Mirage 2000. Learn about all of its features and find out why Johnny decided to go with the strongest servo he could buy. Unfortunately he lost his first Mirage 2000 but then got another one just like it because he liked it so much. Watch as it soars through the sky!Watch Now >>
Rich Cawley presents his 1/3 scale Pup aircraft that he built from a JW kit in this RC Hobby video. Learn about its features including a 3218 propeller. That is a lot of power on this size of plane but with a good size engine you can turn the prop slower and it gives itWatch Now >>
Michael Ramsey, associate editor at Model Aviation Magazine brings his Ultimate biplane powered by a 4-stroke, YS 140-L engine to talk about the specifications for the 4-stroke engine and the benefits of using it over a 2-stroke engine. Michael gives us a test fly demonstration to show us how the YS 4-stroke looks and soundsWatch Now >>