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I haven't been by in a while. I was locked out for some reason, but that has been corrected. Here is one of my latest articles designed to help newer pilots be successful. THINGS TO CHECK ON AN ARFby Ed Andersonaeajr on the forums The next big step after an RTF is an ARF, or almost ready to fly aircraft. ARFs are aircraft that are 70% to 90% built. Here you are typically selecting and installing all the servos, ESC, battery, receiver and using your radio. You may be expected to do some…Continue
Started by Ed Anderson in building Mar 9, 2013.
Hey guys!!!I know it's been some time since I stopped in to see how thing have been going but like the man said... "I've been busy". Between moving cross country from Georgia to Arizona and losing family members and friends it's been kind of a rough time for the last few months. I myself am doing great now that the storms have settled down for the time being. Have a great new lady in my life and lots of things going on to keep me busy and out of the bars.One of the things that's been keeping…Continue
Started by Jeff K in building Feb 16, 2013.
I have the Top Flite Metrick on the bench right now, on the final stages of building the fuse. Anyone built one of these? any suggestions? I will be adding a bit more dihedral, the 1 1/8 the plans call for dont seem to me to be enough. Also plan to eliminate the balanced rudder and make the rudder bigger. ChrisContinue
Started by Chris in building Dec 11, 2012.
LOOKING FOR A USED OR KIT OF A PARAGON. TXS JAYContinue
Started by JAY GALYON in building Oct 10, 2012.
received a Hobby Lobby Raptor (Czech made) electric tee tail glider kit for Christmas present years ago. Added it to my "stack: of kits and pulled it down recentely now that I've returned to R/C after10 year absence. I cannot find 3-4 page typed instruction sheet. Hobby Lobby no longer has on file. Can anyone help? THXContinue
Started by Neal Doty in building Jun 7, 2012.
I have found an AWESOME new covering material! I think, so far. . . It comes…Continue
BTW, my poly-S1-26 is quite maneuverable. I do rolls…Continue