RC Helicopters area
How it all Started…
  • Nexus 30 – first heli
  • GPH 346
  • JR Ergo Gasser
  • X-Cell 60 Graphite
  • Raptor 30
  • Raptor 60
  • Mini Tornado

    New Articles:

  • Painting Canopies
  • Painting Plastic Canopies
  • Tinting Canopies
  • Limited Slip Drive Setup
  • CJY Muscle Pipe Setup
  • Futaba GV-1 Setup
  • Setting Your Curves
  • Heading Hold Gyros
  • Balancing blades
  • NiCd Battery Care
  • Li-Po monitor
  • RC helicopters FAQ
  • GREAT QUOTE!

  • Canopy for RC helicopters directory


  • Century Swift
  • Jabo
  • Piccolo
  • Raptor 30 V2
  • Hornet
  • Hirobo X.R.B. Lama & Keyence Revolutor
  • Protech Zoom 400
  • Kyosho EP Caliber M24
  • Kyosho Concept 46VR

    Airplanes area:

  • Edge 540 - my latest plane!
  • RC Kit Reviews
  • Tips & Techniques
  • NiCd Battery Care
  • Miscellaneous
  • RV-8 my full-size plane

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  • Control Line explanation
  • Free Flight

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  • Free Flight Models

    Free Flight is a form of Model Aviation. Unlike a radio controlled model aircraft where the pilot is in control of the model while in flight, a free flight plane once airborne , is at the mercy of the wind. Free flight is a hobby that is enjoyed world wide by the creative and adventurous. Free flight is flown indoors and outdoors, for fun and in competition. Models are powered by any means imaginable, gas, rubber, electricity and CO2 to name a few. Today aircraft are built from high tech composites including carbon fiber and Kevlar, as well as the traditional Balsa and tissue you may have used to build a plane as a kid. There are indoor models weighing 1 gram that stay aloft for nearly an hour, while outdoors a thermal may take your plane out of sight.

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