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Heli: Predator X-01
Pilot: Rafael Moraes
Place: Dani’s Home, Santo André, SP, Brazil

This video is a display of an electric helicopter that show us how it is very stable and easy to pilot.





Model: Bell UH-1D “Huey” Royal New Zealand Airforce
Rotor diameter: 2,40m
Take-off weight: 21Kg
Engine / Turbine: Jakadofsky Jet Engines Pro 5000
Pilot: Vario-Teampilot Dennis Engel
Kit: Vario-Helicopter
Telemetrie: V-Speak Turbine Telemetrie
FBL: Bavarian Demon 3X
Light: Emcotec/Optotronix
Servo: Savöx SA1256 TG
Radio: Graupner HoTT MZ-24
Receiver: Graupner HoTT GR-32

Event: 17. Pöting Turbine Meeting in Kreuztal Littfeld Germany in June 2018

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New ESKY D700 3D 6ch Helicopter First look

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You are looking at Esky’s newest and latest D700 3D 450 sized 6 channel collective pitch helicopter. ESky fans will remember the lineage of belt cp helicopters. The D700 is their successor. This all new helicopter boasts loads of new and improved features. The chassis frame itself is slimmer and more robust. The newly redesigned 35amp speed controller has larger cooling fins and a superior capacitor to aid in cool and efficient running. The aluminum rotor head is also redesigned featuring a more robust and solid construction. The 120deg swash plate is a mix of composite and aluminum aiding in slop free operation. Digital 7.5g servos are smooth and precise allowing accurate control. The new and improved head locking gyro combined with the digital tail servo is easy to setup and makes the tail feel rock solid. The entire radio system is totally redesigned and is loaded with plenty of programming features even if you decide to use this radio for other projects. Features you will find in high end systems from the likes of JR and Futaba can be found in this radio. Dual rates, Expo, swash mix, servo speed, and the list of features in this radio goes on and on. The large and bright LCD screen is easy to navigate and read. It is also powered by a 3.7v 1100mah lithium battery allowing for efficient operating time. The charger is also redesigned too. No more mystery black box with flashing lights. The new charger is capable of charging 2-3 cell lipos and an LCD screen has the ability to display voltage for each individual cell being charged. To finish off the entire new look and feel Esky has presented in their new line helicopters, the manuals now come on a 1GB SD memory card. Needless to say this whole new lineup is very impressive.
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Série “Inside The”, des petites vidéos montrant les hélicoptères RC sans canopy / fuselage. Ca vous permet d’en voir la conception exacte, et éventuellement vous dépanner lors de réparations / remontages / réglages.
* Config : Esky F150 (version Bell 222 à la Airwolf / Supercopter du mini 150 FP de la marque) en version stock.
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* BO : KatazTrophee / CC Creative Commons BY.

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This body of ESKY F150 is based on that famous helicopter and is a great combination of scale and performance for a Ready-to-Fly. Factory-assembled and test-flown allows for out-of-box flying experience. Direct drive tail motor power system for improved power and response. Multi Axis Control System (MACS®) design brings to more stable flight performance.

The ESKY F150 RTF is the ideal next step for any coaxial helicopter pilot ready to try single-rotor machines. Its fixed-pitch, simple rotor head and Multi Axis Control System (MACS®) has been specially designed to provide plenty of speed maneuverability while retaining the hands-off stability of a coaxial helicopter. Even experienced single-rotor pilots will find the ESKY F150 is great to have around whenever time, place or weather keeps you from flying a bigger helicopter.

Specs :
Length : 185mm (7.3 in)
Width : 45mm (1.8 in)
Height : 55mm (2.2 in)
Blade Length : 78mm (3.1 in)
Main Rotor Diameter : 168mm (6.6 in)
Tail Rotor Diameter : 36mm (1.4 in)
Gear Ratio: (Motor : Main : Tail) 8 : 1
Weight : 30g (1.1oz)
Recommended Environment : Indoor


Cheerwing Syma S107G Gyro R/C Helicopter Review

Quick review of this infared indoors R/C Helicopter. Cheerwing Syma S107G. You can pick it up on Amazon Prime for .98

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ESky Honey Bee is designed for beginner! Easy to Repair! Easy to Fly! Cheap Parts!
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Eachine E119 RC Helicopter 4CH 6 Axis Gyro..Unboxing, Review and Giveaway Details

Welcome to Ready to Run RC. If you are new to the channel. I do unboxings, reviews, and then if I like the RC, I give subscribers a chance to win their very own at the end of the month. In this video, I feature the Eachine E119 4 channel RC Helicopter. I talk about everything that comes included in the box, a little bit about how things work, and then I take it out and test it. I will be testing other RC’s out in the future so stay tuned for upcoming giveaways. Thank you everyone for watching. And I hope to see you with the next Ready To Run RC!

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We’re testing the Firefox C129 4ch Flybarless Micro RC Helicopter (RTF) around the HobbyKing office. Randomness ensues…

This palm-sized micro helicopter is packed full of features to help make it fun and relatively easy to fly. The flybarless system coupled with the 6-axis gyro stabilization unit gives it stability not seen in many helicopters of this size before. The included 2.4GHz transmitter gives you full control of the helicopter. It allows you to climb or descend, fly backward and forwards, fly left and right, and rotate left and right. You can also select whether you wish to fly Mode 1 or Mode 2, and also there is a switch to increase or decrease the amount of rudder authority.

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One of the features which will help beginners immensely is an auto take-off and landing button, a single press of the one-key button will make the helicopter take-off to an altitude of about 1.5 meters, press the same button again and it will safely land. Then there is the “Altitude Hold”, this is controlled via a barometric sensor, the helicopter will hold any height you set and will stay there when the throttle stick is set at neutral. To move to a new altitude simply move the throttle stick up or down until you reach the altitude you want, return the stick to neutral and it will stay there until you move the throttle stick again. An emergency stop function is also supplied, press, and hold the altitude button for 3 seconds and this will stop the motor instantly.

Being flybarless reduces the risk of damage to the helicopter in the event of a crash and also increases the flight time due to less drag. The included 300mAh 25C 1 cell modular battery is quick and easy to install and gives the Firefox an amazing duration of up to 15 minutes. This modular battery is charged using the supplied USB charger, this provides a fast and stable charge process. The Firefox is manufactured using high-performance components and materials which provide strength, are impact-resistant, and made to last.

• Fitted with a 6-axis gyro and flybarless system for the ultimate in stabilization
• Includes a switchable 2.4GHz Mode 1/Mode 2 transmitter
• Uses a barometric sensor for altitude hold
• Auto take-off and land function
• Flight times of up to 15 minutes
• Manufactured in crash-resistant materials
• Emergency stop function

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Model: Bell-429
Rotor diameter: 2.50 m
Engine: TurbinenJakadofsky Pro 6000
Take-off weight: 24.9 Kg
Pilot: Hans Peter Anstutz
Event: 16. Pöting Turbine Meeting in Kreuztal Littfeld Germany in June 2017

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Helicopter Flight Simming! Pro Flight Trainer Puma Review + My PC Setup

A review of the Pro Flight Trainer PUMA flight control setup I use for helicopter flying in DCS and X-Plane 11. Plus, I talk about the specs (VR/PC) of my gaming rig setup for DCS (also listed below).
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Servos R/C Tipos y Caracteristicas

Hoy os traemos un pequeño vídeo sobre lo que es un servo y sus diferentes tipos. Espero que os guste y cualquier duda, podéis dejar en los comentarios vuestras preguntas


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