Posts Tagged ‘Biggest Rc Plane’
Biggest Rc Plane
The popularity of radio controlled model airplanes has exploded in recent years. You can find RC model airplanes for sale in most toy and sporting goods stores. There is no shortage of complete packages on the market that sell for less than $50, though I do not necessarily recommend these bottom drawer systems.
The process for learning to fly model helicopters properly is very similar to what I describe here, but I will be focusing on airplanes.
Learning to fly RC is not hard, but there are Read the rest of this entry »
The Biggest Plane
The Mi-26 was developed in the 1970′s as a heavy-lift helicopter after the unsuccessful development of the Mil V-12. The designers were required to design a super lift helicopter that had an empty weight less than half of its maximum takeoff weight. As the successor to the Mi-6 and Mi-12 heavy lift helicopters the Mi-26 was designed for both military and civilian use. Primarily the Mil-26 was designed to meet military requirements with twice the cabin space of the previous world’s largest Mi-6. In this role it was designed to move mobile ballistic missiles and 13 ton amphibious armoured Read the rest of this entry »
Smallest Rc Plane
The world is ‘going small’, from cars, mobile phones, computers to all other gadgets and machines, which we normally use. Space is becoming limited and so the need to change even in the ‘flying world’. Considering the limitations, gave rise to Micro RC airplanes, which are very small versions of model planes and are commonly known as micro flyers.
Micro RC planes are common and popular today. It is not easy to find a big vacant park, where you can fly your models planes. But, this does not mean, you should give up your favorite hobby. Read the rest of this entry »
Biggest Rc Plane
What you should consider before converting your RC airplane gas engine to an electric motor system. With the changes in RC electric motor technology it is possible to fly ANY size model using RC plane electric motors. The biggest leap in making this possible has been two fold. First we have model airplane electric engines that are powerful enough, not to mention much more efficient, that they rival or even surpass gas/slimers/smokers/nitro hogs, or whatever else you may call RC airplane gas engines.
In fact you can expect to see an increase in the performance of Read the rest of this entry »