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  • AccuRC Precision Flight Simulator

    Introducing the world's only 3rd generation aerodynamically accurate RC simulator made by AccuRC!

    AccuRC isn't just a simulator - it's a complete modelling experience! Designed to give you the pleasure of owning, configuring and flying real models, every aircraft is accurately detailed and can be configured to meet your own requireme Examine your aircraft in the 'Workbench' - a unique feature where you can see the control system working, tune your models, swap out components, change colour schemes and change the settings of electronic devices such as gyros and flybarless controllers. And you're not limited to one set-up per model - you can have several copies, each one set up differently. AccuRC lets you enjoy a fantastic new level of realism - it's like the real thing!

    Minimum System Spec:

    • i3 2.1ghz or AMD FX6100
    • 4Gb Ram
    • Nvidia GT425M or GT630
    • Radeon HD 7640G, 7600M or equivalents
    • 2.5GB Hard Drive Space
    • DirectX compatible sound card
    • DVD Drive
    • Windows Vista/7/8

    Recommended Spec:

    • Intel i5 2.5ghz or AMD FX8350
    • 4GB Ram
    • Nvidia GTX 660 or Radeon R9 270,
    • Nvidia GTX680M or Radeon HD7970M or equivalents.
    • 2.5GB Hard Drive Space.
    • DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • DVD Drive.
    • Windows Vista/7/8

    SKU: AC1000

  • AeroSIM RC Training Simulator

    AeroSIM RC Training Simulator

    This high quality RC flight simulator includes a CD with software and user manual in electronic format, and a USB interface with an adapter to fit the transmitter of your choice.

    The USB interface is fitted with a 3.5 mono jack that can be directly used with JR/Spektrum/HitecAurora/Turnigy/GraupnerMX. An adapter is required for other transmiters (sold separately), consisting on a short cable with a female 3.5 mono jack on on one end, and the right type of connector for the particular transmitter on the other end. Available connectors include: Futaba Square Plug, DIN6 for Futaba Round Plug and Hitec, Multiplex (DIN5, compatible with DIN7 and DIN8), Graupner with Trainer Socket (jack 3.5mm stereo), and ESky/WFly/Storm (minDIN4).

    Upgrade policy:

    The latest full version of the software can be freely downloaded from the download page at Try it out before you buy it!!!

    Without the original USB cable, the flying time is limited to two minutes after which the model stops flying and a message inviting to purchase the simulator is displayed.

    The upgrade policy is that all future software updates, including new functions, models and scenarios will be free to download.

    FPV features:

    The simulator is quite popular among FPV enthusiasts for its unique FPV features. The on-board FPV Camera in all models can be controlled from the transmitter (or even from a Head Tracker), and several types of OSD present the GPS and flight data in a realistic way. There are also customers interested in practicing FPV over their actual flying site, and the simulator includes a Scenario Generator to build new scenarios from satellite imagery, captured, for instance, from Google Earth.

    Multicopter Models:

    It also includes several MikroKopter models that have been tested by the creator Holger Buss, and MK users are finding very attractive the simulator in order to protect their investment by learning to fly them first in the simulator. Also the GAUI 330X-S is included.


    • Training Programs
    • There are two Training Programs: (1) Airplane, and (2) Helicopter/Multicopter.
    • The Training Programs are designed for those with no experience at all on RC, and we are getting very good feedback from the users who try them.

    Minimum Requirements:

    • Pentium III or compatible at 1GHz
    • Graphic Card with at least 32MB RAM with OpenGL driver.
    • 512 MB RAM
    • 200MB hard disk space
    • CD-ROM Player
    • Sound card compatible with DirectX
    • Free USB port to connect the transmitter
    • Compatible Radio Transmitter Futaba/Sanwa/Hitec/Multiplex/JR/Spektrum with trainer connector.
    • Windows 7 (32 and 64 bits), Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000

    Recommended Requirements:

    • Pentium 4 or compatible at 2GHz
    • Graphic card ATI or NVIDIA with 128MB and with OpenGL driver

  • Building Scale Helicopters

    by Peter Wales

    "Is it real or a model?" is possibly the highest compliment any scale modeller can get.

    With this book, learn how to make a scale model helicopter that will be the envy of your flying companions

    SKU: RCBO-009

  • FF9 Reflex cable

    Especially made for Reflex (new version), to fit FF9 radios.Also possible to have for 9Z

    SKU: SKU14544

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  • Futaba/Hitec Round adaptor

    Adaptor lead suitable for Futaba or Hitec Round connector

    SKU: HA080

  • Phoenix R/C Pro Simulator V5.0

    Improved airplane physics rebuilt from the ground up, plus industry-leading heli physics, provide ultimate realism and accuracy
    • Companion software lets you import 3D geometry definitions from almost any program so that you can fly creations of your own, then share online
    • Improved model editing system lets you completely control each models flight characteristics in detail
    • The most authentic simulations of Horizon Hobby® RC aircraft including the innovations they feature such as AS3X® and SAFE™ technology
    • All aircraft flying sites and feature downloads are FREE
    • Over 200 accurately modeled and detailed helis, airplanes, float planes, autogyros and more included
    • In-cockpit and chase camera views give you a wide range of flight perspectives
    • Realistic sounds recorded from actual model engines
    • Dozens of beautiful sites include a range of exotic locations from around the world using high-definition Photofield technology that make it feel like you’re right there
    • Internet/LAN multiplayer mode with voice-chat lets you fly and learn from other pilots around the world
    • Tutorial videos taught by world-class champion pilots


    Whenever weather, schedules or circumstances conspire to keep you from the flying field, scratch your flying itch with the latest Phoenix Professional RC Flight Simulator, version 5.0. Stunning graphics and incredibly realistic physics have made the Phoenix simulator not only one of the best desktop flight simulators, but a virtual RC experience with just about all the benefits of an RC club and flying field. This newest version features definitively refined physics plus new companion software you can use to create your own models, fly them and then share them online. It’s always a perfect time to fly with the Phoenix Professional RC Flight Simulator.

    Phoenix is the incredibly popular worldwide RC simulator that lets you master this complex and rewarding hobby in the comfort of your own home. Whether you are a brand new pilot picking up your first trainer model, or a seasoned veteran practicing for your next big competition, Phoenix has everything you need to take your skills to the next level. Blending incredibly life-like and accurate model physics with beautiful cutting-edge graphics and a multitude of unique features, Phoenix is a fantastic package for beginners and professional model pilots alike.

    Included software lets you import 3D geometry definitions from almost any 3D design program to fly them, then share online.

    The improved model editing system lets you completely control each models flight characteristics in detail with ease.

    Hundreds of models and a wide range of flying sites are included with free downloads available as additional scenery and aircraft are available. No expansion packs required.

    Phoenix 5 is the only RC sim with authentic Horizon Hobby aircraft simulations including the innovations they feature such as AS3X® and SAFE™ technology.

    Whether you’re learning to fly without harsh consequences or just trying out that Blade heli you have had your eye on, the InfinityScape 3D landscape generator lets you fly beyond the horizon over beautiful, ever-changing terrain that you create and control.

    System Requirements
    • IBM-compatible PC computer with 1.0 GHz Pentium 3/4 or AMD Athlon/64 compatible processor or better
    • Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system
    • 256MB system memory (RAM)
    • 1.5 GB free, uncompressed hard-disk space
    • ATI Radeon 9800/NVidia Geforce Ti4200 with at least 128MB memory or better
    • Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or higher
    • DVD-ROM Drive for installation
    • 1 free USB 1.1/2.0 port
    • 100% DirectX 9 compatible sound card (optional)
    • Other specifications may apply

    • Phoenix R/C Pro Simulator V5.0 with DX4e By: RUNTIME GAMES LTD


    • Brushless Upgrade: Nano CP X By: BLADE
    • UMX AS3Xtra BNF Basic By: E-flite
    SKU: RTM5000

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  • Phoenix Sim + DX5

    WITH transmitter Spektrum DX-5 Mode 2 (throttle left)

    You don’t even have to leave the house to enjoy exhilarating flight with all the Horizon Hobby brands you know and love. Just plug into the Phoenix Professional Radio
    Control Flight Simulation 3.0. This Horizon Hobby Exclusive Edition features over 100 beautifully modeled and realistic aircraft (including auto-gyros) from JR Heli, E-flite, Blade, Hangar 9 and Parkzone.
    You’ll also be able to fly with other pilots from around the world thanks to Internet Multiplayer Mode (requires an internet connection). And when you’re ready for new Horizon Hobby aircraft and other scenarios, simply visit for free downloads.


    • fly with interactive buddies
    • free downloads of new aircraft and flying sites – no hangar packs to buy, ever!
    • over 100 models – including those from your favorite brands (HAN, EFL, PKZ, etc.)
    • detailed professional aircraft customization system with in-flight tuning
    • learning made easy by advanced training modes for helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft
    • full internet/LAN multiplayer
    • unique competition modes make improving your skills
    • fun, challenging and exciting
    • support for up to 4 people flying together simultaneously via split-screen action (internet connection required)
    • exciting night flight mode – glow schemes
    • realistic water simulation with float aircraft
    • 17 unique and original full-360-degree photographic panoramic sceneries
    • custom Plug and Play USB interface
    • stable, powerful and accurate custom-built dynamics engine for ultimate realism
    • advanced graphics capabilities with special effects including soft shadows and glows
    • clear, intuitive, easy-to-use yet in-depth graphical user interface system and overview

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  • Ray's HeliTech Volume 10,11 & 12

    This disk goes through every item in the transmitter menu. After an overview of theory for each menu item, the “armchair” settings are punched into the transmitter. These are the points, curves, and program mixes that can be programmed before you ever work with the helicopter.

    Scenes 1-9: Introduction • TX Overview • Basic Menu • Power Mode • Parameter • Model • Aux Channel • Timer • Trainer

    Scenes 10-18: Logic Switches • Servo Monitor • D/R & Expo • Endpoints • Sub Trim • Servo Reverse • Trim • Trim Theory • Throttle Cut

    Scenes 19-27: Swash AFR • Failsafe • Normal Thro/Pitch • Advanced Thro/Pitch • Thro/Pitch 5 Pts. • Thro/Pitch 7 Pts. • Norm Thro/Pitch 10C • Aero Thro/Pitch 10C • Why 38% & 62%?

    Scenes 28-36: The Bottita System • Norm Thro Curves • Aero Thro Curves • Gyro Sense • Revo Mix • Throttle Hold • Hov Thro/Pitch • Pitch Trimmers • Offset & Condition

    Scenes 37-38: Delay • Gov/RevMax

    • VOLUME 11: Building Tips & Bench Setup (1 hr. 44 min.; 33 scenes)

    Once the “armchair settings” are finalized on the beginning of this disk, Ray dives into building tips and radio installation details. After this, the Bench Setup begins. Because of all the groundwork covered in the first disk (the “why”), the Bench Setup (the “how”) is pretty simple and straightforward. The main “unknowns” are finding the throttle servo endpoints, the amount of collective pitch the machine has to offer, and setting up the tail rotor and gyr

    Scenes 1-9: Gov TX • Throttle Mix • Program Mix Theory • Throttle Needle • Program Mix Setup • Canopy/Rotor Head • Washout Hub • Non-Driven T/R • Side Frames

    Scenes 10-18: Fuel System • Engine/Clutch • Tail • Radio Installation • RevMax • Cooling System • Setup TX Curves • Leveling Servo Arms • Sub Trim

    Scenes 19-27: Servo Mechanical Limits • Servo Reverse • Flybar Lock & Cyclic Throw • Level Swashplate • Cyclic & Collective Limits • Level Arms • Collective Range • Bottita System Revisited • Level Swashplate

    Scenes 28-33: S/P Tilt for Translating Tendency • TX Pitch Curves • Check for Binding • Throttle Setup • Tail Rotor Setup • Gyro Direction

    • VOLUME 12: Flight Trimming (1 hr. 29 min.; 22 scenes)

    Volume 12 finishes the Bench Setup by showing how to set up the RevMax. After a quick overview of the transmitter, it’s out to the field! Ray takes his T-Rex 600N (that’s never been flown) and has it flying far better than his ability in only three tanks of fuel! As proof, he hands over the machine to a talented young pilot (Kyle Dahl) and lets him wring out the machine! After viewing this disk, you’ll know the major things to look for as you sequence through the flight trimming process.

    Scenes 1-9: RevMax Setup • TX Recap • Range Check • 100% Throttle to 88% Throttle • Fuel/Muffler/Gyro • Needle Valve and Break-In • Throttle Linkage and Idle • First Start • Blade Tracking

    Scenes 10-18: Hover Trim Adjustments • Gyro Adjustments • Throttle Hold/Autos • Throttle for Aerobatics • Aerobatic Throttle Changes • Loops and Rolls • RevMax Threshold • Dahl Introduction • Throttle Changes for Kyle

    Scenes 19-22: Kyle 4th Tank • Kyle 5th Tank • Tank 5 Comments • Closing & Credits


  • Ray's HeliTech Volume 13 & 14

    One of the most satisfying aspects of flying a model helicopter is doing autorotations. When it's calm, you hover. When there's some wind, you autorotate! Whether you have a nitro or electric helicopter (450 size and up) the information contained in these disks will have you autorotating in no time!

    Volume 13 covers autorotation theory. How does the aerodynamic airflow affect autos? How are autos used in emergency situations? Discover the difference between driven and non-driven tail rotors and how they influence efficiency vs. control. Finally, V13 shows you how to set up for autos using Spektrum, JR, and Futaba radios.

    Volume 14 begins with a bit of advanced theory, then we head out to the field. A stick cam lets you see every movement of collective pitch and tail rotor! Ray starts out teaching you how to do hovering autos, and ends up teaching you dead engine autos from altitude! V14 concludes by showing all kinds of advanced autos demonstrated by Kyle Dahl, the winner of the 2010 XFC. (We've got a stick cam on Kyle, too.) It's worth it just to see Kyle do all his fancy autos!

    Autorotations for Nitro and Electric
    Autos for Fun and Emergencies
    Driven vs. Non-Driven Tail Rotors
    Transmitter Setup
    All kinds of Basic Autos
    All kinds of Advanced Autos!

    SKU: RAYSDVD1314

  • Rays DVD collection Vol 1-3

    TX Theory, Bench Setup, & Flight Trimming includes:

    VOLUME 1: Transmitter Theory and Setup (1 hr. 43 min.; 47 scenes)
    This disk goes through every item in the transmitter menu. After an overview of theory for each menu item, the “armchair” settings are punched into the transmitter. These are the points, curves, and program mixes that can be programmed before you ever work with the helicopter.
    Scenes 1-9: Beginning · Introduction · Equipment Used · Engine Break-In Rationale · TX Overview · System Menu · Model Select/Copy · Model Name · Model Type

    Scenes 10-18: Model Reset · Modulation · Model Transfer · Trim Step · Device Select · Swash Type/CCPM · CCPM Comments · D/R & Expo · Reverse Switches

    Scenes 19-27: Sub Trim · Travel Adjust · Throttle Hold · 5 vs. 7 Points in TX · Pitch/Throttle Curve Theory · TX In/Out Points · Normal Throttle Curve · Throttle Trim Action · Throttle Curve: Aerobatics

    Scenes 28-36: Throttle Expo Theory · Why Hover at Points 2 & 4 · Throttle Curve 1 & 2 · Pitch Curve Theory: Aerobatics · Problems with Stock T/R Mix · Basic Gyro Theory · Gyro Switching Options · The 90% Throttle Rule · Built-In Mixes

    Scenes 37-45: Program Mix Selection Options · Program Mix 1 · Program Mix 2 · Program Mix 3 · Program Mixes 4-6 · Failsaf · Trainer · Timer · Monitor

    Scenes 46-47: Trims · Final Menu Checks/Summary

  • VOLUME 2: Helicopter Bench Setup (1 hr. 7 min.; 26 scenes)
    We fine-tune the linkage lengths, set the servo endpoints, and set up the cyclic, collective pitch, throttle, and gyro.
    Scenes 1-9: Introduction · Pushrod Theory · General Radio Details · Right/Left Cyclic Setup · Fore/Aft Cyclic Setup · Setting Cyclic Endpoints · ollective Servo Throw Limits · Throttle Theory & Setup · Keeping Throttle Ahead of Collective

    Scenes 10-18: Cyclic > Throttle Mix Checks · The 90% Throttle Rule · Gyro Rate vs. Heading Hold Checks · Electronic vs. Mechanical Gyro Gain · Tail Rotor Pushrod Setup · Tail Rotor Pitch Theory · Tail Rotor Servo Direction · Gyro Direction · Gyro Authority Theory

    Scenes 19-26: Collective Pitch Setup Basics · Checking Collective Pitch Range · Pitch: Normal Flight Mode · Pitch: Flight Modes 1 & 2 · Pitch: Throttle Hold · The Advantage of a Non-Driven T/R · Tail Rotor Pitch for Autos · Final Pitch Curve Checks
  • VOLUME 3: Helicopter Flight Trimming (55 min.; 26 scenes)

  • In three tanks of fuel, we take a helicopter that’s never been flown and go through all the trimming steps necessary to make it a finely tuned 3D machine! The limits will be your flying skill, not the helicopter’s flight capability!
    Scenes 1-9: Introduction · Range Check · Rate Mode for 1st Hover · Mixture, Cooling, & Idle Notes · No Start · First Start · First Hover & Trim Checks · Check Gyro Gain & Pirouette Rate · Rudd > Throttle Mix

    Scenes 10-18: Thro Hold, T/R Flat Pitch, Hov Autos · 100% RPM Check in Normal Flight Mode · Fine Tune Throttle Endpoints · 2nd Tank of Fuel · Straight-In & 180 Autos · 90% Throttle in FM 1 & 2 · FM 1 Vertical Ascent Check · Loops: Check Thro at Bottom of “V” Curve · Rolls: Check Ail > Thro Mix

    Scenes 19-26: Forced Intermission · Back to Trimming: Rolls · High Inverted Hover Check · Fore/Aft Tumbles: Elev > Thro Mix · Stall Turns · 3rd Tank of Fuel,1st Low Inverted Hover · 2nd Low Inverted Hover · Closing Remarks, Credits
  • SKU: SKU14565

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  • Rays DVD Series - Vol 4 and 5

  • Vol4 -Flight Theory, Engine Break-In, and Tools (1 hr. 13 min.; 21 scenes)
    This disk starts with basic flight theory. Learn how collective pitch, cyclic pitch, and the tail rotor control the helicopter’s flight. Advanced theory shows you how to obtain perfect mixture no matter if the engine is cold or hot! Finally, we’ll look at the tools needed to build a helicopter and the field equipment needed to get it flying.
    Scenes 1-9: Beginning · Introduction · Fixed vs. Collective Pitch · Rotor Head Overview · Radio-Transmitter Basics · Cyclic Pitch · Tail Rotor Theory · Gyro Theory · Driven vs. Non-Driven Tail Rotors

    Scenes 10-18: Effective Translational Lift · Settling With Power · Engine Break-In Rationale · Face-Off Engine & Muffler · Carburetion Without Compromise: Theory · Carburetion w/o Comp: Execution · Carburetion w/o Comp: Stopper Theory · Engine Break-In · Carburetion w/o Comp: Demonstration

    Scenes 19-21: Workbench Tools · Rotor Head Balance Tools · Field

  • VOLUME 5: Building the Helicopter(1 hr. 42 min.; 26 scenes)

  • Not merely a step-by-step instruction manual, “Building the Helicopter” goes into the “tender loving care” steps that separate an average-built helicopter from a perfectly-built machine. After viewing this disk you’ll be ready for Volumes 1-3 of Ray’s Authoritative DVD Series.

    Ray’s Authoritative DVD Series will allow you to progress from novice building/setup skills to expert skills in a matter of days! This is a DVD Series you can’t be without!
    Scenes 1-9: Beginning · Fitting Ball Links · Fuel Tank · Clutch Bell · Side Frames · Autorotation Unit · Washout Assembly · Collective, “A” Arms, & Bellcranks · Mainshaft, Main Gear, Swashplate, & Washout

    Scenes 10-18: Fan & Clutch · Engine Installation · Landing Gear · Main Rotor Head · Attach M/R Head & Pushrods · Tail Rotor Gearbox · Tail Boom Assembly · Install Tail Boom · Tail Rotor Control Pushrod

    Scenes 19-26: Glo Plug Clip & Header Tank · Servo Installation · Battery Packs & Regulators · Install Batt, RX, & Gyro · Canopy & Fins · Rotor Blades · Blade Pitch Arms to Leading Edge · Bert flies Ray’s Raptor
  • SKU: RCM15572

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  • Rays DVD Series Vol 7, 8 , 9

    Electric Helicopters and eCCPM includes:

  • VOLUME 8: Transmitter Theory (1 hr. 45 min.; 50 scenes)
  • Learn every menu item in not one, but two transmitters! The Spektrum DX6 and DX7 2.4 GHz radios have revolutionized the places where we can fly! Find out every feature these radios have to offer, and how they work with eCCPM (electronic Cyclic Collective Pitch Mixing) helicopters.
    Scenes 1-9: Why & How/Intro · DX6/7 Comparison · eCCPM Overview · DX6 Overview · DX7 Overview · DX6 System Menu · DX7 System Menu · DX7 Model Select · Swashplate Types · DX7 Input Select

    Scenes 10-18: Cyclic > DX7 Thro Recovery · DX7 Trainer · DX7 Reset, Type, Name · DX6 Rev Switches · DX7 Rev Switches · DX6 D/R & Expo · DX7 D/R & Expo · DX6 Sub Trim · DX7 Sub Trim

    Scenes 19-27: DX6 Travel Adjust · DX6 Gyro Sense · DX7 Gyro Sense · DX6 Travel Adjust Finish · DX7 Travel Adjust · DX6 Throttle Hold · DX7 Throttle Hold · DX6 Thro N Board · DX7 Thro N Board

    Scenes 28-36: DX6 Thro 1 Board · DX7 Thro 1,2 Board · DX6 Thro Tx · DX7 Thro Tx · DX6 Pitch N Board · DX7 Pitch N Board · DX6 Pitch 1 Board · DX7 Pitch 1,2 Board · The Botitta System

    Scenes 37-45: DX6 Pitch Tx · DX7 Pitch Tx · Revo Mix Board · Program Mix Board · DX6 Prog Mix 1 · DX7 Prog Mix 1 · DX7 Prog Mix 2 · DX7 Prog Mix 3 · eCCPM Servo Throw Theory

    Scenes 46-50: DX6 eCCPM Tx · DX7 eCCPM Tx · DX7 Auto D/R · DX7 Timer · DX7 Servo Monitor

    VOLUME 9: Bench Setup and Flying (1 hr. 47 min.; 41 scenes)
    With the theory in hand from Volume 8, we apply it as we set up an eCCPM helicopter. While we use the T-Rex for the setup, the information is totally applicable to eCCPM glow helicopters as well. With the setup complete, we go to the field and trim out the T-Rex, all the while marveling at the quietness and smoothness of this electric helicopter!
    Scenes 1-9: Binding · ESC Setup · Pre-Setup Steps · Servo Arm Leveling · Finding Servo Mechanical Limits · Servo Hole Theory for Collective · Flybar Lock & Pitch Gauge Use · Setting Collective Pitch · Level S/P at Hi & Low Stick

    Scenes 10-18: Cyclic Pitch Throw · Level W/O Arms & Mixer Arms · Check Rotor Head Servo Arms for Binding · S/P Tilt for Translating Tendency · T/R Servo Setup · Gyro Setup · Mount Rx & Battery · M/R Blade Tracking Checks · Final Tx Checks

    Scenes 19-27: Training Gear · Flying Intro · Range Check · T/R Trim · Cyclic Trim · Gyro Sensitivity · Normal Approaches · Hovering Auto · Straight-In Autos

    Scenes 28-36: Fail-Safe Demo · Thro Hold for Start · Belt Tension Check · FM 1 Blade Tracking · Inverted Hovering · Elev > Thro Check/Intermission · Intro to Autos · Look How Smooth · SkyTach Use

    Scenes 37-41: Loops and Rolls · Close & Credits · Bonus Material: mCCPM vs. eCCPM · eCCPM Not Pure · eCCPM Not in Sync

    VOLUME 7: Electric Theory and Build (1 hr. 28 min.; 21 scenes)

    SKU: RCM20133

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  • RealFlight 7 Interlink Mode 2

    This is Great Planes RealFlight 7, with an included Interlink Elite Mode 2 Controller. RealFlight has been the best-selling R/C flight sim for over 16 years, and RF7 makes this incredibly realistic sim even better! No two pilots are identical, so RF7 is available in 3 different editions to meet everyone's needs — and it's the only flight simulator that offers this many options. The software is the same, so regardless of the RF7 edition you choose you'll enjoy all of the realism and features that make RealFlight #1. You'll also find updated enhancements such as multi-level Challenges, Heads-Up Display, Training Aids, RealPhysics™ technology, superior graphics and much more.

    The InterLink Elite is incredibly versatile, realistic and easy to use. Manufactured by Futaba, it offers digital trims, QuickSelect convenience that eliminates the mouse and keyboard for software functions — and with 8 channels at your disposal you have direct access to all RealFlight features, with no setup required. Because the controller is dedicated to RF7, you save wear and tear on your transmitter, and no batteries are required to keep the controller charged and ready. Fly with the InterLink Elite, fly with your transmitter using the built-in interface, or use the interface and InterLink simultaneously with the MultiMode feature.

    Here's what you'll find in RF7:

    1.   Over 90 planes to fly!
    2.   Over 30 helicopters!
    3.   More than 40 3D and PhotoField™ flying sites!
    4.   RealPhysics™
    5.   Training Aids
    6.   Virtual Flight Instructors
    7.   Training Challenges
    8.   Multiplayer
    9.   Reset/Rewind
    10.   Many types of aircraft
    11.   Combat events
    12.   TrueLife™ Terrain
    13.   First and third person views
    SKU: GPMZ4512

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  • Rotor Blade Building, Balancing (Volume 6)

    VOLUME 6: ROTOR BLADE BUILDING & BALANCING (1 hr. 45 min.: 25 scenes) includes:
    This disk starts with the core concepts of balance, and outlines four different balancing procedures. With the theory in hand, various places for error in the rotor head are discussed, and different types of corrective weight are shown. Then it’s on to building a perfect set of wooden rotor blades (for beginners), and balancing them to a high degree of precision with little more than common drinking glasses! The balance of the DVD features Carbon Fiber rotor blades (for intermediate/advanced pilots), and three other balancing methods. These use Du-Bro’s Tru-Spin balance, and gradually increase the degree of sophistication, culminating with an Ohuas gram scale and Miniature Aircraft’s Koll Rotor Pro. With the various balancing methods complete, that information is applied to the main rotor balance of a small electric helicopter. Finally, the DVD finishes by showing how to balance all types of tail rotors.
    Scenes 1-9: Introduction · The Core Concepts · Rotor Head Errors · Types of Corrective Blade Weight · Building Wooden Rotor Blades · Classic Spanwise CG Procedure · Correcting Spanwise CG in Wooden Rotor Blades · New Spanwise CG Procedure · Freezing the Rotor Head · Initial Preparation

    Scenes 10-18: Basic Flybar Balancing · Freezing the Rotor Head · Balancing Procedure #1 · Unfinished Blades · Covering Rotor Blades · Balancing Procedure #1 · Finished Blades · Tru-Spin History · Balancing the Rotor Head Itself · Balancing Procedure #2 · Mechanical Gram Scales

    Scenes 19-25: Balancing Procedure #3 · Balancing Procedure #4 · A Look at Stock Carbon Fiber Blades · Electric Heli Head Balance · Raptor 50 Tail Rotor Hub Modification · Balancing Tail Rotors · Series Conclusion

    SKU: SKU20835

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  • Simulator adaptor Futaba square

    For connecting Futaba transmitters FF to a flight simulator
    SKU: RCFS-004

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