Here are a list of tips and tricks for building the S800 FPV wing, and some mods and upgrades using 3D printing parts that are designed by the community to enhance the performance and user experience of the S800.
Here is an overview of the Frsky R9M-Lite module, and we will test the latency and see how it compares to the TBS Crossfire. Both are great 900MHz RC systems for long range and many are hesitating which one to get. With latency being one of the main considerations we hope you find the test useful.
Parallel charging allows you to charge multiple LiPo batteries at once using a single charger. Parallel charging is an effective way to quickly charge the amount of LiPo’s that mini quad pilots use. When you do it properly, it’s not particularly dangerous and actually brings benefits too.
With this 1S brushed motor ESC, you can run a brushed motor directly, and control the speed using PWM signal from a radio receiver. This is a great tool for testing motors of brushed quads and tiny whoops, as well as micro RC planes and boats.
Here is a list of useful and essential tools for building FPV wings and planes: including the many types of glue and tape, materials and spares parts. Some of the stuff are not necessary but will make building and flying wings much easier, enjoyable and reliable.
There are many ways to launch an FPV wing, all with the same goal: to send the aircraft in the air without crashing. In this simple and basic tutorial I will explain my preferred method of launching and landing an FPV wing.
Runcam released a new FPV camera – the Racer 2. Yet, it’s not “just another new camera”, it has some fancy features you might appreciate in future cameras from Runcam.
E6000 is great for building and repairing RC models. whether it’s foam planes and wings, or flexible plastic tiny whoop frames, it just works!
Let’s face it, the first buzzer by ViFLY was a bit premature, and they released a few more revisions in a very short amount of time. I wasn’t a big fan of that so I skipped all of them. But it looks like they have finally settled with the V2 so I will check it out and see what improvements they made.
In this Taranis upgrade mod episode, I will install the back holder and anti-slip pads, as well as replacing the neckstrap hook, switch sleeves and trim buttons.
Thanks to HQ Props for sending me a huge box of props, so I get to try some of their best mini quad propellers. It’s going to take me a while to go through all of them, but I want to test them thoroughly and do my best to comment on which one I like the most and why.