UNBREAKABLE DIY Rc TRAINER 2.0 Second Test Flight ENDING in a EMERGENCY LANDING

hello welcome to DIY Rc to the 2.0 unbreakable DIY Rc Trainer second test flight where we made one Modification to the tail and added 2 winglets because at the last episode we crashed and tumble the plane because we didn’t have enuff elevator so those 2 winglets are going to help to keep the airflow going towards the elevator instead of failing of the horizontal stabilizer that is hopefully going to help and let’s check that in this test

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100” Big Rc Plane Project EP2 Slope Soaring Test Flight of an FPV Airplane

hello hello everybody welcome to a new episode of how to DIY Rc newest homemade Rc plane DIY of course this is re-build from my twin boomstick into a single boom and one motor just half the weight we just hade the maiden flight this is the second flight where we just going to have some fun and let’s soar and use the dyk for some extra lift ooh we cant see into the sun that’s a problem smooth like

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How to Build a Balsa Glider – 12″ Sandpiper – Part 2

For the fuse, you have to think about sanding in multiple dimensions. Before we sand this, we should mark a couple points on the top of the glider as to where the wings will be and as to where the tail will be. On the very top, we’re going to measure 2 3/4” and draw a line. That will be the leading edge of the wing. And then 2” from there, since that is the chord, we’ll draw another line.

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How to Build a Balsa Glider – 12″ Sandpiper – Part 1

Hey, Guys! Welcome to Nighthawk Gliders! I’m Brad. Today we are going to build the “Sandpiper 12” Glider.” This is a catapult-launch glider; an outstanding glider. And many of you’ve been asking for a “how to” video. This is your video. I’m just going to go thru the basics and let’s build one! We’re going to use #11; I designate these guys. He’s #11 and we’re going to use him as a guide since he is a great flyer. First

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How to Build a Toothpick Biplane Glider

Hey guys! Welcome to Nighthawk Gliders. I’m Brad. Today we’re going to build some toothpick gliders. In this case, a biplane. This is a pretty cool plane and you will be amazed at how well it flies. The materials that you will need are going to be: 3×5 cards, typical notecards. You can choose various colors. You might find fluoresant. And the ones you want to get are lined— that have a rule, such as this. I also found some

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