The Beast 60E

The Eflite Beast 60E has been around for a little while now and I thought it was time for my quick review of this model from a  UK user and flyer, the first one for me from the Eflite stable, although I am a previous multiple buyer of Hangar 9 models from Horizon Hobby. It is designed for 3D areobatics and the hi-voltage servos and avonics powered directly from a 7.4volt LiPo.


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Club Trainer Goes EP

With the loss of one of our Flair Kite trainer models due to high speed impact with terra firma maybe it was time to look for a good replacement for the well used/abused Kites.  After pondering and reviewing many models I decided that we should have an electric powered trainer for faster turn-over of flights.  Plus we should take advantage of freebie energy and going "Green".  Recharged from our Solar Charging system, therefore refuelling is free.  No oil, glowplugs and prop flicking.


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Boomerang Trainer

Boomerang 40-46

The Boomerang Trainer by Seagull Models features a large wing area and a docile semi-symmetrical wing section.  A great performing RC trainer with original Australian trim - highly visible colours. With it's huge wing area and semi-symmetrical wing section gives the newbie an easy and forgiving flight. In the fuselage the R/C compartment with pre-installed servo tray allows for virtually any make of servo/receiver and battery combination.


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Mustang Dago Red EP

Dago Red

This scale model of the famous air racer Dago Red comes in a "foam version" from various Far East sources but the one I am going to review is imported by Century UK and has 63 inch wingspan. Most likely this is the StarMax 1600 PNP version or possibly the FMS.  Century do state that their version is updated to their specifications, possibly the ESC but else unknown.


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