Pilot's Handbook :
Basic to Advanced Flying Techniques
from the Pros
Getting Started in Radio Control Airplanes
The most comprehensive and up-to-date book answers all of the
beginning hobbyist's questions about building and flying remote control
airplanes. Step-by-step techniques and are illustrated with a wealth of
photography and cover all the basics, from choosing and building a first
model to covering and finishing it, understanding and installing glow
engines, flight basics, and much more.
R/C Airplane Building Techniques
Radio Controlled Helicopters
In this updated edition, the author provides a guide for
newcomers and others interested in new developments in the design and
manufacture of radio controlled helicopters. This handy book offers all
the essential information and fact you need to make the right decisions,
taking you through all the stages-from the choice of model and radio to
your first flights and finally to basic aerobatics. Contents include:
Advantages of flying helicopters. Where Do I begin? Choosing the model.
All about engines. Radio systems. Finding your flying sites. Accessories
and training aides. Building the model. Installing the radio. Setting up
the model. Before your first flights. The day arrives. Hovering,
circuits & simple aerobatics. Routine maintenance. After the crash.
This companion to Don Ross's immensely popular Rubber Powered Model
Airplanes now opens the world of Electric Power, CO 2, Micro R/C, and
even Compressed Air to beginner and expert alike.
With explanations and graphics that break complex
processes into simple steps, anyone can become a better than average
builder, flyer, and competitor. This book will lead you from simple
tools and techniques right through to "state of the art"
materials that will enhance your model's appearance and increase flight
time 25% to 40% or more!
Covering R/C Airplanes
(R/C Encyclopedia Series)
Radio Control Aerobatics for Everyone
Radio Control Nitro Basics
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