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Carisma rc I thought Carisma’s Coyote looked like a pretty cool scaler when it was announced, and now I’ve got one for review and it’s a nicely built rig. I’m digging it into it for the RC Car Action review, hit me up in the comments with any questions. If you’re already primed to add a Coyote to your fleet, hit up your favorite hobby store–the trucks are shipping now from HRP in the USA. International readers, you can get where-to-buy info here.
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redcat racing gen8 The most anticipated vehicle release from Redcat Racing of all time has to be the Gen8 International Scout II. When the Redcat Racing crew announced the upcoming release of the Gen8, the scale crawler world was taken back. Banking on the success of the Gen 7, Redcat listened to the fans and made substantial changes to the Gen8; and by substantial we mean a whole renovation if you will. So, will the Gen8 live up to all its hype? Well keep reading because the full Big Squid RC Gen8 review starts now!
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hoappmodel mobula 7

I am really looking to receiving the Happymodel Mobula7 “Power Whoop”, The Winter in the UK makes flying FPV quite hard for a number of reasons (not only the cold weather but also the wind rain and snow), I can’t wait to get more stick time with one of this new breed of Power Whoops.

This year however instead of their trusty 1s brushed they have had for the last few years, they now have a totally different set of beasts available to them:

2s Brushless Whoops, lovingly called “Power Whoops”.

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emax tinyhawk

Emax is an FPV company that need no introduction. Since dominating races in 2016 with their original Red Bottom motors they have moved on to design some incredible BNF quads such as the Hawk 5 and Babyhawk models. The Tinyhawk is Emax's take on the TinyWhoop where they have literally turned the idea upside down and created something from the ground up.

Let's get into Tinyhawk Review and Flight Test:

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betafpv 75x This was my first adventure into the world of 2s whoops, and the Beta 75x did not disappoint! I was immediately happier with the box it showed up in. I know it seems small, but if you've ever received a half smashed drone box in the mail, you will be happier with the box as it is much sturdier. The Quad came with a single Betafpv 2s 350Mah battery and an extra set of propellers. I would highly recommend purchasing extra batteries with this thing; who can get by with just one battery? The frame is nice and sturdy and has already held up to a few good hits. 
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funfly

GensTattu recently launched a new product line, called “FunFly”. Unlike the “R-Line”, it is available only in 4S version and with two capacities. Both, FunFly 1300mAh and FunFly 1550mAh are 100C rated. In the past, we already reviewed the couple of Tattu LiPos, including the R-Line HV 1550mAh 100C and now it’s time to have a closer look at the new Fun Fly series.

GensAce claims that their new Tattu Funfly series was specifically designed for daily training and freestyle, which requires medium performance. In order to allow long service time (many charging cycles) it has standard LiPo cells (~3.7V) not high voltage ones (~3.85V) ones.

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best tiny whoop

Winter is coming now, do you ready to eat fly indoor Tiny whoop? Here is an overview of some of the best Tiny Whoops we have right now in the market. When talking about Tiny Whoops we generally mean those tiny little FPV drones that have ducts around the propellers. They are tons of fun to fly in the house especially on rainy days and winter.

The Types of Tiny Whoop

There are two major categories in tiny whoops.

Brushed or Brushless

“Brushed” and “Brushless” are the types of motors used in a quadcopter. As an over-simplified summary:


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ARRMA Notoriuos 6S Stunt Truck

ARRMA announced the Notorious 6S Stunt Truck a few weeks ago and now it is finally available. Being similar to its brother Outcast, it was specifically designed to please your bashing needs. Flips, wheelies, and giant airtime are in its genes, but is it really a worthy machine for extreme bashing? Read on to find out…

From: ARRMA RC
Direct Link: Notorious 6S BLX Stunt Truck

Review By: Thomas a.k.a. Tommy Chong
Pictures By: also Thomas, what a coincidence…

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gens ace 6000 2s

Back when NiMH and NiCad ruled the battery market, you knew what kind of cells you were buying. Sanyo and Panasonic were the two main cell manufacturers, and anyone selling batteries obtained them from those two sources. NiMH and NiCad had characteristics that you could use to your advantage or disadvantage, but you knew what you were getting.

LiPo batteries have changed the market, often for the better but sometimes, not so much. Their run time, power, and price have all been great for the hobby, but a drawback is that you don't know who made the cells inside that black case. This isn't necessarily terrible, but as a consumer, I'd like to know who makes what I'm buying- mostly because if the battery isn't good, I don't want to buy it again from a different company that has only rebranded it.

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BATTERY TESTING  

So this weekend we were in Otterville for the O Town cup series race #1 this is the kick off to our outdoor season and mother nature was not on board.

I was given the opportunity to test out the new RS spec batteries from Gensace. So to make things fair I wanted to get a baseline on my current Gensace 7200mah 70c battery. I am very familiar with this battery since I have been running it for the last 2 years with no issues so to say the least I was very excited to be picked to try out the new RS spec.

 So the vehicle of choice was a TLR SCTE 3.0 with a tekin gen3 esc and 4600kv motor mated with a savox 1258 black edition servo. 
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