Thunder Tiger YAK 54 3D ARF REVIEW [No. 4349-K20-03 Red/White/Black/Silver] By: Barry Yarkon About the author: A member/webmaster of the Rockland County Radio Control Club (RCRCC) and the Hudson Valley Radio Control Club (HVRCC), both in New York, Barry Yarkon is a previous contributor to Sport Aviator. Can a relative newcomer successfully step up to [...]
The Mentor-G by Maxford USA has to be one of the best all-round Basic Trainers available. It might just also be the best airplane to introduce RC flying to the public. Its slow flight is excellent, its initial and operating costs are low while it can be exciting to fly if pushed. Join us as Sport Aviator tests a very unique Basic Trainer.
There are many Thousands of great RC instructors who keep our sport alive. And there about as many valid instructor techniques as well. Maybe more. But here is how pro instructor Dave Scott, competition pilot and the founder of a very successful RC school, has taught over a thousand students to fly RC in less than 10 days each.
Two airplanes in one RTF teach the pilot to fly and then moves on to aerobatics with a few minutes of wing remounting. The FlyZone Switch is a new concept and performs well. Join radio host Ralph Squillace as he teats both Switch versions and opens the RC world to his Dad.