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    Posted: 14 Nov 2010 at 12:16pm
Here are some ideas for future shows tha I think about. Perhaps you can use them or add to them. Thanks for great stuff
 
Wayne
 
  1. Radio’s
    1. 2.5 vs 72mhz
    2. What is binding

i.      How many planes can you bind to a radio

ii.      What are the rules to bind

    1. Batteries
    2. Distance
    3. Makes and models

i.      Advantages and dis-advantages

  1. Foam planes vs Balsa Planes
    1. Types of coverings
    2. Types of glues
    3. Methods of assembly
  2. AMA
    1. What you get for joining
    2. How to make claims
    3. What can be claimed
    4. Why belong
  3. Engines
    1. Gas vs Electric

i.      Gas or “nitro”

ii.      Sizes and how they work

iii.      4 stroke vs 2 stroke why would you choose.

iv.      Add ons to engine for performance, ie “Pipes”

    1. Size of electrics

i.      Speed controls and how to match

ii.      Batteries and types to use and buy

iii.      Freelance engine to your application

  1. Method of flying
    1. EDF jets
    2. Prop Planes
    3. Sailplanes

i.      Method of launch

1.      Hand

2.      Rubber band

3.      Tow

    1. Control Line
  1. Manufacturers of planes
    1. Speak of websites that sale planes
    2. All there offerings and support
    3. Price points
  1. Finally
    1. What you want from the hobby
    2. Commitment of money and what you get for what you are willing to pay for.
    3. Clubs and expectations
    4. Flying by yourself at schools or community properties and legal ramifications.
  1. Websites
    1. That give instruction on flying
    2. Purchase planes and parts
    3. Forums for talk and ideas
    4. Legal points of view
  1. Two very good websites that can give help, ideas or just good watching enjoyment. I would also try to get hem on your show..
    1. http://www.rcpowers.com/

i.      His You Tube instructional video’s are awesome

  ii.      With his teaching and experimental ways of going about things this guy should work for NASA.

iii.      I think Dave Powers would make for a great interview and discussion some night on the Podcast.

    1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8x-gRguW9U

i.      You Tube website of Mike Neff

1.      http://www.planedomain.net/member.php?111-Neffwaffe

2.      Website of Mike and some info

ii.      Mike is a pilot for US Air and flies A-320

iii.      He lives in AZ

iv.      He builds incredible EDF Airliners  and flies them quite well.

v.      He built a plane that tows a sailplane.

  vi.      Mike would be awesome for you to interview about what he does and how he does it.

vii.      His techniques have to be awesome for model building and could really help us in our own building.

  viii.      Last, he may be hard to get in contact with though. If you could, I am sure it would be worth it.

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All great suggestions Wayne, We will do our best to cover all of these topics!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Ghost In The Shell Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Dec 2010 at 9:27am
well i see "airshow" as *air*waves, so some stuff about surface RC, can we also have coverage from european events please
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I would be interested in listening to an episode with part of that time designated for discussions on all things FPV. 

It is a tender subject for many AMA pilots, but whether you like it or not, it is a fast growing segment of our hobby that is not always given a fair, unbiased venue for discussion... Especially since the whole FPV NYC flight.) 

Two persons I think would bring a wealth of information to discuss, would be Sentry (founder of FPVLabs, and local to Atlanta) and IBCrazy (he makes the best antenna's on the market, and a large portion of FPV'ers source their antennas through him).

Topics could include:
-Safe FPV procedures for safe flying.
-Equipment needed.
-Airframe suggestions (wing/easy star/sky walker), and pro's and con's for each design
-How to optimize your system for best picture and range.
-Possible FAA regulation.


Keep up the great work fellas; you all are doing a wonderful thing for our hobby by broadcasting this show.  Thank you for all your effort!

Bradley B




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Who is this Pecan Patch Guy?
This is how we roll Down at the Pecan Patch...
Get in, sit down, shut up, and Hang On! Wink
 
 
 
We do FPV Right!
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