Wings Sim FPV Racing Invite

RCVR is hosting a weekly FPV Racing event and you’re welcome to join us. Here are the details:

Start Time: Wednesday Nights at 1900ET

  1. Download a copy of Wings-sim from https://wings-sim.com The simulator costs $36 and it’s worth every penny if you want to fly FPV in a flight simulator.
  2. Open Wings and click on Multiplayer -> Join -> Event: RC Video Reviews
  3. If you want to chat with other racers, feel free to join the RCVR Discord https://discord.gg/jSFTASU and go to the #Games channel.

You do not have to join Discord to race. You can just use the sim multiplayer function to race, but you’ll be able to interact and keep up-to-date with information about racing during the event if you join Discord.

Happy New Year!

January and February are going to be busy months for the channel as I have two fully equipped FPV planes to finish building and to get them flying. The AR Wing Pro is complete and ready to maiden. It’s actually been done for a few weeks but Covid made it’s way through our house so I had to quarantine for a few weeks.

The AR Wing Pro is setup to travel with the stock Sunnysky 2216 1400Kv motor, 4s 5000mah LiPo, and a Crossfire Nano Receiver. I’m using a standard 5.8ghz VTX and I have the Runcam2 mounted on the top deck for some nice HD footage while flying.

In addition to the AR Wing Pro, I also need to get the Strix Globin in the air. This little hot rod is mostly assembled as of mid-January, but it needs the electronics installed. I’ll be flying this plane with the original PnP Motor – The Cobra 2217 2300Kv with a 6×4 prop and 4s battery. The Goblin also has a Matek F722-WPX Flight Controller and a Radiomaster R161 s.Bus receiver.

Articles

Did you know there are articles right here on the website? Yeah, in addition to the videos on YouTube, I also write supplemental articles for certain products. I just put some material together on the whole Radioking TX18s entry into the multi-protocol OpenTx radio market. Check it out!

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Have you ever noticed RCVideoReviews.com is ad free? I must be the last website on the entire Internet without ads. I can turn ads on with the flick of a switch–believe me, they’re installed and working. I made this decision because I am SO SICK AND TIRED of having ads stuffed in my face everywhere I go. So I’ve opted to take a different approach. I’ve recently added affiliate links and opened a Patreon.com account.

You can help keep rcvideoreviews.com ad free by joining me on Patreon and using my affiliate links. If I can generate enough income from alternative channels, I would even turn ads off on the YouTube videos–ALL OF THEM, but that can only happen by developing revenue streams outside of YouTube. If you are willing to help, keep reading.

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OpenTx Snippets are a new series for 2021. These videos are intended to be short and focused on answering the most common questions I receive on OpenTx. In this OpenTx Snippet I'll show you how to Reverse a Servo. The phrase "reverse a servo" is actually a misnomer, but I used it because I felt this would be the phrase most people would use when they wanted to know how to reverse the pulse width output sent to a receiver on a given channel. Any device connected to the channel on which you reverse the output will see the pulse width reversed. This process is not strictly limited to servos. RCVR CHANNEL LINKS ► Support the work I do here on Patreon: https://patreon.com/rcvideoreviews ► RC Video Reviews Website: http://rcvideoreviews.com ► Discord - Hang out with the RCVR Crew: https://discord.gg/jSFTASU ► RC Pilot T-Shirts! https://teespring.com/stores/rcvideoreviews AFFILIATE LINKS ► Amazon Affiliate: https://amzn.to/3lEz5ZL ► Banggood Affiliate: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/3DDRJ4cBuV #RCVideoReviews #opentx