Flying in high winds? Yes you can with Plantraco's MicroRacers! Check the flags out - it's windy!
Flying at the beach is a great pastime on holidays. Don't leave home without it!
Get ready for some fantastic performance in a 12 gram Micro R/C model kit you can build up and fly by radio control in about an hour. The next several episodes show you exactly how to build the P-51 MicroRacer rc model for indoor flying and outdoor flying in high winds!
By adding a carbon strip between the depron foam we stiffen the fuselage. The fuselage becomes a composite structure in this way. By Episode 15, you'll be flying this RC model.
Prepare the rudder and elevator control surfaces. Hinge, control arms, bevel cuts. Getting this bird ready to fly!
Installing the wing. Adding some dihedral and under camber. Then glue up with foam safe CA.
Installing the Motor and Plantraco Micro9 receiver into the P-51 mustang microracers kit.
Install Plantraco MicroAct Actuators on the MicroRacers P51 Mustang kit. Magnetic actuators do the job of a servo for full proportional control.
Install control rod linkage - z-bends and figure 4 clevises, heat shrink tubing, and carbon fiber rods connect the MicroAct magnetic actuators to their respective control surfaces. This video will de-mystify some of the important bits of Micro R/C flying for you.