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How do I Set-Up a 72Mhz Radio with its 72 mhz Receiver?

Channel 1 Ailerons, Channel 2 Elevator, Channel 3 Speed control, Channel 4 Rudder. Make sure polarity is hooked up properly. Black wire to negative terminal. White wires on all servo plugs should face up toward top of receiver.

How do I Set-Up (bind) a 2.4 ghz Radio with its 2.4 Ghz Receiver?

1) Make sure radio is off, and that the battery is un-plugged from the plane.
2) Click in the binding mode button on lower left side of Radio (transmitter).
3) Insert Binding plug into battery channel (labeled "BATT") on receiver.
4) Turn the Radio on and connect the battery to the rc vehicle.
5) Un-click the binding mode button on the radio (so its in the out position)
6) Now pull out binding plug from the receiver. You should be now have successfully bound your 2.4 ghz rc radio

How do I get best Radio Range?

In order to achieve maximum range on radio please do the following. 1) Make sure to use fresh batteries. 2) Do not fly near power lines . 3) 72mhz radios only, extend metal antenna all the way. On the 2.4 ghz Radio not needed.

What conditions can I fly my plane in?

Avoid flying in windy conditions that have more than 5-7 mph winds. This can cause your aircraft to lose control and crash.

How do I do Servo Reversing?

All radios have servo reversing. Reversing the servos can be done by removing sticker from lower frontal portion on radio. This is only needed when using our radio with another plane.

How do I Fix the plane after a crash?

The best way to fix your plane is with a 2 part 5 minute Epoxy. Epoxy is strong enough to fix any foam part on the plane. Do not use CA glue(crazy glue type) ! it will melt foam.

Plane has decreased power, why?

This can happen from the following reasons. 1) Motor shaft bent due to frontal crash 2) Prop damaged 3) Battery damaged from over charging. 4) Any added weight to plane. 5) Lipoly battery left in the rc vehicle for extended periods of time.

Servo doesn’t work?

Servo can easily be damaged due to a crash. Servo has tiny teeth inside that can break. Plug broken servo into another channel on receiver to make sure the channel on Receiver has not gone bad.

RC Planes, Remote Control Helicopters & More RC Toys!

ParkFlyers RC manufactures hobby grade quality remote controlled electric RC airplanes and high quality remote control helicopters. We use the latest in electronic toy technology - 4 CH 2.4ghz radio systems, high frequency mosfet speed controllers, high powered and efficient brushless motors systems, and interlocking modular airframe designs – to provide you with the latest and best features in RC planes and toys in todays market.

For the beginner looking for quality rc airplanes, our RTF aircrafts are ideal because they feature:
  • Easy access to all the electronic components
  • Open access design for all RC planes & helis
  • Separated electronics that are not integrated into cheap ALL In ONE parts
  • Pre-wiring (no guess work with the electrical connections)
  • All Planes are Pre Painted and fully decorated (no tedious painting needed before flying)
  • 100% full quality control at each step of manufacturing process. QC Card included in all kits

We offer Novice/Beginner RC aircrafts as well as Intermediate and advanced 3D RC airplanes and electric RC helicopters at Parkflyers RC. All of our RC RTF airplanes come ready to fly and are all inclusive, featuring hobby grade RC components that can be reused in most all speed 400 class RC aircraft applications. All the electronic components of our RC planes and products are pre-installed from the factory. There is no guess work or delay in getting your RC plane out of the box and into the air.

RC Airplanes: Electric v. Nitro Aircrafts

At Parkflyers RC, “Electric Ready to Fly RC Airplanes and RC Helicopters” is our mantra. With electric RC airplanes, you avoid the bigger costs and dangers associated with nitro-powered RC planes. Additionally, with electric RC airplanes and remote control helicopters, you get a safe and environmentally clean way to have RC fun. Neither AMA membership cards nor RC flight insurance are needed to use our electric powered RC planes; also, you are able to fly within most parks around the country without a permit. Essentially all you need to fly our RC planes is an open field.

RC airplanes that are electrically powered have several advantages over nitro RC planes.. They are clean running, make very little noise and are easier to operate than Nitro RC airplanes. Electric aircrafts don’t require messy fuel, glow plugs or engine adjustments. Just charge your batteries, connect the wires properly and your electric RC plane will work without hassle.

Remote Control Helicopters

ParkFlyers brand new RC Helicopters division has the latest in 3 and 4 channel micro helicopters. These remote control helicopters feature the easy-to-fly, dual rotor helicopters that almost anyone can successfully navigate. Because all of our RC controlled helicopters have built in Gyroscopes, even the 1st time flyer will be able to hover them with ease. Some of our RC RTF Helis comes with USB chargers that help speed up charge times. All of our remote control helicopters are electric and 100% environmentally friendly. That means no dangerous nitro gas fumes!

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