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RCPowers.comClick To Visit SiteI want to fly some cool RC jets but I’m not sure what to get? We aren’t sure what to fly either which is why we bring 5 to the field. People are always surprised when we pull out our planes and toss one in the air. They always ask, “Where did you get that?” We tell them we made them and they have a hard time believing us. Why pay big bucks for a store bought RC plane that’s just going to break and they won’t even sell you parts to fix it? Why not build your own RC planes for pennies on the dollar like we do? We have the PDF plans, Instructional Guides, and even a Simulator to do it all from home in a couple evenings.

Thousands of guys around the world have built, flown and recommended our V2 parkjets and have been asking us if we were ever coming out with a V3 series. Thank you everyone for all the support over the years and now we are officially announcing the arrival of the V3’s. The new V3 Complete Package includes 5 world class parkjet PDFs, Instructional Guides, and their own Simulator. Yes, their own full Simulator that requires no downloading, no CDs, because it’s the first of its kind. It plays from your browser. The RCPowers V3 Complete Package is a solid generation ahead of the V2’s and they bring with them a few surprises. You’ve got to see this, but please allow me to provide a little context first:

I’ve been flying RC planes since 1992 and have been in the RC business since 2005. I use to fly ready made store bought planes but just got so tired of the high costs, long repair times, and continuous problems we all had with them. It became more of a hassle than a hobby. So, I joined the foamie revolution and started building my own planes with a small team here. We converted some of our best planes to PDF plans so we could share them with others. If you search “RCPowers” on YouTube you will find hundreds of videos of guys out there just like you who have built and flown our planes over the years. We have been very fortunate that so many people like our designs, but a few problems started to emerge…

With so many intelligent designers all over the world joining scratchbuilding our once cutting edge V2’s started to be passed up. Even the store bought planes were finally getting out some good rival jets. We also saw on the Forum that guys were having some issues with our V2’s themselves. They were super stable with their larger size, but a bit awkward to pack in the trunk. And for so many of us (myself included at times) doing the “side toss” on some models was a bit tricky under stress. Plus, even with our V2 package that… Read more…

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