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Old 01-21-2010, 01:57 PM
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Please have a listen to our brand new RC Aerobatic Podcasts at www.RCpodcast.com .

If you want to be a better RC airplane pilot and would love to hear the secrets of top world champions in short concise interviews, our first two shows are available and we think they deliver. We interview Dave Patrick, former TOC contestant, team scale champion, designer and VP of Carl Goldberg models and president of Dave Patrick Models. Dave shares with us his best kept secrets on setting up, trimming and mixing aerobatic planes for top notch performance. You can listen to our shows directly from www.RCpodcast.com or you can subscribe there to our shows and get them automatically as they are broadcast for free! So please take a few minutes and have a listen.

We currently have two shows that you can listen to. One show is called "RC Aerobatics Podcast" and the other is "RC Quicktips Podcast". We know your time is valuable so we get right down to business and give you the information you want in short, information filled segments. The "RC Aerobatics Podcast" is a concise (under 30 minutes) interview full of personal setup and maneuver tips by the worlds top aerobatic pilots . Perfect for that drive to work, your walk or workout. We discuss 3D, Pattern and IMAC radio controlled aerobatics.Our goal is simply to bring to you secrets from the best of the best RC pilots to help make you a better pilot.

The "RC Quicktips Podcast" is a short tip uniquely pulled from extra material from our full interviews. If you are super busy and want to hear only one good tip, this is the show to listen to. I also plan to have a third show called "RC Electronics Tips Podcast". In this show I will try to clear the fog on all the rc electronics terminology and show you how to properly use all your RC electronics. From batteries, meters to ESC's we will clear up all of your most advanced electronics questions in everyday language.

You can subscribe to the shows individually or we also have a subscription feed called "All the Shows @ RCpodcasts.com" that lets you subscribe to all our shows as they are broadcast. Check out the about section of www.RCpodcast.com to learn all about podcasts and how to subscribe to our free shows. In a nutshell we are available in the iTunes store, or via email subsciption, Google, Yahoo, AOL, Facebook, Twitter and many many more ways to automatically get notified of future shows.


The most important thing is that this show is designed just for you. We really want to answer all the questions that you have to the extent that you can even be on our show! We have set up a special RCpodcast.com telephone line for you to leave your questions. You can call in and leave your message. You can even make changes by simply hitting the # key on your phone when done. So please don't be shy, call in your questions today. We need your questions. If you stutter, don't worry, we can fix it. The phone number is (206) 666-6652 If you would rather type in your question please leave it here at http://www.rcpodcast.com/contact-us/ or post it in this forum.

Help us spread the word so we can attract and keep bringing you tips from the best pilots in the world.
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We started another new podcast show to add to the collection at www.RCpodcast.com . It is called the RC Electronics Tips Podcast. This show will feature a short quick tip designed to help you understand the electronics knowledge you need for RC. We discuss batteries, speed controllers, metering equipment and more so you can get the most out of your equipment.

The first show turned out a little longer than they will normally be, but the attempt was to lay down a foundation for future shows. A intuitive definition of DC Volts, Amps, Ohms and Watts is presented in show #1.

Have a listen and please subscribe to the show if you like it. We also have a special feed that combines this all the other aerobatics tip shows.

I hope to have one RCET episode per week. If you have any questions please leave them here or on our site www.RCpodcast.com You can also call our RCpodcast hotline (206) 666-6652 and leave your question as a voicemail that could be aired on our show.

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We interviewed Mike McConville on everything from Ultra_micro planes to Giant Scale. Have a FREE listen to our podcast as Mike shares his tips to make you a better pilot.



Go to www.RCpodcast.com



We also interviewed Dave Patrick in an earlier show.



Please listen to the show and leave your comments and questions here.
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Default RE: RCpodcast.com - New RC Aerobatics Podcast - Listen!

George Hicks Shares the Secrets of Harrier Setup



Hey guys, we have a new podcast show up.

Our guest and dear friend, George Hicks, takes on a listener question from Bill Lairsey in Portland Maine. Bill asks for some setup techniques to minimize wing rock during harrier maneuvers. George answers the question and shows us how setup and several other key factors are critically linked to producing amazing harrier and elevator maneuvers.

George describes the proper way to perform the maneuvers, radio setup, airplane design attributes and flying techniques that will help you perform harrier maneuvers just like the pros

Check it out and all our previous shows at www.RCPodcast.com

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