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  • Posted on July 16th, 2013 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    Bigger, badder, and ready for the flight line – Aerobeez’ 30% 50cc Slick 540 graced the bench at 2 Brothers this spring and has been full of surprises. Good surprises, like when you find twenty bucks in the dryer. Check...
  • Posted on May 29th, 2013 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    The latest fixed-wing offering from Ares RC is the mighty little Tiger Moth 75 semi-scale biplane. This itty-bitty 3-channel Nano-Micro has some pretty cool innovations, including the ability to field strip it due to the clever use of rare-earth magnets....
  • Posted on April 23rd, 2013 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    Being a WWI airplane nut, Rob was all too happy to have the ParkZone™ Albatros DV.a on the bench! Amazing scale details on this foam creation make it a real eye catcher, but as we all know – looks can...
  • Posted on April 22nd, 2013 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    Releasing a new coaxial helicopter into the market and hoping for success is no small feat. Not only does it have to be an excellent flyer, it also has to offer some real incentive to entice current coaxial owners. IFT’s...
  • Posted on April 13th, 2013 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    A legendary bush plane, the de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver is very well known among full-scale and RC enthusiasts alike for it’s rugged and stable nature. Kurt and Rob take Flyzone’s Select Scale DHC-2 Beaver for a splash at the local...
  • Posted on March 26th, 2013 by Kurt Gornek
    Join us as we take a look at the “toy helicopter killer” – the Ares Chronos CX 75.  For under 40 bucks, is it possible to have true hobby flight performance and benefits?  Watch our coverage and find out for...
  • Posted on March 21st, 2013 by Kurt Gornek
    Tower Hobbies sent over their EP F4U Corsair model in Rx-R configuration for testing. You’ll spend more time watching the review than you will assembling the model, so check out the videos and see if the Tower Hobbies F4U Corsair...
  • Posted on March 9th, 2013 by Kurt Gornek
    The Raptor name is steeped in RC helicopter history. With a change in North American distribution and the release of a fresh wave of new helicopters, Thunder Tiger is once again making a strong push in the competition heli market....
  • Posted on February 20th, 2013 by Kurt Gornek
    SAB Heli Division’s Goblin helicopters entered the scene in a big way last year. Not only did they appear with a comprehensive, competition-class platform but they also introduced their own innovations like a unique drive transmission and structural tail booms....
  • Posted on February 20th, 2013 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    Let’s say it’s the month after Christmas, and you’ve been trying to fly your new present. You’re not having much luck because even though it looks easy, you just keep on crashing. You’ve gone down to the hobby shop and...