Tag Archives: rtf

  • Posted on May 16th, 2014 by Kurt Gornek
      Growing with your micro is truly an option with Ares’ Taylorcraft 130. Start off light and easy with a 3 channel setup and geared 130 motor, then crank up the action with a clipped wing, brushless motor and a...
  • Posted on March 21st, 2014 by 2 Brothers Hobby
    Join us as we take a close look at Ares RC’s break-through to the scale warbird park flyer market in our review of the P-51D Mustang 350!   Intro and Flight Footage 5X5 Review Scoring   Summary P-51 Mustangs are...
  • Posted on February 13th, 2014 by Kurt Gornek
    Learn how to quickly assemble your new Ares RC P-51D Mustang 350 in this assembly video. Available in RTF and RFR versions, you’ll spend more time flying and less time on the bench. The Ares P-51D Mustang 350 is recommended...
  • Posted on October 9th, 2013 by Kurt Gornek
    The Ares™ [air-eez] Taylorcraft 130 is a scale model of Clarence Taylor’s classic 1936 design that offers stability perfect for first-time pilots and capable flight performance experienced pilots will enjoy. The lightweight, durable foam construction and ultra-micro size make it...
  • 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 September 10th, 2012 by Rob Gornek
    Electric powered gliders offer a completely different experience for RC pilots. Graceful, sweeping aerobatics, extremely long flight times, and virtually silent operation make smaller models park-friendly while larger sailplanes can add new excitement to mountain passes and soaring ocean cliffs....