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There are dates scheduled with each night open to anyone with an AMA membership or affiliated with a Registered Student Organization (RSO). The facility will be closed to other activities so flying can take over the entire facility (Expectations will be clearly defined with the staff). We may still have to contend with track equipment on the floor but at least we will not have to worry about people in the facility.

Fall 2017 Armory Track UAV Rules & Regulations.pdf

As the RC hobby continues to grow with off the shelf ready to fly equipment and the Champaign County R/C Club's effort to safely incorporate new forms of the hobby while educating anyone with an interest in the hobby I felt having some guidelines as I see them on our website.
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Here's what I'm working on presently. Can't have enough pylon planes, right!?

This is an Advanced Pylon Products Sweet 1 Q40 (Quarter 40) pylon racer. I'm using a Jett brand QM 40 engine (made by Dub Jett in Texas). Comes with a fiberglass fuselage with some carbon fiber reinforcement, molded hollow wing and horizontal tail surfaces, belly pan, engine cover and modest hardware package. I'll probably paint the fuselage, but just use some vinyl graphics on the wing...
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I was perusing the internet forums on RC Groups recently and came across this thread containing various links to discussions regarding LiPo storage practices, dead LiPo revival, etc. The topics therein are relevant to my recent presentation. I thought some of you may find this information helpful and interesting.




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Someone has got a great idea on how to teach our kids about business, marketing and manufacturing with a model airplane kit at its heart.

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Our flying field is the Former Champaign Municipal Landfill which was operated as a municipal solid waste landfill from approximately 1955 to 1975. As an AMA chartered Club our goal is to provide a forum for club members to exchange ideas and benefit from each others experiences with the hobby of building and the sport of flying radio controlled model aircraft. We are committed to promoting the enjoyment of safe R/C flying in accordance with AMA and Champaign County Radio Control Club rules and guidelines.

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