Our friends at Model Aviation sent us over a spotlight article on one of our favorite Jeti pilots. Enjoy!
Introducing a custom built, 122” (3100mm), 50 lbs. (22.7kg) super scale, scratch built Hawker Hurricane IIC by David P Anderson.
This amazing model features scale cockpit, scale lights, scale sound system and scale retractable landing gear.
Powered by Esprit Elite E105/30-125 brushless motor, Jeti Spin 200 ESC and 14S 10,000mAh battery pack.
X-Plus Hotliner, X-Plus Pylon Racer both with Mezon Pro 80 and DS-12 Yellow/Black!!!
Have you visited the Jeti Model? Well our good friends Manny and Danny had the opportunity to see inside and hang out with our friends at Jeti this week on their trip to the Czech Republic.
Amazon lover? So are we. Get all your Jeti USA needs fulfilled from our Amazon store, which is also getting a fresh new look!
Late night programming question? Something weird happening at the field? We can help – but it doesn’t mean you have to wait until the next work day for help. Reach out on the RC Groups Jeti Radio forum. Not only are our techs browsing and answering questions, you may just run into someone with the same experience as you!
We are always happy to see the photos of your beautiful aircraft. Take a look at the breathtaking models from Rafael.
The first is a 105.5″ Slick 580 EXP and the second is an Edge 540 Demonstrator. Both airframes are equip with a Jeti Central Box 200, Desert Aircraft 120, MKS X8 HBL 380 servos and are controlled with the brand new Jeti DS-24.
Good looking machines Rafael!
There are many loves in this hobby, and sometimes companies do not make it easy to intermingle them. That fact did not stop one RC enthusiast who goes by the name rotortalk on phantompilots.com. Rotortalk decided to outfit a Phantom 2 V2 to work wirelessly on the Jeti DC-24.
Sometimes its nice to fly off-grid so I decided to reprise my Phantom 2s with Hero 4 camera and H4-3D gimbals. The challenge was to get this working with an HD digital video feed, OSD and either Jeti or FrSky radio using PPM – wirelessly (no trainer jack lead to Tx). Took a bit of figuring out.
Click the link below to see just how he figured it out!