"The Dynam Waco YMF-5 is a classic open cockpit biplane. It has excellent handling capabilities on both low and high speed. The stock power system provides plenty of power to do aerobatics such as vertical climbs, turning somersaults, flying upside down and so on." (from Dynam site)
This biplane is a 50 inch wingspan, 4 cell, semi-scale version of the 1986 design roughly based on the YMF, built by WACO Classic Aircraft. While not a 3-D aircraft by any means, will do all the barnstorming tricks that the original would. It features a dual cockpit and a scale decal set. Include your own 6 channel receiver and you'll be ready to go in no time.
Any size EDF Ducted Fan or Turbine powered aircraft welcome. Campers welcome, but no power or water hookups. Pilot fee $35, includes pilot dinner. Additional dinner available at $8.50. Event is "Rain or Shine".
CD Keith Alexander
All aircraft OK, 2.4 only. 150’ x 1200' grass runway, sun at your back, covered pavilion. Raffle and door prizes. $20 landing fee. Pilots meeting 9am. Dry camping by reservation, no hookups. Contact John Mellis for reservations/info @ 803-829-4242.@9am flying until 5pm .
Event Contact: John Landolfi
Come out and fly with us. We have a 600 x 100 ft Bermuda grass runway and power for e-flyers. Gates open @ 8am, lunch from Noon until the food runs out. $15 Pilots, $5 Spectators. For more info or call Tom @ 864-804-0035 or Darrel @ 864-423-3065.
"The Waco 'F' series of biplanes supplanted and then replaced the earlier 'O' series of 1927/33. The 'F' series had an airframe which was smaller and about 450 pounds (200 kg) lighter than the 'O' series, while continuing to provide accommodation for three persons in tandem open cockpits. A similar performance to the earlier model was obtained on the power of smaller and more economical engines.
1986 design roughly based on the YMF, built by WACO Classic Aircraft"
Check out the site (click the title above) for more information.
Come join us for some fun in the sunny skies of South Carolina. 20 dollars for pilot admission (meal included). Non-pilots may purchase lunch for 10 dollars that includes grilled meat, baked beans, soda and chips. Visitors welcome. Limited parking for RV's. Overnight camping OK for Friday night. No power or water hookups. No turbines. Registration starts at 0830.
Prizes for flyers and raffle for all attendees.
CD Walt Senour 912-223-0201
Factory installed LED and LED Driver (2017 and newer)
Powerful 3720 TomCat brushless (650kv) outrunner brushless power system
40A TomCat Brushless ESC with Switch-Mode BEC with XT60
Durable and lightweight EPO construction with many surface details
Excellent Flight Performance
Detailed Body Structure
Makes a great 2nd airplane
Suitable for both, advance beginners, intermediate and experienced pilots.
"The week of January 13, the Government Affairs team traveled to Washington, DC to address AMA’s concerns with the proposed Remote ID rule. AMA met with multiple congressional offices to discuss the impact the proposed rule would have on all aspects of the hobby. We were able to share our community’s concerns regarding the NPRM and gained support from many on Capitol Hill."
Doyle sent me to the Grayson Hobby store near Atlanta. They have a small store front but a busy mail order section. If you are looking for racing drones or any of the available Dynam planes, like the Waco (available in red or yellow), this month's Plane of the Month for January. This is the place to go. Talk to Will. Very helpful.