*NEW* TBRC HD OSD V1
Introducing the NEW! TBRC DJI and HDZero compatible OSD board. It displays average cell voltage, total pack voltage, and a timer. At 3.7 volts per cell a "low battery" warning is shown, and at 3.5 volts per cell a "land now" message is shown. Basic OSD has never been available for those of us who fly HD systems on fixed wing aircraft without a full blown flight controller. No programming, or flashing or connecting to a computer is necessary. It can be installed in the field as easily as you'd install a propeller. Simply plug the board in between your flight pack and ESC/PDB and connect the included data lead to the HD video transmitter. If you're running an air unit or HDZero Freestyle VTX, no soldering is required. The board can operate on anything from 2S to 8S, thanks to an internal voltage regulator always feeding no more than 10v to your VTX. Unfortunately, due to limitations with how the DJI system deals with total battery voltage, a voltage above 25.5v cannot be displayed. We have disabled the main pack voltage element when the input is above 25.5v to avoid confusion. The average cell voltage element will continue to function correctly above 25.5v.
All our planes are now made with our brand new and unique HEPP foam. This #Superfoam allows your plane to take much more of a beating and still keep on flying. If you're tired of constantly repairing your plane then this new foam is for you. You haven't seen a foam like this before!
Fly more, Fix less.
TBRC SOS ( Son Of A Spec )
TBRC Wings is now manufacturing a "micro spec wing" based off our ever popular FPVWRA approved spec wing. This mini wing is a scaled down ( 60% ) Spec wing made and made from our extremely durable #superfoam. The SOS has a total wing span of 600mm or 22" and fits nicely into the sub 250 gram category. Despite it's small size it packs a heck of a lot of performance in both speed and handling which will surely put a smile on your face. We hope to see many of you on the race tracks in the micro class soon.
TBRC SOS Son Of A Spec Build Manual
TBRC Warlock Build Manual
Improvements and upgrades to the TBRC Warlock V2. Now manufactured using a fully symmetrical airfoil.
From concept to 3D render to a flying prototype this project has been a long time coming but so worth it. There are many options with this bird, twin motor tractor, single motor pusher or go all out and run three motors on it. It can be built as a slow cruiser or a super fast performance plane. The compound wing design is composed of three wing panels, the central panel has a untapered chord 12" wide, the wing tips are forward swept and tapered 15" wide offering surreal stability with a total wingspan of 42". The new airfoil makes the Warlock V2 very sporty and aerobatic if that is your flying style. It remains so stable and controllable at low speeds also which means it can be flown quite efficiently for longer flight times.
Smooth and Fast was the design criteria for this wicked airframe.
What is the point of reaching 140 mph if it's not a smooth and pleasurable ride? The Villain was designed to be fast on the track and hold lines in tight turns. The ruler of the race track. The ultimate head turner.
CUSTOM VINYL WRAP NOT INCLUDED
TBRC Villain Build Manual
CUSTOM VINYL WRAP NOT INCLUDED
TBRC Wings is now producing a spec wing for the FPVWRA spec racing class. This is made from our extremely durable #superfoam so you will be flying more and fixing less. We hope to see many of you on the race tracks
TBRC Spec Wing Build Manual English
TBRC Spec Wing Build Manual French
700 mm of pint sized fun. The Apex V2 were designed to run using common mini quad parts. It is equally comfortable being built light weight and flown like a fun park flyer, or having a massive motor on the back and ripping up a race track at over 100 mph. Perfect size for keeping in your car at all times ready to go flying at a moment's notice.
TBRC Apex Build Manual
Ever wanted a plane that can do it all? The Reflex 38 V2 is designed to be the ultimate all rounder. It can be built as a long range cruiser achieving long flight times or as a nimble racer. The Reflex series is no stranger to the race podium at local or international races. Small enough to not be a burden to transport yet big enough to carry all the electronics you can imagine.
TBRC Reflex 38 Build Manual
The TBRC 60 has been around longer than most FPV pilots, there is a reason it's still popular. With it's super stable flight characteristics and almost endless cruise capabilities the New 60 V3 is large and in charge. Flying this at your local field will certainly turn heads and give you stable smooth flights.