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Hey everyone and welcome to our new build guide for the limited edition 64″ MXS-R in Matte White, Red, and Black color scheme. This Step by Step build is brought to you by our Aerobeez Team member Brian Chenoweth! This model is built for 20cc gas engine, but for this build Brian has decided to go with an electric set-up. Set-Up: Motrofly 4320-450kv (2200 watts) Hobbywing platinum 100A (swapped out the Gecko 85A) Three standard servos for ailerons and rudder Two mini servos for the elevators Falcon... more

Aerobeez 78″ Extra 330 Raiden Electric Build Guide Hey Everyone! Welcome to our Step By Step ELECTRIC build log for the NEW 78″ Extra 330 Raiden. We have our Step-By-Step GAS build guide as well as the Electric Motor/ESC Install, but we want to walk you through the full process of building this model for Electric. We put alot of effort into R&D on this model and used both our experience with the prototype and feedback from our loyal fans to deliver one of the most stunning 3D monsters... more

Aerobeez 78″ Extra 330 Raiden Electric Motor Install & Setup Hey Everyone! Welcome to our Electric Motor Install for the 78″ Extra 330 Raiden. This guide is intened to suppliment our Step By Step build log for the NEW 78″ Extra 330 Raiden. We have put alot of effort into R&D on this model and used both our experience with the prototype and feedback from our loyal fans to deliver one of the most stunning 3D monsters this year for our 35-55c class. Setup Motor: DM-5327... more

Aerobeez 105″ Extra 330 Reaper Step by Step Build Log Hey everyone! Welcome to the Step by Step build log for the NEW 105″ Extra 330 Reaper! We have put a lot of research and development into this kit. With customer feedback on existing models as well as our own experience with the prototypes to help develop our first 105″ model, this model is packed with what has become the Aerobeez standard. We also cut down build time in many areas by pre-hinging, pre-building, or pre-plumbing.... more

Aerobeez 78″ Extra 330 Raiden Build Log

Posted by aerobeez On September - 7 - 2016ADD COMMENTS

Aerobeez 78″ Extra 330 Raiden Build Log Hey Everyone! Welcome to our Step By Step build log for the NEW 78″ Extra 330 Raiden. We have put a lot of effort into R&D on this model and used both our experience with the prototype and feedback from our loyal fans to deliver one of the most stunning 3D monsters this year for our 35-55c class. Like previous models, you will notice that the 78″ Raiden has been pre-hinged on all surface areas with exception to the rudder. This helps... more

Aerobeez 78″ Slick 540 Typhoon Build Log

Posted by aerobeez On March - 1 - 2016ADD COMMENTS

A few things to note before moving on. This plane comes pre-hinged with the exception of the rudder (like most kits this size). We know that some pilots prefer to hinge the plane as people have been concerned about throw, but all we can assure you, that is not the case here. Our factory has done a great job hinging those models and allowing our customers no limitation regarding deflection. We test all surfaces at about 65 degrees or greater on all surfaces. With that being said, let’s get started... more

Aerobeez 65″ 20cc Extra 330sc Manual Next install your axle onto your landing gear. The order should be nut, washer, carbon fiber landing gear, wheel pant, white plastic washer, wheel, collar. (Note: REMEMBER TO USE LOCTITE!) Tail wheel assembly is already installed so just screw into center of the tail. (Note: I recommend to remove all screws and apply loctite.) Now you will cut out the slot for the horn on the aileron Now you can install you horn and wipe off the excess epoxy with paper... more

Aerobeez 91″ Slick 540 Step By Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On November - 20 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Aerobeez 91” Slick Manual Hey there pilots and builders alike, welcome to our official Step by Step build guide and manual for the 91″ Slick 540 Banshee ARF kit! This manual will walk you through the steps to building our NEW Slick 540. First we will start with installing the landing gear. locate the screws needed for the landing gear (remember to use locktite!)   next we will install the landing gear cover, this can be done by using CA or epoxy. After installing the landing gear... more

Aerobeez 64″ MXS-R Build Manual Hello to all you builders and flyers out there, and welcome to our official Step by Step build guide and manual for the 64″ MXS-R ARF kit. This manual will walk you through the steps to building our MXS-R. Our MXS-R can be flown with either electric set ups or gas/nitro engines. First we will start with the wing assembly. Our MXS-R comes with CA hinges on every surface. Make sure when gluing the hinges to use thin CA on both sides of the hinge to get a... more

Building Tip of the Week: Slotting CA Hinges

Posted by aerobeez On April - 30 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! If you are not familiar with CA hinges, this tip will help you see a good way to install them and if you are familiar, we hope this helps you improve how you already install them. So without further ado, today’s tip : Slotting CA Hinges When installing CA hinges, we like to take a hobby knife and open up the slots for each hinge. This is not always necessary, but it is a good habit to get into as it will clear the... more

Aerobeez 93″ Extra 330 Step By Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On April - 2 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Step 2 Notice the angle of the carbon fiber main landing gear. The leading edge will be straight (pointing towards the nose of the Extra) and the trailing edge will be tapered (pointing towards the tail of the Extra.) Step 7 Use blue thread lock on the wheel collar set screws and install the wheels onto the axles. You will use 2 wheels collars per side. If you are experiencing a tight fit in getting the wheel collar onto the axle, check the inside wall of the wheel collar. There may be residual... more

Building Tip of the Week: 4Titude Fuel Tank Mod

Posted by aerobeez On February - 25 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Good day pilots and welcome to another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week!  In today’s tip, we will be installing a 4Titude fuel tank in place of the stock fuel tank onto our Aerobeez 65″ Yak 54 Profile ARF! These same steps can also be used on our 65″ Extra 330 Profile ARF or other profile planes with some minor modifications to the process. Step 1:  Insert the long zip tie into the slots where you will be mounting the fuel tank. (this tip works great for the stock fuel... more

Aerobeez 65″ Yak 54 Profile Step By Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On February - 19 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Yak-54 Profile Build Log Then, with a sharp hobby knife, cut away the covering for your ignition location. On the right side of the fuselage, cut away the first area in front of the main wing tube, the throttle servo slot  and the two holes directly below the throttle servo for the carbon fiber landing gear mount.  Now, locate the components to build your landing gear so that we can get this Yak on her wheels! Notice the plastic spacer is on the inside of the wheel.  The wheel collar on the... more

Building Tip of the Week: Cutting the Servo Bay

Posted by aerobeez On February - 12 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, happy hump day and welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! Today we will be looking at the servo bay and walking you through a simple way to cut out the skin while leaving a portion to seal the edge. This method helps prevent pealing of the skin and creates a nice clean finish. So without further ado, today’s tip : Cutting the Servo Bay When cutting out a whole in the skin for the servos, it is a good habit to leave roughly 1/8 to 1/12 of covering. This... more

BuildingTip of the Week: Installing CA Hinges

Posted by aerobeez On February - 5 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! 2015 has been crazy busy with shows and new products, so we took a few weeks off from this series, but are happy to bring you a new tip today! If you are not familiar with CA hinges, this tip will help you see a good way to install them and if you are familiar, we hope this helps you improve how you already install them. So without further ado, today’s tip : Installing CA Hinges When installing CA hinges, we prefer... more

Building Tip Of the Week: Adjusting Control Surface

Posted by aerobeez On January - 8 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for our first installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week for 2015! This week has been a busy week leading up to the AMA Expo. We have been busy building our new models for the show and putting together all the final details for our new models that will be unveiled on the 9th at AMA. With so much building going on in such a short period of time, we wanted to share a simple tip to help get your control surfaces just right. Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet... more

Building Tip of the Week: Cowl Ventilation

Posted by aerobeez On December - 31 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for our final installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week for 2014! Tonight will be a night of celebration and we hope you all ring in the New Year with friends, family, loved ones, and possibly a new build project! Today’s tip will be dealing with cowl ventilation and will hopefully help give you the extra edge with that next build! Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help you improve your model... more

Building Tip of the Week: Using Zip Ties on Fuel Lines

Posted by aerobeez On December - 24 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! Only one more day until Christmas! We are excited and hope that you all enjoy a very happy holiday with friends, family, loved ones, and possibly some new toys! Today’s tip will be dealing with fuel lines and will hopefully help give you the extra edge with that next build! Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help you improve your model... more

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! Only one more week until Christmas! New toys, gifts, and hopefully new planes for all those pilots out there, and that means more new builds. Today’s tip will be dealing with the propeller and will hopefully help give you the extra edge with that next build! Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help you improve your model building, set-up,... more

Building Tip of the Week: Prepping a Fuel Tank

Posted by aerobeez On December - 10 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! We took a week off for the Thanksgiving holiday, but now we have a new tip for those December builds out there! These tips will help give you the extra edge with that next build! Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s tip will focus on: Prepping... more

Aerobeez 89″ Sbach 300 Step By Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On December - 3 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

89″ Aerobeez Sbach300 Build Log Step 5 Using blue thread lock on the wheel pant screws and install the fiberglass wheel pants to the carbon landing gear.  Note:  The “blind” nuts are preinstalled in the fiberglass wheel pants. Step 6 Adjust the wheel collars to center your wheel in each wheel pant and tighten the collars. Step 9 Before we install the tail gear assembly, we will install the rudder to the vertical stabilizer.  Use a drop of household oil in each of the... more

Building Tip of the Week: Applying Decals

Posted by aerobeez On November - 26 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! With Thanksgiving only a day away and Christmas just around the corner, there are likely some model building days in store! These tips are just the thing you need to help with that next build! Intended to help with all types of model building, these tips will help take your building to the next level. Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help... more

Building Tip of the Week: Engine Stand Off Set-Up

Posted by aerobeez On November - 20 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! Gearing up for the festive holidays and prepping a new build during the cold winter ahead? These tips are just the thing you need to help with that next build! Intended to help with all types of model building, these tips will help take your building to the next level. Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help you improve your model building,... more

Building Tip of the Week: Marking the Servo Bays

Posted by aerobeez On November - 6 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! We took a week off last week from the tips portion of our blog, but now we are back with another great tip for your builds. As always, these tips are intended to help with all types of model building, even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot. We want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s... more

Aerobeez 89″ Yak 55 Step by Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On October - 29 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hi Pilots!  Welcome to our hands on Step by Step Aerobeez 30% YAK-55 build blog!  This is a Pro build by our team pilot Santiago Perez.  As always having experience with putting an ARF together is good, but with our guide even an inexperienced builder should be able to put this kit together in about 10-12 hours. Look for “Pro Tip’s” that are unique tricks and tips called out by Santiago Perez and our notes that will help walk you through this build like a seasoned pro. These... more

Building Tip of the Week: Prepping the Servo Bays

Posted by aerobeez On October - 22 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week! As always, these tips are intended to help with all types of model building, even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot. We want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s tip will focus on: Prepping the Servo Bays On your servo bay installations, it is always best to drill 1/16 pilot holes.... more

Building Tip of the Week: Pull/Pull Rudder Wire Set-up

Posted by aerobeez On October - 16 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hey pilots, welcome back! This week we have a bonus installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week. As always, these tips are intended to help with all types of model building, even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot. We want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s tip will focus on: Pull/Pull Rudder Wire Set-up Before installing your Pull/Pull rudder wires and servo,... more

Hello Aerobeez Pilots! Welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week. As always, these tips are intended to help with all types of model building, even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot. We want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s tip will focus on: Installing Control Surface Horns Prior to gluing any control surface horns, Pete will always... more

Hello Aerobeez Pilots! Welcome back for Octobers first installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week. As always, these tips are intended to help with all types of model building, even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot. We want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s tip will focus on: Installing Self Tapping Screws. When installing any screws that are “self tapping”... more

Aerobeez 71″ Extra 330 Step by Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On October - 2 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hello Aerobeez Pilots and welcome to our 71″ Extra 330 Build Guide! As with our previous build guides this guide will walk you through step by step as you build your new 71″ Extra 330 ARF Kit. Having experience with putting an ARF together is good, but with our guide even an inexperienced builder should be able to put this kit together in about 10-12 hours. Look for “Pete’s Tip’s” and our notes that will help walk you through this build like a seasoned pro.  This... more

Building Tip of the Week: Installing Pivot Style Hinges

Posted by aerobeez On September - 25 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hello Aerobeez Pilots! Welcome back for another installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week. As always, these tips are intended to help with all types of model building, even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot. We want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills. So without further ado, today’s tip will focus on: Installing Pivot Style Hinges. When gluing in pivot style hinges, always use a drop or two... more

Hello Aerobeez Pilots and welcome to our Aerobeez 20cc Sbach Profile installment of the Step by Step Build Guide series.  This build log will provide the steps that our team pilot, Pete, uses for this build.  You can cross reference with the included manual on the CD disc at anytime.  Also we will include Pete’s Pro Tips for certain steps that will help along the way.  Please keep in mind with this Sbach Profile, certain steps may be changed for your personal build preference and equipment... more

Aerobeez 73″ Sbach 300 Step by Step Build Guide

Posted by aerobeez On July - 23 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Hello Aerobeez Pilots and welcome to our 73″ Sbach 300 Build Guide! Like the previous two articles this build guide will walk you through step by step as you build your new 73″ Sbach 300 ARF Kit. Having experience with putting any ARF together is good, but with our guide even an inexperienced builder should be able to put this kit together in about 10-12 hours. Look for “Pete’s Tip’s” and our notes that will help walk you through this build like a seasoned pro.... more

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