There are problems with the video server for the site and due to it being an extended issue I have moved a large number of videos from the private domain of the site onto the helituning channel on youtube. If you find you can't access a video then please check the youtube channel to see if what you are looking for is there.
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Exciting news that Charley Stephens (previously chief design engineer at Outrage) has formed his own company.
The new company known as Alees (pronounced A-Lee-S or 'alias') is named after Charley's son Austin Stephens who by all accounts is a real budding star with a very cool 3D style of his own.
HeliTuning is very pleased to see Charley back in action with his own brand and we look forward to bringing you more news as it arrives on exactly what Charley will be bringing to the market first.
Best of luck Charley from all of us here at HeliTuning. Keep an eye on the Alees site at www.aleesrc.com.
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Some pictures of what looks to be a T-Rex 250 nitro .... http://www.rcheli-news.de/neuheit-t-rex-250-nitro-gesichtet-so-klein-und-putzig/
This is not an Align heli and is in fact part of an elaborate hoax, the engine for the model was not powerful enough to fly it and the pictures were made up to look like pictures from Align's headquarters.
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I have just published the build videos for the GAUI X5 electric helicopter in the Video section of the website.
I hope they are useful to you!
The final page of the article includes a small gallery of photos showing the finished helicopter on the ground and in the air.
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Hi, just an update as it's come to our attention that some microsoft anti-malware software is reporting that helituning contains an exploit which it calls Exploit:JS/Mult.DA
This is a false positive and is caused by Microsoft unfortunately 'getting it wrong' and reporting part of our site template as being malicious. For verification or if you are at all concerned details can be found in this forum post ... http://www.rockettheme.com/forum/index.php?f=15&t=114039&rb_v=viewtopic
I hope this didn't cause people too much concern, unfortunately we can't do anything about it, Microsoft have just screwed up and we are sadly taking the hit. Thanks to Eric Yap for bringing this to our attention.
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