On sale 23rd Sept!
RCM&E's 2011 Special Issue will be on sale 23rd Sept and with subscribers before this. Once again, we've packed it with big tutorials along with two FREE plans and accompanying feature articles.
First up you'll find the plan sheets and build article for Tony Nijhuis' superb FW-190 while Dave Royds presents his cute little WW1 dogfighting pair that can be built using either Depron, EPP foam or balsa. They're perfect to fly inside large halls and when it's calm outdoors
Great Planes’ pretty, point’n’shoot racer
F-27Q STRYKER 180
Is Parkzone’s new ultra micro their cleverest yet?
Flying the lines with E-flite’s retro aerobat
It’s the model you asked for! Tony Nijhuis turns his attention to the legendary Butcher Bird and we think he’s produced his best warbird yet. A CNC/Laser kit and wood pack are now available at the RCM&E plans service.
Dave ‘Foamie’ Royds presents his sweet little dogfighting pair in the forum of these inexpensive, easy to build park flyers
Nigel Hawes treats Peter Miller’s simple scale design to an electric conversion
FIRST AMONG EQUALS
Dave Roberts examines Kurt Tanks masterpiece -
WHEN A PLAN COMES TOGETHER
If you’ve always wanted to draw up your own scale designs then Tim Hooper’s your man
REPAIR AND ENJOY
Ready to bin that broken model? Think again!
A LEVEL PLATFORM
Stability is an overused word but just what does it mean? David Burton is back to take a closer look
Engine grumbling? New balls please!
Baffled by the choices offered by electric motors? Tim Mackey sheds some light
Especially for beginners, Alex Whittaker presents his practical guide for starting a two-stroke
Andy Ellison lists some practical considerations in model noise reduction
It's an issue you won't want to miss so be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up your copy for just £4.99. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a special offer and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too!
Readers in North America should look for this cover >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
|The 2011 Special Issue|
By Seamus O'Leprosy
by Seamus O'Leprosy