The April 2008 issue is packed to bursting with goodies including the following reviews -

  • Cularis - We get to grips with the popular motorglider
  • Ruby - Is the 2m glider a gem?
  • Frenzy 100 - The 3D aerobat from Hangar 9
  • P-51 Fun Fighter - The classic hack is back!
  • Falcon EDge 54G - 3D small scale!

    We have some great columns and features not least our full report from the Nuremburg show where we highlight all the new products showcased for 2008. Tim Mackey starts an excellent two-part electric flight tutorial and in our 'B' certificate primer, Andy Ellison explains how to fly consecutive rolls and the dreaded outside loop. In Model Magic Simon Delany looks in detail at Jay Steward's Curtis Helldiver while Alex Whittaker continues to demonstrate how the Micro Lathe can be a useful tool for modellers. Nigel Hawes looks at large, cheap electric set-ups along with another new flying wing while in Weekenders Alex discusses C of G and balancing issues. There's more too including a new round-up of hints and tips no less!

    This months free plan is the Denight Special - a great new 43" span design from Peter Miller based on the sweet little racer (see pic).

    The free plan this month is the attractive Denight Special for a .25-.40 i.c. engine

    Be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up this latest issue of RCM&E for just 3.80. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and subscribe?

    On that subject, check out our new new subscriber offer in the magazine and bag yourself a free flight sim - can't be bad!