in the shops 31/7 - 27/7/09
The new September 2009 issue of RCM&E is arriving with subscribers any day now and will be in the shops from 31st July.
It's another packed 132-page issue with the following articles, reviews and features......
Andy Ellison reports during a hectic summer season of turbine titivation
Pete Lowe undertakes a build in the true spirit of his column
Investigates two interesting new designs that push EPP to the next level
Whittaker's in stitches over hinging
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch trades blows with his T-nuts
All the latest R/C news from near and far
Eleven great new products heading your way!
Got something to say? Say it here and join the debate!
Planning a weekend away? Check out our latest diary dates
Two new pages of all-new FREE readers' ads
If you've always fancied water flying but never quite managed it, our next FREE plan could well be the catalyst
Rob Stenhouse stays on the tail of Black Horse's impressive new warbird
DISCUS CS TERRAN
Simon Cocker takes a shine to Jamara's slick scale soarer
EASY GLIDER PRO
Can the re-engineered classic really be better that the original? Nigel Hawes is tasked with the challenge of finding out
Mike Williams re-acquaints himself with Corbin's classic creation
We take VMAR's pint-size Cadillac to heaven and back
BICKLEY IN BLOOM
It's been a great summer of themed fly-ins at the Bickley club's North Kent patch - our photographers were there to capture the action
A selection of the best entries from our recent online photographic competition
LLEYN PSSA FLY-IN
Pilots duel it out at the end of Mynydd Gilan for the coveted PSSA trophy
RCM&E BFAC '09
Shahid Banglawala previews the 10th RCM&E British Freestyle Aerobatic Champs
We look at exponential, what it is and how to programme it
A QUESTION OF BALANCE
Propeller balancing, we show how
Tony Nijhuis presents the second of his dynamic duo in the form of this pint-size racer. On your marks...
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 of RCM&E for just £3.95. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing?