The August 2011 issue of RCM&E goes on sale 1st July and should be with subscribers before then. It's another packed 140-page issue and, as promised, will include a complete reprint of last month's Fournier plan that, as many readers have noticed, was printed incorrectly.
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Chris Reid’s characterful, easy-build, semi-scaler is a worthy home for inexpensive running gear, extra build photos are here
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P-51B – PT.2
Lee Smalley concludes his review of YT’s big Mustang with an extended flying report
Jamara’s EPO take on Japan’s most famous warbird
Can Century’s diminutive EDF sport-jet really punch holes in the sky?
Slipstream’s stunningly pretty 72” span aerobat gets an electric conversion
E-flite’s low wing aerobat has more than a hint of Pulse about it as David Ashby is delighted to discover
WIND S 50E
Whether club flyer or F3A fanatic, SebArt’s new pattern ship is sure to impress
A pot-pourri of news and happenings with just a hint of sulphur and soapbox
Another bristling selection of great new things to buy, try and fly
Tales from New Zealand, adverse yaw and ‘disaster by dog’; all subjects covered in our readers’ letters section
Where to go, why to go there, and when – it’s all here
Check out our monthly treasure trove of bits, bobs and bargains
Alex Whittaker talks to Mark Hinton on what it takes to build and fly the impressive Airworld Cougar
Alex Whittaker reports from the ‘Carnival of Crashes’
…and grab yourself a FREE RC Flight Master sim!
THE WAY WE WERE
Kevin Crozier turns the clock back to July 1976
RADIO DAZE – PT.2
Looking to buy your first radio? Don’t miss our guide to the key criteria
MAKE IT SCALE
Tony Nijhuis accelerates the age-old PVA riveting technique with a touch of lateral thinking
…Every club display organiser should know
SNAP CRACKLE & ROLL
6D flying and canalisers, discussed by Shahid Banglawala
R/C through the lens
An update on the ed’s big bipe build
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch muses the operational principles of the model oil-burner
Can poor weather and economic uncertainty be taking its toll on the average modeller? Alex Whittaker ponders the question
With three models under the spotlight, Nigel Hawes makes light work of getting one up
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