ON THE COVER
Seagull’s impressively large ARTF Lysander has just arrived in the UK so what better time than for us to bring you a nice scale instrument panel for it! Andy Sephton surveys the dials on page 47.
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Peter Miller’s latest design, this evocative low-wing sportster offers a no-fuss building experience and ies great. There’s no better home for your four-stroke .40!
A round-up of the latest R/C flying news
Highlighting your projects
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Poigniant and interesting, we’ve received some great letters this month
Swapmeet and indoor flying dates, they’re all here
Tim Hooper’s retro-style Charlatan looks like an instant classic and we’ll bring you the plan!
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Tim Hooper shows how easy it is to replace a broken cowl while the Tiger Moth build gets underway
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch turns his metal bending skills towards some practical applications
ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker files his report after a busy summer of soaring
The big picture
SCALE FREE FLIGHT NATS
Alex Whittaker records thrills and plenty of spills as hardy souls negotiate an unyielding tarmac runway
Ian Turney-White describes his monster Scheibe motor glider, 20 years in the making
PROJECT HEAVY LIFT
What’s a camera carrying multicopter without a good gimbal?
….and we’ll send you a FREE mini quadcopter!
FPV TO GO PT.2
Tim Kearsley is back with advice for FPV tyros and looks at the system components required for your model
CLASSIC COCKPITS – LYSANDER
Andy Sephton straps into an aircraft that was remarkably good and remarkably bad
A simple device to improve safety in the workshop and flying field
Nigel Hawes reports from Scotland as the home nation’s F3A pilots battle it out
KEY POINTS PT.5 – ROLLS
A step-guide to flying perfection
Your monthly skill-set teach-in
MODEL MAGIC :
Bf 110 Stuart Knowle’s Messerschmitt twin
Paul Smith and Mini Me
Seagull turn their production focus to an all-time classic sportster
Futaba’s new 6-channel, feature- packed entry-level 2.4GHz radio system
ROTO 170CC FOUR-STROKE
Brian Winch fires up a big banger
Big, bad and beautiful – Phoenix Models’ 2567mm (101”) span Tucano lookalike
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