A couple of days late (our sincere apologies), the new 132-page February 2010 issue issue will be arriving with subscribers very soon and in the shops from approx 21st January.
R/C news from near and far
Check out the latest gear heading to a retailer near you
Readers share their news, thoughts and opinions – we’ve some excellent letters this month
Diary dates for the winter season
Another selection of all-new FREE readers’ ad’s
WIZARD OF OZ
Questions and myths relating to spark conversions
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- FLY ELECTRIC
Nigel Hawes samples some interesting, low budget indoor models
- ON THE EDGE
Andy Ellison meets an ace exponent of the moulded model repair
An aeromodelling love affair with a ‘Fairey-tale’ ending
- Article continues below…
- Cyril Carr is back to showcase his latest design, this delightful 36″ span Bristol Fighter for an inexpensive electric power system. STOP PRESS – Build Photos just added.
CAP 232 PT.2
Kevin Hayward rounds-up his review of Seagull’s affordable aerobat
Art-Tech’s latest foamy fighter
Thunder Tiger’s reincarnation of the popular trainer
The understated high-winger from Britflight
The new mid-range, 8-channel unit from Futaba
- P-47 THUNDERBOLT
E-Scale’s new, 41″ span warbird
- SLINGSBY T31M
Peter Miller models an unusual yet alluring motor glider Article continues below…
…every 3D and Freestyle pilot should know
Featuring John Mason’s mighty electric P-38 Lightning
Plumbing and fuel tank installation explained
All the frills and spills from the recent Indoor Masters at Leeds
SNAP CRACKLE AND ROLL
Shahid Banglawala presents our new freestyle column and interviews Martin Muller – father of the shockie
- BUILDING FROM PLANS PT.1
Peter Miller explains that it isn’t as difficult as you may think
- HOW TO….
….programme a basic computer radio mix
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