The new February 2011 issue of RCM&E will be in the shops from around 21st January and with subscribers shortly before. It's another great, feature packed issue, full of good reading, informative articles and opinionated columns!
Nigel Hawes tends to a flea-induced indoor itch
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Nigel Hawes struts his stuff and tends to a flea-induced indoor scratch
A slew of servo issues has Whittaker reaching for the plastic
ON THE EDGE
Christmas may be but a distant memory, but Andy Ellison still has a few slope treats in store
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch looks at the key ingredients behind the combustion process
All the latest R/C news from near and far
New products to tempt you
Three pages of your news, and views
Dates for your diary
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Andy Ellison grabs the big daddy of them all
The classic Beech gets the E-flite treatment
The svelte foamies from FMS
We see why JR’s latest radio system rings some changes
THUNDER TIGER GP18/28
TT put some life in the small glow market with a beautiful
brace of two-strokes
Our step-by-step guide to upgrading your DX6i’s battery
DOUBLE THE AREA
Joining balsa sheet the easy way
BLOHM AND VOSS BV215
Glenn Block moves a futuristic flying wing design off the drawing board and into the sky
Alex Whittaker reports from an event with the spectacle of a circus and the excitement of a rock concert
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perfect for those indoor sessions!
BETTER BY DESIGN
Dave Royds examines the simple steps to designing your own models
MAKE IT SCALE
Tony Nijhuis mixes, sprays and brushes his way to a realistic scale paint job
WHAT GOES UP
Prof David Burton returns to examine the most important aerodynamic effect you’ve probably never heard of – the bound vortex
THE WAY WE WERE
Platforms and flares? Perhaps little has changed since January 1970!
SURE FIRE SOLUTION
David Ashby examines the ups and downs of E-flite’s electric retracts
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 for just £3.95. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a Special Offer and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too!
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