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Thread: The thread for your subscriber questions and queries **please do not start a new thread**
13/08/2019 13:55:34

Is there something going on at RCM&E? I still haven't received my September issue and an email to the Subscriptios Dept just results in an automated acknowlegement.

Thread: AND finally.....the 'Mini Jet' TSR2
20/07/2019 16:47:15
Posted by Tony Nijhuis on 20/07/2019 00:05:36:

..

Here's the final offering and yet another indulgence for me....

What happened to the Learjet that was mentioned in the other thread? sad

Thread: Building my new Fournier RF-4
19/07/2019 15:49:15

I've always found good quality white wood glue works very well with balsa.
It must be indicative of the age profile on the forum that no one asked, "what's Britfix?"

19/07/2019 11:39:49

All I need now is a, large, tube of Britfix.smiley

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17/07/2019 15:27:53

Thanks Peter. I did see the dotted line but didn't realise its significance.

17/07/2019 14:53:02

Peter, can you clear my confusion please. The 1/8" Tailplane Platform shown on the plan looks more like 1/4".
I can appreciate the importance of getting the tailplane incidence right but am I missing something?

Thread: Newbie with some starter trainer plane balsa IC questions please.
11/07/2019 11:31:49

Welcome to the House of Fun Nu Me 1

You won't go wrong with a 4ch. Super Sixty powered by a four stroke engine. I'm sure you'll enjoy cutting all the 1/4" strip.

Thread: Giving up
10/07/2019 14:01:58

Post of the year Brian.laughlaugh

Thread: Transmitter / receiver issues, help needed pls
20/06/2019 20:28:28

Daire, have you considered taking it all to your nearest club for their hands on advice?

Thread: Good news thread.
16/06/2019 12:48:10

I've just finished cutting out the, thirty nine, wing ribs for Peter Miller's RF4. The kit is nearly complete now so that has to be good news for me.

Thread: New EDF Mini Jets- Jet Provost & Folland Gnat
06/05/2019 23:12:41
Posted by Piers Bowlan on 05/05/2019 18:11:58:
Posted by Capt Kremen on 05/05/2019 09:18:12:

Dare I ask - a twin using these units - Meteor, Canberra, Me262, Ar234 .... am I dreaming....

A10 Warthog more like, or if you are into civil stuff, a Learjet?

MMmmmmm, a Learjet!!

I've already ordered a Fan Unit in anticipation of the Hunter or Provost plan.
I have fond memories of my Airfix 1/72 Provost. It would be nice to have a flying model.

Thread: Balsa Cartoon Cutlass
12/04/2019 10:02:10
Posted by Paulo Peres on 10/04/2019 20:54:24:

smiley

You're absolutely right! I'll have a go at it as soon as I run out of cheese nerd !!! Won't take long...

I've got an 8x6 prop installed, thus I'll keep the power on the conservative side.

Paulo

If I can just get my squeak in; please let us know how it turns out.

08/04/2019 12:48:05
Posted by Paulo Peres on 07/04/2019 09:32:51:

As for my Cutlass, it's been repaired but somehow i'm positively afraid to get it flying again!

+1 frown

Thread: Valdez Stol Record breaker build blog
02/03/2019 14:08:34
Posted by Peter Miller on 02/03/2019 08:23:13:

Just realised that while I had put the model on the "New Models thread I haven't put it here.

Well I can tell you that the model flies like a dream, IT is rock solid in flight so one can concntrate of actual positioning rather than flyimg.

Now there's a surprise!!!

Thread: Chris's Super 60 Build
02/03/2019 14:06:24
Posted by Daniel Cardona on 02/03/2019 13:59:18:

Hello to all

first I apologize as i dont want to hack the thread with my question.

but to all the super 60 lovers, which one flies the best the 3 or 4 ch version?

i stubold in this video on youtube and i’m amazed of how well the model flies, but is it the 3 or 4 ch?

link below

**LINK**

kind regards

Daniel

4 ch every time Daniel.

Thread: LED Bulbs
18/02/2019 17:05:21

You can now get LEDs with an inbuilt resistor.

Thread: New EDF Mini Jets- Hunter & Phantom
17/02/2019 19:50:43

The only thing we're missing now is the plan. smiley

Thread: Digital incidence meter
13/02/2019 23:10:48

Wasn't there an article in the mag a few years ago which described how to build your own and used the Clinometer App? I built one and it works very well. Looks very similar to the one in the photo.

Thread: Whistle for EDF ?
06/02/2019 16:51:04

There are a few threads on here about DIY whistles. Just put whistle into the search box.

Thread: Building my new Fournier RF-4
05/02/2019 16:43:47

While on a trip to the attic a few weeks ago I was almost buried by a sudden avalanche of past issues of the mag.
When I surfaced the issue on top was July 2011 containing this plan and build article. Although I like Fourniers almost as much as Druine Turbulents, it must be a French thing, I had completly forgotten about it and I took its reappearance as a message from the Aeromodelling Gods. I now have such an urge to build this one that it may push Peggy Sue 2, on which progress is slow anyway due to essential repairs on other models, onto to back burner. I may even run the two builds in parallel. If I do decide to go ahead with the build I think I'll go for the SLEC CNC pack as a quicker option than cutting out all those wing ribs. Before anyone asks, yes I've also got the August issue with the corrected plan.

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