RCM&E's new August 2012 issue is on sale June 29th and will be with subscribers earlier. It's another packed issue with a fantastic free plan, plenty of absorbing features, good columns and up-to-the minute reviews!
SPEED TWIN ST2
Tim Hooper models a very rare beast – a contemporary British twin-engine aircraft designed for the home builder. Click here for Tim's build blog.
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ON THE COVER
Chris Foss has tweaked his classic Acro Wot design for its ARTF debut. Now bearing the Mk.2 label, it looks pretty smart wrapped in a contemporary take on those classic Fossy colours, we’ve been flying it and we’ll tell you all about it.
There’s plenty of event news this month along with the results of our latest model flying poll!
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ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker explores an effortless way to get airborne
With summer rain pelting the shed roof, Whittaker turns his attention to simple circle cutting solutions
MAKE IT SCALE
Scale modelling is all about fine detailing, an area in which Danny Fenton takes no prisoners!
Taking his Flair Vulture by the scruff, Nigel Hawes re-visits the not-so glorious early days of electric flight
The quintessential 1980s low-wing aerobat returns in ARTF guise!
E-flite effortlessly add an EDF jet to their ultra micro line-up
Setting glider guiders’ pulses racing in traditional form, does RCRCM’s larger ARTF still thrill?
PITTS S12 PYTHON
Andy Ellison wrings out Dynam’s pretty foamy bipe
Futaba’s new S-FHSS mid-range 2.4GHz radio system
With his first turbine design, Tony Nijhuis unveils an affordable and fine flying self-build alternative to the ARTF route
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It takes more than a drop of drizzle to dampen the spirit of the hardy Rougham show pilot
Conceived at the lowest point of WWII, the whistle of the Vampire’s Goblin engine piped in Britain’s post-war age of silver-painted jets
Alex Whittaker examines an aerodyne so odd, they named it twice!
WHAT GOES UP
As Dave Burton explains, correctly trimming a model is easy, but takes more than just a few trim clicks
Graham Ashby is back with an update on the 1/4-scale DB SE5 build
R/C personalities bare all!
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