RADIO CONTROL MODELS & ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 65 ISSUE 3
On Sale: 18th February 2022
Team Minimax Pro-Plan
Peter Miller is the designer of March issue’s pull-out Pro-Plan. This time Peter offers us his Team Minimax, a 1/6th scale ultra-light aircraft of 32.5″ wingspan.
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This Month’s Regulars
Retro Ramblings topics covered by Shaun Garrity include fixed compression diesel engines and MacGregor’s extensive range of DIY transmitter and receiver kits.
In Aerobatic Scene, Keith Jackson looks at more latest generation aerobatic aeroplanes, including the Bionik, a fully composite F3A design, as well as the CAD designed Vortex, which uses more traditional building techniques.
Over next to Alex Whittaker and this month’s Weekenders column, in which he describes putting the Xmas to New Year holiday break to good use to clear out the clutter from his workshop.
The Editor kicks off this month’s reviews with an assessment of XFly-Model’s delightful Twin Nova for twin electric power.
David Ashby revels in the performance of two new handy sized EDF scale jets from Arrows, a stylish silver T-33 and a classic all-red BAE Hawk.
To wrap up our reviews Mike Freeman heads for the hills to put Vogel-Fly’s diminutive 800mm BOO glider through its paces, complete with its eye-catching geodetic wing.
For his latest Model Magic walkaround Alex Whittaker looks at a new scale masterpiece from Ian Bryant, his Zlin Z-526 AFS Akrobat.
In a similar vein, Geoff Graves describes his shared build with much missed RR clubmate Derek Martin of their mighty Waco YMF-5 biplane.
We then rejoin Alex W as he travels to far West Wales for some stunning pictures of model gliders in action, slope soaring over Hell’s Mouth bay.
On Sale: 21st January 2022
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