The June 2008 issue is packed to bursting with goodies including the following reviews –
We’ve lots of great features including a full photo report from the RAFMAA 2008 invitational event while Tony Nijhuis finishes his Cold War dogfight double build instructions and flies the models. Alex Whittaker has some advice on ensuring ARTF longevity in Living with ARTFs while in ‘B’ Prepared Andy Ellison explains how to fly the stall turn and spin manouevers for the BMFA ‘B’ certificate test.
We’ve our usual blend of great columns – Nigel Hawes flies the Pitts, builds a Yak and highlights an interesting adjustable electric motor mount. Andy Ellison shows how you can have a glider for every weather condition in On the edge while Brian Winch offers advice on running-in engines in his Wizard of Oz column.
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The free plan this month is Funterceptor a new design from Chris Reid. Many readers will recognise the design which is based on the classic Frog Interceptor and this easy to build park-fly model looks good and flies very well.
Funterceptor is great for some lazy relaxed park flying!
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