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Cyril Carr returns with a beautiful rendition of the early bomber
Simon Cocker takes Graupner’s large scale ARTF on a high voltage journey
ECLIPSE 7 PRO
Hitec’s Eclipse update brings some welcome changes and, as Ian Jones points out, the odd shortfall
THREE LITTLE BIRDS
David Ashby looks at trio of new ultra micro releases
Mike Williams bangs the sticks with Max Thrust’s EPO aerobat
SBACH 342 30CC
Andy Ellison can’t resist a bargain but is Stratford Models’ Sbach as good as it seems?
Alex Whittaker reports from the British Scale Nats at an unusually sunny Barkston
HOUSE OF HOTSHOTS
Afraid of aerobatics? You’re in luck as Shahid Banglawala starts a new series on the gentle and not so gentle art. This month, the Loop.
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A Spotlight on Richard Crapp’s latest and arguably greatest scale creation.
Our step-by-step guide to setting up and tuning two-stroke model engines
MAKING SENSE: THE ESC
Our new back-to-basics series starts with the electronic speed controller
GRAND NATS 2012
Our photo round-up from August’s national model flying fest!
Dave Roberts spotlights Handley Page’s pioneer of aerial bombardment
BACK TO THE FUTURE
Phil Green and Shaun Garrity report on how to use 2.4GHz technology to recreate the challenge of single-channel R/C flight
Another model flying personality bears all!
ON THE EDGE
From Great Orme to Lleyn Peninsula, Andy Ellison chases the wind
Struggling with motor mount thrust lines or prop spacing on an electric conversion? Nigel Hawes gets things shipshape
Pete Lowe’s Pup project approaches zero hour!
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch unravels the mysteries of the power modeller’s favourite additive
Whittaker casts around for a new set of wheels
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By David Ashby - Moderator
by David Ashby - Moderator
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