in the shops 27th July
The new September issue of RCM&E will be with subscribers very soon and in the shops 27th July. It's another bumper issue packed with lots of good reading, informative columns, features and reviews!
Ton Van Munsteren is back to turn the character-packed home-built into a delightful 52” span model for electric power
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A wallet-busting selection of the latest kit!
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Mark Hinton realises a boyhood dream at the controls of an RTF multi’ warbird
AR DRONE 2.0
The next gen’ smart phone guided quadcopter from Parrot
BLADE 450 3D
Martin Stonestreet gives the new 3D heli a jolly good thrashing
David Ashby investigates one of Seagull’s new EP releases
The Foam-e Acro Wot is making lots of friends, Shahid Banglawala gets acquainted
WHAT GOES UP
Form and function - Dave Burton looks at why some aeroplanes are the shape they are
A full report from our fantastic weather-strewn fly-in at Greenacres
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He likes his BAe Hawks does Cyril Carr
WET WET WET
Enduring previously unseen levels of precipitation, Whittaker files his report from the 75th Bowden
Tony Nijhuis concludes the twin-boom turbine project and points it skyward
SNAP CRACKLE AND ROLL
Shahid Banglawala sets about converting the 3DHS slick to electric power and pushes a few boundaries
Richard Crapp’s stunning Ryan PT-22 (cover model)
Another model flying personality reveals some intimate thoughts!
With the Pup nears completion, Pete Lowe whips out his paint box
Hawes highlights a significant electric flight addition and the implications of club-size conversions
Foreseeing a shortage of the most valuable material in a trad’ builder’s armoury, Whittaker steps into the breach
WIZARD OF OZ
Baffled by multi-cylinder four-stroke timing? Brian Winch is your man
ON THE EDGE
Andy Ellison is back with another no-nonsense slope-side round-up
It's an issue you won't want to miss so be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up your copy for just £4.15. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a gift and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too!
Readers in North America should look for this cover >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
|September 2012 mag|
feedback, thoughts etc. By Doug Ireland
by Doug Ireland
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