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We've a great issue in store for January 2012 with up to the minute reviews, columns, features and a great FREE plan in the form of Tim Hooper's Clean Sweep (pictured below) sport racer!
Tim Hooper’s back with his superb, 47” span, pylon racer-inspired sporster, just the ticket for that inexpensive 3S based power system. Click here for Tim's build blog!
ON THE COVER
Mike Williams puts Precision Aerobatics’ new Addiction X through its paces. The majority of new aerobatic ‘3D’ releases turn out to be freestyle machines in the flesh making pure 3D machines something of a rarity. You can see what Mike thought of this one on page 124.
UMX BEAST 3D
Can the new AS3X auto stabilisation technology tame E-flite’s frisky bipe? Stuart Messenger puts the sticks in the corners
Rob Stenhouse hooks up with E-scale’s charismatic, i.c. powered naval fighter
Does VMAR’s sport jet have the legs? Bradley Fretwell is on the case.
David Ashby savours some cut and thrust with E-flite’s new prop jet
Models from Thunder Tiger aren’t that common so how does this pretty motor soarer stack up?
Does the new PA 3D’er have the x factor? Mike Williams is judge and jury
The largest multi-copter you’ve ever seen and much more in our monthly news compendium.
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BEST OF THE BEST
Prepare to be impressed by the finest jet Alex Whittaker has ever seen!
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GOING IT ALONE
Just how easy is it to teach yourself to fly? David Ashby has advice for those adopting the DIY route
ANATOMY OF A SCOUT
Flair’s scout series of WW1 biplanes have been popular for decades; we take a look at the genre
REAL TIME REVOLUTION
Having reviewed the Aurora 9 last year, Graham Ashby turns his attention to Hitec’s extensive telemetry system
THE WAY WE WERE
Pete Norrington looks back to the not so distant past in another retro round up
Embracing the winter trend for flying indoors, Alex Whittaker hightails it to Rochdale for a dose of micro magic
ON THE EDGE
A whistle-blowing Wildthing and foam domination gets Ellison hot under the collar
Nigel Hawes sorts the spaghetti in deciphering the optimum wiring for multi-engine electric installations
The state of British aeromodelling, world economics, and Whittaker’s state of mind – all are on the agenda, Ooh er!
Immersed in a myriad of ribs and spars, Pete Lowe hangs out with the wings of his DB pup
WIZARD OF OZ
Continuing his fuel tanks and fittings muse, Brian Winch digs deeper
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