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It’s interesting that, at a time when the RAF trained new recruits on the Tiger Moth, the USAF used a machine that weighed nearly twice as much. The PT-17’s muscular appearance still appeals and Seagull’s new ARTF Super Stearman is no exception. Turn to page 110 for our review.
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Max Z’s 1/6-scale take on the homebuilt delta will certainly turn heads but, best of all, it flies well too
Shaun Garrity casts aside his wing phobia to build a classic little bipe
Racing through the fjords, Lidl start a new craze and lots more in our news round-up
Your new product round-up
Highlighting your projects
Over to you…
Places to go in the coming months
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Tim Hooper’s new Civilian Coupe plan and lots more!
Tim Hooper puts some air under the Citabria wings and finds a Flea he admires
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch continues his quest to keep those engines cool by packing a cowl with foam!
ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker goes over the top to explore the phenomenon that is dynamic soaring
Whittaker heads off to the Woodstock for Wrinklies
TOP GUN 2017
Danny Fenton reports from the Sunshine State
A BIT ON THE SIDE
Ever wondered why your motor appears misaligned? Dave Burton explores the world of thrust lines
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SAFE ARRIVAL PT.2
Clive Hall concludes his narrative on the most crucial manoeuvre of all
A MODEL FLYERS BEST FRIEND
Why a multimeter should be on every workbench
Whittaker enjoys the vibe at the UK’s new aerobatic competition
SAND AND DELIVER
David Ashby visits SLEC to find out where all the balsa comes from
UNDERSTANDING FLIGHT PHASES
Getting to grips with an underused radio feature
Mixing in the days before computer radios
Andy Ellison flies a variable span aerobat from Extreme Flight
Dynam’s cartoon Cub trainer
MINI HAWK III
The new Mk.3 version of Staufenbiel’s pocket rocket
E-flite update the little quad that spawned a new genre
It’s a big 71” span Stearman from Seagull, nuff said
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