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EDF fun jet from ROC Hobby
Quick build DH-98 twin, assessed by Danny Fenton – part one
Alex Whittaker harks back to almost the start of aviation when taking a closer look at Neil Turnbull's superb ‘Channel Crosser’
DUAL RX SAFETY
Ian Jackson details his home-brew dual redundancy receiver system
Shaun Garrity breathes new life into a long forgotten pulse proportional design by Vic Smeed
Pull out our centre page spread and build Arnaldo Correia's profile Depron delta based on the Douglas designed, carrier-based, all-weather interceptor
A 18-page insert packed full of useful workbench related hints and tips
Modern electric jets are unrecognisable in terms of performance, efficiency and quality from their early counterparts. Brian Collins relates the story of EDF models so far
GO IT COVERED?
Tim Kearsley looks at alternative brands of heatshrink coverings
A look at what David Ashby has in store when he returns to the Editor's hot-seat!
Scorcher! Alex Whittaker closes this issue with a red hot photograph
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton builds a new, tiny SE5a and ponders alternative heatshrink coverings for scale models
Whittaker is almost lost for words when describing Peter Iliffe's latest petite scale model, an EP powered Albatros DII of just 26 inches wingspan
Simon Cocker introduces a power plane flying buddy to the delights of slope soaring, and looks forward to building a scale glider from the latest generation of Pat Teakle kits
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