The September 2010 issue preview



The September 2010 issue of RCM&E goes on sale 30th July and should be with subscribers very soon.

It's a bumper 140-page issue this month with a great free plan, lots of useful features and plenty of informative reviews.


50th Birthday Bash – all the fun from our sun drenched fly-in at the Greenacres club, Walsall

Off Your Trolley – Tony Nijuis starts his new 'scale builder' series by looking at how to make castoring tailwheels

Snap Crackle and Roll – How to fly aerobatics in a bit of a breeze

Bowden 2010 – Alex Whittaker reports from a blustery Barkston

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Fitting a header tank – extend duration and make sure your engine gets a good constant fuel supply with our step-by-step guide 


Fly Electric – Nigel progresses the Fokker DVIII and shows off an eBay purchase

Rotor Sport – There are plenty of helicopters to choose from but which to buy? Martin Stonestreet examines the criteria

Totally Traditional – Pete Lowe is back with more workbench chatter and amongst other things shows how to tackle repairs and splice joints

Weekenders – Alex gets down to some engine bench testing


Dave Royds goes all balsa on us with this, his latest design, a superb little Luton Minor. 


Pilatus Porter – Seagull's PC-6

Sebach 342 – The new aerobat from SebArt

Thunder Tiger 40L – a good i.c. low wing trainer?

Aurora 9 – The ground-breaking 2.4GHz radio system from Hitec

Yak Mini Mod – Jamara's cute little aerobat

Alpha Jet – In a stroke have Art-Tech really made one of the best 64mm RTF jets?

Typhoon 2M – A good first moulded glider? Andy Ellison is on call. 

RC-8S – The new 150-watt charger from Overlander Batteries. 


Switch On – All the latest R/C news

Counterpoint – More tempting goodies, arriving at a retailer near you

Going Places – Diary dates for the next two months

Marketplace – More all-new, FREE reader ad's

All Write – More great reader letters, thoughts and comment

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 £3.95. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a FREE gift and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too! 



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