RC Electric Flyer – October 2012


Issue Four of RC Electric Flyer

4 Newsdesk
The latest round up of news and what’s been happening in the world of RC
6 New Products
Our trip around the model shops bringing you thelatest innovations
30 Your Call
Your letters and opinions aired and the best wins a prize
61 Questions & Answers
Workshop parlance - it’s all a bit confusing at times -we clarify!
70  Model Example
Andrew Gibbs looks at a fascinating subject for twin electric power!
92 Something to read
Latest books worth a read and ideal for reference
95 Next Month
Plenty to get your teeth into next month including the latest products tested on your behalf!
96 Dates and meetings
Don’t miss the events this month plus our club feature
98 Over and Out
Battery technology moves on apace - latest developments scrutinised.

16 Revell Petrel Heli
Featherlight fun from Revell
22 Spitfire Mk.IX
Iconic and deadly - the new MK IX ‘Spit’ from Parkzone is a faithful replica
38 F-27Q Stryker 180 BNF
Ultra Micro version of Horizon Hobby’s big delta tested
44 Quadflyer 330 XS Gaui
Christophe looks towards the future of rotary winged flight
56 Firebird Stratos
It’s quirky - different - a twin prop  trainer with a few tricks up its sleeve
66 How hot is a Volcano?
Paul Jubb reviews this big all composite beauty from Valenta
76 Mini Capiche Electric
Smooth classic - Weston UK’s Mini Capiche is the perfect club aerobatics machine
84 A real hotliner
They don’t come any hotter - if you’re looking for performance, here’s one to fit the bill!

32 Tree-mendous troubles
Dave and Trevor go fishing for aeroplanes in Brittany!
43 Make tools
Top tips on toolmaking for pennies!
62 Ampower
The aim is to launch all the models to the same height - Brian Austin looks at electric soaring contests.
80 How to create Hinges
Glue for hinges - surely not?
48 National 2012
The biggest meeting of the year covered by our team
88 Hobby Corner summer fly-in
Now firmly established and thoroughly laid back, Hobby Corners annual bash revisited


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