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Free Plan Feature - BAe Hawk
Tony Nijhuis’ 50in EDF Hawk is nearly a fifth bigger than his original, and twice as powerful. But which does he prefer? And Sprite - More than a micro-sized F3A-type pattern ship, Sprite is a gentleman's accessory, indispensable on safari. A brush with success
- Alex Whittaker peels the masking tape off his first attempts at airbrushing. Control authority - Are you making the most of your transmitter's programming potential? David Burton explains how rates, expo’, and modes can take the load off the pilot. ‘Quiet(er) revolutions
- A simple, low-cost mod’ to quieten petrol engine exhausts with no power penalty. Real Flair
- Graham Ashby takes an close look at the qualities that make each and every Flair Scout a distinct personality. MPX EasyGlider 4 - “How do you improve a motor glider that has already become a modern classic?” David Ashby reviews the latest EasyGlider. Heavy metal - For many RC flyers, large warbirds are the holy grail, but with ownership comes oversight from the powers that be... A moment in time - Daniel Riedweg describes the journey leading to the moment of truth at the F4 World Champs – the judges’ verdict. Radial realism -
Add scale realism to your radial engine with a collector- ring exhaust. Das letzte interview - Bringing the FW190 back to life: Claus Colling's final interview about FlugWerk is a story of chance, determination, and an Englishman called Arthur Bentley. A man & his lathe
- A lathe can be a modeller's best friend, offering the means to make bespoke parts.

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