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¼ scale Lovochkin LA9

¼ scale Lovochkin LA9

¼ scale Fokker DV111

¼ scale Fokker DV111

¼ scale Huey

¼ scale Huey

Futaba Current Sensor setup

Futaba Current Sensor setup

F3A Australian Masters

F3A Australian Masters

Stinking up the Pits

Stinking up the Pits

Commercial RC Flying

Commercial RC Flying

Cessnas

Cessnas

Trail Instruction Flight

Trail Instruction Flight

What could possibly go wrong?

What could possibly go wrong?

8 hours bottle to throttle

8 hours bottle to throttle

Featuring three masters of the art of building and flying your own creation might inspire you to get out in the workshop and build a plane, heli, glider or multicopter. Dan Wheeler flies at the Australian F3a Masters then gives his young son a crack at flying. Roving reporter Optic Nerve is out and about, Gary Tattis new jet crammed full of Aussie electronics, two World Champs F5b 5competitors get into a flap over a 40 kph contraption, Byron Simpson knocks off Sandown F1 Air Race, WG Gilderslag looks at the Trial Instruction Flight, Scale Aviation engine isolators into the 60cc VQ Flybaby Glider tug conversion.

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Learn To Fly

Thinking of getting into RC flying? Seen one fly in a park, model aircraft club or at an airshow. Bought a plane at a hobby shop? We give you the lowdown to operate three great foam trainers with specific information on each type plus information about Model Aircraft Clubs which are very much like miniature airports. Regardless of what you fly our FunCub book is also a great read for anyone seeking general and advanced flying information.

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