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RCM&E Magazine, June 1994 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Regulars:
SWITCH ON - News and views of the R/C flying scene
GOING PLACES - An update on all the diary dates received so far.
COUNTERPOINT - Wrapping it all up with a look at more new modelling products

Reviews:
FLAIR FOKKER DVII - ) Bill Burkinshaw builds the latest WW1 fighter to join the Flair 'Scout' series
JR MAX 66 - JR's latest 'computer' radio is aimed directly at the sports market. Nick Papillon sees how it fares
SUPER CUSTOM 36A - Brian Winch casts his engineering eye over this mid range powerhouse from SC
WMC F-86A SABRE - Westfield Model Co's simple all sheet jet fighter is assembled by David Matthews

Features:
SIMPLE SCALE EXTRAS FOR THE AUSTER J1 - Derek Chapman shows how to make cheap and easy scale details for this popular light aircraft
PROPORTIONAL BEGINNINGS - Dennis Allen concludes his history of the development of proportional radio control systems
CONSTRUCTING AN AUDIO TACHOMETER - Build a rev counter for your field box using Mike Spencer's simple electronic circuit
STARTING IN SLOPE SOARING - Stan Yeo passes on time proven advice for those wanting to learn to fly R/C gliders from the hills

Columns:
STRAIGHT & LEVEL - Peter Russell writes on the pleasures of designing your own model aircraft
BANK & YANK - Our regular pylon racing column makes a welcome return, with Simon Molyneux at the sticks
WIZARD OF OZ - Brian Winch looks at spark ignition motors and other engineering matters
FROM UP HERE - Building simple slope soarers from corrugated plastic. Chas Gardiner shows how
SCALE NEWS - Phillip Kent examines another world class seal model. This month he looks at Pavel Fencl's Knolle C11
CLUBMAN - Graham Ashby had a club encounter of the eye-opening kind when he visited Woodspring Wings...

Plans:
VOLUS - French reader, Robert Lestourneaud, offers a simple 100" Nordic style two channel for you to build
CHILLI BREEZE - Your FREE 16 page pull-out PRO-PLAN for Mil Delacole's .30 size mini pattern plane (FULL SIZE PLAN)

On the Cover - RCM&E proudly presents the return of our free bumper size pullout PRO-PLANS with drawings for Mike Delacole's sleek 48" acrobatic aircraft. Chilli Breeze. Designed for a broad range of engines, from .25-.36cu. ins., Chilli Breeze joins the rapidly growing ranks of .30 size pattern ships which are proving so popular as high performance club models - turn to p.46. Inset is Bill Burkinshaiv with his Flair Fokker DV11, the subject of our main review this month. Read Bill's comments, starting on p. 12.
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