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Starts Every Time

Starts Every Time

PhotographerMonique van RooyenI will never forget the first time I was introduced to this 25-year-old ASP 61. It was also the day I would plunge it nose-first into the ground. Back then, which feels like ages ago now, the engine was bolted onto a low-winged trainer,...

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From Nitro to Electric

From Nitro to Electric

PhotographerMonique van RooyenThe smell, the sound, the tinkering, is what you will probably hear from most pilots when asked, why they prefer nitro engines over electric motors and, these are sometimes the very reasons why many others will tell you, they do not like...

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Landing In Crosswinds

Landing In Crosswinds

Photographer Peter Connan There is just something majestic about a plane on its final coming in for a landing, especially when it’s a good landing. I can spend hours watching the planes land, one after the other. Getting your RC model to land smoothly on the runway,...

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Repairing a Horizontal Stabilizer

Repairing a Horizontal Stabilizer

I was very excited about this Piper Cub that was recently added to my fleet and even more so, to start that beautiful O.S. 120 FS (Fourstroke) engine. While I was busy taking everything outside, my dogs got curious about this strange yellow over-sized bird just...

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Selling Your RC Items

Selling Your RC Items

At some point in the hobby, we sell-off some of our RC items to rack in some extra cash. This article aims to give some pointers to have more success when it comes to selling your RC items and also to get buyers to trust you as a seller so that you can continue to be...

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Buying Second-Hand RC Models

Buying Second-Hand RC Models

Buying anything second-hand can be a bit scary sometimes, almost like a blind date, you are very hopeful that the model is in great shape and looks as great in real life as in the photos plus, you don’t want bigger issues with it down the line. Over the years I’ve...

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