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RC Jet International Magazine February-March 2012 Back Issue

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Another feature packed issue that includes the start of a series following the build of a large scale, scratch built SR-71 Blackbird by Lance Campbell. Sean McHale takes on the challenge of a boyhood dream by building a Learjet 31 from a Mark Frankel kit, with a view to making it EDF powered.
Fly Eagle Jets new, fully composite ‘lightweight’ 1:4.5 BAe Hawk, resplendent in Saudi Air Force colours gets a full kit review by Keith Whiddett. On the show front we visit Sweden for an end of season meet at Laxa, and on the other side of the pond we report from Super Jet South 2011 in Georgia.
Colin Straus continues our engine test series with a look at the new VT80 turbine from Jets Munt and concludes its ideal for the newcomer to Jet modelling. Other subjects include a look at the range of HST fans from Schübeler, a way of calculating those awkward gear door hinge angles, a visit to the workshop of Aviation Designs Françis Laurens and the moulding of fibreglass engine nacelles for a large scale Gloster Meteor. As always, there’s also news and views from around the R/C jet scene in ‘From the Cockpit’.
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February-March 2012 Another feature packed issue that includes the start of a series following the build of a large scale, scratch built SR-71 Blackbird by Lance Campbell. Sean McHale takes on the challenge of a boyhood dream by building a Learjet 31 from a Mark Frankel kit, with a view to making it EDF powered. Fly Eagle Jets new, fully composite ‘lightweight’ 1:4.5 BAe Hawk, resplendent in Saudi Air Force colours gets a full kit review by Keith Whiddett. On the show front we visit Sweden for an end of season meet at Laxa, and on the other side of the pond we report from Super Jet South 2011 in Georgia. Colin Straus continues our engine test series with a look at the new VT80 turbine from Jets Munt and concludes its ideal for the newcomer to Jet modelling. Other subjects include a look at the range of HST fans from Schübeler, a way of calculating those awkward gear door hinge angles, a visit to the workshop of Aviation Designs Françis Laurens and the moulding of fibreglass engine nacelles for a large scale Gloster Meteor. As always, there’s also news and views from around the R/C jet scene in ‘From the Cockpit’.


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Another feature packed issue that includes the start of a series following the build of a large scale, scratch built SR-71 Blackbird by Lance Campbell. Sean McHale takes on the challenge of a boyhood dream by building a Learjet 31 from a Mark Frankel kit, with a view to making it EDF powered.
Fly Eagle Jets new, fully composite ‘lightweight’ 1:4.5 BAe Hawk, resplendent in Saudi Air Force colours gets a full kit review by Keith Whiddett. On the show front we visit Sweden for an end of season meet at Laxa, and on the other side of the pond we report from Super Jet South 2011 in Georgia.
Colin Straus continues our engine test series with a look at the new VT80 turbine from Jets Munt and concludes its ideal for the newcomer to Jet modelling. Other subjects include a look at the range of HST fans from Schübeler, a way of calculating those awkward gear door hinge angles, a visit to the workshop of Aviation Designs Françis Laurens and the moulding of fibreglass engine nacelles for a large scale Gloster Meteor. As always, there’s also news and views from around the R/C jet scene in ‘From the Cockpit’.
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Below is a selection of articles in RC Jet International February-March 2012.