Kevin Crozier

Kevin Crozier  |  Nov 10, 2021  |  0 comments

RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 64 ISSUE 12

On Sale: 19th November 2021

Kevin Crozier  |  Nov 04, 2021  |  0 comments
The Editor heads to the hills with Composite RC Gliders two metre slope soarer.

Last month I covered the build of this sleek moulded glider and revealed its long heritage, it being an updated version of the RCRCM Typhoon. Since the original model first appeared around 2010 there is plenty of information regarding advanced set-ups online, especially for those of a more daring disposition who like to push their airframes to their limits. More on this later...

Kevin Crozier  |  Nov 04, 2021  |  0 comments
The Editor completes the build of RC Composite's two metre slope soarer.

In common with lots of moulded models the Edge is not supplied with any instructions. I guess the rationale is that if you've got to the stage in your model flying career where such a model appeals then you should have enough experience to piece it together. But everyone has to start somewhere so even a few brief notes would be helpful.

Kevin Crozier  |  Oct 13, 2021  |  0 comments

RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 64 ISSUE 11

On Sale: 22nd October 2021

Kevin Crozier  |  Sep 16, 2021  |  0 comments

RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 64 ISSUE 10

On Sale: 24th September 2021

Kevin Crozier  |  Aug 10, 2021  |  0 comments
Coming soon in RCM&E is a review of this neat 750mm wingspan EDF jet modelled on the USAF training aircraft. Powered by a 12-blade 64mm fan unit, the Hawk has fixed gear for operation from typical club grass strips and suits 4S Lipos (2600mAh recommended). It is supplied with five 9g digital servos.
Kevin Crozier  |  Aug 10, 2021  |  1 comments

RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 64 ISSUE 9

On Sale: 20th August 2021

Kevin Crozier  |  Jul 28, 2021  |  0 comments
Each time you assemble your favourite ARTF it's a good idea to check for wear and tear on the servo leads, especially where the wires crimp into the plug.

If the wires are starting to break, then it's time to replace the whole plug. You could make new crimps but it's easier to solder on a fresh plug

Kevin Crozier  |  Jul 09, 2021  |  0 comments
It's been a while since we lasted posted a video, so we are going to try have a concerted effort to post some short films on a more regular basis. Nothing fancy, just showing what we've been up to.
Kevin Crozier  |  Jul 09, 2021  |  0 comments

RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 64 ISSUE 8

On Sale: 23rd July 2021

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