Roy's RC Hobbies

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Welcome to Roy's RC Hobbies Web.

 All the stuff your find on here reflect my own interests, in radio controlled model planes, indoor flying and model engineering, plus any other odd & ends that take my fancy!

I hope you enjoy my handy work,

if you do then Please leave a comment at Contact Me.

 

 LATEST SITE EDITION.

Blog & Photo Gallery updated 14/06/2018

Photos of my 3 Martin-Baker aircraft, and the restoration of a Supper Nover 100S Glider added

New blog update 20/08/2016

New Meteor & Dak photos added to the gallery. Indoor Flying Calendar updated.Jan16  

T & J Models Gloster Meteor T.7

The Meteor was the Allies first operational jet, and it is still in service today.This version has a 51.6" wing span and is designed for twin Minifan 480, running brushless motors on 4S Lipo's. Construction is traditional balsa and plywood.

 

Tony Nijhuis Douglas DC-3.

A superb builders model the DC3 Dakota. A fully built up construction using balsa and plywood. The fuselage is built over the plan using a former and stringer build up and rolled balsa sheeted finish.
The 72" span wings are a built-up structure of ribs over a main spar and balsa sheeted.

 
1/72 scale Martin baker Meteor T7 1/2 WL419

A 1/72 plastic kit conversion from a T7 & a F8 Meteor Kit to make the T7 1/2 MB test aircraft    


 

The Multiplex Fox Free flight Glider RC Conversion.

How to convert this supper little free flight glider in to a HOT little aerobat, with low cost radio equipment & a 10g Brushless motor.

 

As Seen On Roy's RC TV

Roy's RC Tv on YouTube & in the Video Gallery.

The Martin Baker M.B.5 , M.B.2 & the Contra Rotating Motor projects in the Photo Gallery.

 

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