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!
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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
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.
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.
How to convert this supper little free flight glider in to a HOT little aerobat, with low cost radio equipment & a 10g Brushless motor.
The Martin Baker M.B.5 , M.B.2 & the Contra Rotating Motor projects in the Photo Gallery.
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