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Cartoon Jets Plans and Info

Bonus Content from the November 2011 Issue of Fly RC Magazine!

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E-Flite Carbon-Z Yak 54 BNF

This past February, my dad, grandfather and I went to the WRAM Show in White Plains, New York. This was my first time at a show that featured so many airplanes on display and I was quite taken with all the models. One in particular really caught my eye, and I grabbed dad to show him. In the Horizon Hobby booth was the new Quique Somenzini-designed Carbon-Z Yak 54. It just looked cool sitting up there! I said to him, “That’s my favorite out of all the planes here!” And, he said, “Well, maybe we can get one and you can try it out.” That put a smile on my face! Sure enough, we got one; and with his help, I’m going to tell you all about it.

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Aeroworks Extra 300 Quick Build

I dont know about you, but when I get out to an event and see all those giant aerobatic gassers-25, 30 and even 40-percent size-I get a serious case of the wants, until I snap back to my senses and think about the cost and hassles of transportation and storage of such a beast.

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The Sharper Image RC Cessna 182

From Fly RC Magazine: Unlike many “toys” that you see in stores, this is a real 4-channel RC aircraft that is easy to repair with full parts availability in the event of a mishap. This is truly a …

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Joe Nall 2011 Photo Gallery

Joe Nall 2011 Photo Gallery

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Download the Waco Glider Plans

Bonus Content from the November 2011 Issue of Fly RC Magazine

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DaVinci Machining Scale Wheels

Looking for some great scale wheels for that 1/5-scale Mustang? Perhaps an AT-6? Look no further than DaVinci Machining, as they have the most incredible scale-looking Mustang wheels on the planet.

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Download the Waco Glider Plans

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Watch the video of the Great Planes Widgeon

From Fly RC Magazine: Perhaps the best-known Widgeon was a license-built French variant officially known as a SCAN-30. Constructed in 1967, N4453 sports a pair of Lycoming R-680 radial engines and was the magic carpet that carried Mr. …

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