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    1/8-Scale Crackerbox

    1/8-Scale Crackerbox

    $19.95

    Designed by Jerry Dunlap, this wooden, 1/8-scale Crackerbox is easy to build and fun to run. It easily accepts a pull-start .12 engine, which is the perfect choice for power. It can also be powered by an electric motor. Length: 24 in.; 1 sheet. LD2
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    RC Car Action January 2017

    RC Car Action January 2017

    $5.99

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    FEATURES

    32 | Hot for 2017
    More than 45 cars, trucks, radios, chargers, and more that you need now
    By the RC Car Action team

    44 | King of Crush: Traxxas Bigfoot
    The Monster Truck Destruction Tour meets the Stampede
    By Peter Vieira

    52 | Reader’s Ride of the Year
    Scott Lempert’s Ford Falcon Gasser

    72 | Spektrum/Horizon Hobby Spektrum DX6R
    Spektrum steps up the radio game again
    By Kevin Hetmanski

    80 | Vegas Heat!
    2016 IFMAR 1/8 Nitro Off-Road World Championships
    By Carl Hyndman

    TECH & HOW-TO

    90 | How-To: Solder Like a Pro
    It’s easy to master this essential RC skill
    By the RC Car Action team

    100 | How-To: Fix a Stripped-Out Wheel Hex
    Five steps to go from rounded out to ready to rock
    By Peter Vieira

    PERFORMANCE TESTS

    58 | Losi/Horizon Hobby Monster Truck XL
    Losi’s biggest gasser ever is a 4WD thrill ride
    By Kevin Hetmanski

    66 | Primal RC Quicksilver
    Five feet and 25 pounds of gas-burning, drag-racing excitement
    By Joel Navarro

    94 | Horizon Hobby/Vaterra Ascender 1972 Chevy K10
    The Ascender puts on a bowtie and goes trail-truggy
    By Peter Vieira

    104 | Dromida Speed Series
    Rally and Touring Cars Budget brushless fun with high-performance handling
    By Peter Vieira

    TEST BENCH

    110 | Pro-Line 2.8-Inch Destroyer Tires

    112 | Bartolone Racing Billet Aluminum Quick Release Pull-Start Fan Cover

    Departments
    8 | Starting Line
    10 | Feedback
    12 | Readers’ Rides
    22 | Pit Tips
    27 | Tech Center
    114 | Tailpipe
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    Radio Control Car Action April 2007

    Radio Control Car Action April 2007

    $5.99

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    Features

    Engine Roundup
    8 Powerplants torn apart
    Engine Tuning Guide
    Keys to nitro success
    RC Pro Series National Championship
    Associated, Jammin' & Traxxas clean house
    How To: Start Your Engine with One Pull

    Make Nitro Easy

    Behind The Wheel

    Behind The Wheel: DuraTrax FireHammer MT
    We test this gas monster
    Behind The Wheel: Kyosho Inferno US Sports Ready Set
    An RTR Buggy with world champion roots
    Behind The Wheel: Team Losi Muggy
    Losi's new twist on off-road
    Behind The Wheel: CEN Racing Matrix TR Arena RTR
    CEN enters the truggy scene
    Behind The Wheel: Serpent 720

    See this national champion

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    The Road to the 2007 World Championship

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    Gearbox
    Tech Center
    Racers' Edge
    Newsflash & Under The Hood
    Monster Shop
    Painting & Detailing The Tamiya F-350
    Mini Zone
    Project: XRAY NT18T
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    Micro-pod

    Micro-pod

    $12.95

    Description: This indoor flyer offers great performance

    Designed by Bob Aberle, the Micro-Pod is one impressive little indoor RC model that you can build in a couple of days for the cost of a sheet of 1/32 balsa, some foam and a length of carbon-fiber rod.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: indoor RC
    • Wingspan: 27 in.
    • Wing area: 74 sq. in.
    • Weight: 1.2 oz.
    • Wing loading: 2.3 oz./sq. ft.
    • Length: 15 in.
    • Motor: KP-00 motor geared 2.75:1
    • Prop: 3-in.-dia. Union U-80
    • Motor current: 700mA (at start)
    • Motor power: 3 watts (at start) Rpm: 9,200 (at start)
    • Watts/oz.: 2.5
    • Battery: single FMA/Kokam 145mAh Li-poly
    • Radio req'd: 3-channel
    • Radio used: Dynamics Unlimited RFFS-100 micro RC receiver and ESC; two E-Flight Design Mega magnetic actuators with output arms; E-Cubed R/C short antenna (Model M72-L); Hitec RCD Eclipse FM transmitter with Spectra RF module
    • Flight duration: 10 to 12 min.

    Difficulty Level:
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    Swine Flew

    Swine Flew

    $19.95

    Description:Despite its name, the small R/C plane with push-pull engines has an appearance that grows on you. Eckhardt Calder's design features twin booms and fins with a pod fuselage that houses two engines. Construction is relatively easy,
    Additional Information: and the model is fully sheeted for ruggedness. WS: 38 in.; L: 20 in.; Engines: 2, .049s; 4 channels;1 sheet
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Air Master

    Air Master

    $19.95

    Description:Have fabulous R/C fun with an aerobatic machine that looks like the Cessna Push-Pull Skymaster! This Gerry Pronovost design results in an aerobatic plane that uses
    Additional Information: balsa/ply, built-up construction and techniques easy enough for novices. WS: 56 in.; L: 39 in.; engine: .40; 1 sheet;
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Electric Flight March 2015

    Electric Flight March 2015

    $6.99

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    FEATURES
    15 | Gear Up for 2015!

    30 | Editor Picks to Start the Year Off Right!
    By the Electric Flight Crew

    51 | Spektrum/Horizon Hobby DX6
    This updated radio is setting a new trend
    By Gerry Yarrish

    54 | How to Turn Plastic Into Wood
    A faux finish adds scale appeal
    By Mark Wilkins

    57 | Keep it Together!
    Using the right adhesive for bonds that last
    By John Reid

    HOMEBUILT
    62 | SkyEye Pusher
    A sport flyer with built-in First-Person View!
    By Clark Salisbury

    PLIOT REPORTS
    24 | Ares Ethos FPV
    The popular quadcopter now sports a
    downlink camera system
    By Gerry Yarrish

    30 | E-flite/Horizon Hobby UMX FPV Vapor RTF
    Affordable turnkey FPV for everyone
    By Matt Boyd

    36 | E-flite/Horizon Hobby UMX B-17
    A micro Flying Fortress with stable flight performance
    By Gerry Yarrish

    44 | Birdkit.com S-1 Robotic Bird
    This flapping-wing bird ornithopter will turn heads!
    By Don Edberg

    DEPARTMENTS
    6 | On the Web
    7 | Airmail
    8 | From the Cockpit
    12 | Shop Tips
    47 | AirAgeStore.com

    COLUMNS
    34 | Aerobatics Made Easy
    Fly a Rolling Half Circle with Snaps
    By John Glezellis

    40 | Custom Corner
    How to Design and Create Scale Insignia
    By John Reid

    48 | Heli Talk
    Autorotations: Mastering Power-Off Landings
    By Jim Ryan

    66 | Tailview
    Micro Magician
    By Jim Ryan
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    Walker

    Walker

    $12.95

    Description: An ultralight indoor floater

    Designed by Dave Robelen, the Walker is an ultralight indoor flyer that will cruise at walking speed. As a result of its very tight turning capability, it requires a space no larger than 12x16 feet. Although built very light, the Walker can easily withstand collisions without sustaining any damage. For those who can master the light construction, the required flying skills are very basic. The piloting technique places more emphasis on manipulating the throttle than just barreling around wide open. The Walker lifts off from a standing start in about 4 feet and has a very peppy rate of climb.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Indoor Ultralight Electric
    • Wingspan: 25.5 in.
    • Length: 25.75 in.
    • Wing area: 357 sq. in.
    • Weight: 29 g.
    • Wing loading: 0.4 oz./sq. ft.
    • Power: KP-00 motor geared 7.5:1
    • Prop: 7 x 1.8
    • Battery: 170mAh Li-poly cell
    • Controls: 3-channel RFFS-100 magnetic proportional
    • Flight Duration: 20 min.

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