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This pair of fly-anywhere
aircraft will let you
take a 10-minute flight
break whenever you need it. The Sky Ranger is a great trainer, and the Extra offers aerobatic
performance. Because they’re so lightweight, hard-landing damage is minimal. See the full
review at ModelAirplaneNews.com/coxskyrangerandextra.
The secret to a perfect finish?
Good sanding techniques, using
the right materials for the job and
a lot of patience. In the November
1998 issue, Mariano Alfarara
shared his techniques to choosing
sandpaper, the right tools for the
job and the techniques to create a
perfectly smooth surface.
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3D pro. This issue also has flight
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An elevator-to-throttle mix is one
of those “set it and forget it” radio
programs that will help to make
you look like a pro at the flying
field. In this video, our West Coast
senior editor John Reid explains
how use your computer radio
to help keep your aircraft from
ballooning on landing as well as to
keep your downline straight.