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Prevent Ground Loops with a Gyro

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A fully assembled racer that’s capable of 100mph speeds out of the box? Where do we sign up? We can’t wait to get our hands on this foam flyer! Check out the full release from E-flite:   What began in 1969 as a derelict wreck is currently the fastest straight-line piston-engine aircraft in the world […]
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RC Giant Scale: Big — REALLY BIG! — British Planes

RC Giant Scale: Big — REALLY BIG! — British Planes

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Enter the M.A.N. Plans Photo Contest!

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