00:24:37 aboutENGINES: YW-48B2 (test
00:30:13 workBENCH: GP Christen Eagle
00:51:08 howTO: Access Drilling
01:04:36 flightTEST: GP Christen Eagle
01:21:48 howTO: Incidence Meter
flightLINE: The International
01:51:10 flightLINE: Larry's B-17
02:03:51 ROT8: Audacity Models Tiger
aboutENGINES: "Baby TOC"
flashed through our minds when we first laid eyes on YW Engines'
ultralight and silky smooth 48cc Boxer. The throaty and exhilarating rasp
of the exhaust is the perfect complement to a 78-84" span aerobat and will
raise the hairs on the back of your neck! Never dropping a cylinder like a
glo-twin, the superb reliability of a gasser is perfect for scale models.
Weighing just 51oz bare (67 oz loaded - a mere 7 ounces more than a G-23),
the jugs of this splendid engine poking from the cowl of a 132" Cub look
workBENCH: Sporting a
fabulous MonoKote job, Great Planes' Christen Eagle II is a smooth and
agile performer in the hands of an expert pilot. The 29% scale bipe is a
solid and honest-flying example of one of sport aviation's most famous
flightLINE: Held in late
August since 1981, the gently rolling plains of North Dakota are the
backdrop to The International. This fun event draws pilots from around the
nation and Canada!
flightTEST: The 138" wingspan Stenhouse B-17
takes to the skies after two years of construction. Powered by four OS Max
70 Surpass 4-strokes, Robart retracts handle its 45 lb weight with
ROT8: Available for less than 300 bucks, and featuring
super inexpensive repair parts, the sporty Tiger 50 from
audacitymodels.com is a real hotrod!