Category Archive: Sport46

Jun 06

BMFA Nationals

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Jan 27

Miss Ashley SP46 coming soon

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Coming soon from pylon-line the SP46 There will be two versions of the model, these being a kit and ARTF. The kit will include a glass fuz, balsa covered foam wings, all cut wood parts, installed UC mounting blocks, Alloy UC leg’s and building instructions. The ARTF version will be a two colour glass fuselage …

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Jan 18

New SP46 airframe

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      This great look model comes out of the http://www.pylon-line.co.uk/ stable for the every expanding Sport46 class. Want one? contact Barrie at the above website and tell him Pete sent you.

Oct 23

Sport Air Racing deals

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Motor & Rotors.co.uk One for the Sport46 flyers Paul Bardoe has negotiated a special deal for the class winning GSonic 10×6 propellers from www.motorsandrotors.co.uk  if you need some new props give them a try telling them who sent you it should get you some extra discount. We also believe that there could be a very …

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May 25

BMFA Nationals 2012

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Planning is well underway for a full weekend of racing, with Club2000 and E2K flying the short course and F3D, F5D, Q40, Q500 and Sp46 all flying the long course. For entry and camping forms click here for more information see the official website click here. Please don’t forget if you want a free camping pass and willing to get …

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Mar 10

UK Pylon News report1 – 2012

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Report 1 for the 2012 UK pylon racing season. With the racing now only 1 month away I’m sure we are all well prepped and looking forward to a great season of racing. First race of the year will take place on the 1st April at a Northants venue, for the Club2000/E2k competitors, then throughout …

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Nov 25

Sport 40 2012

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After a brake of 5 years Sport 40 is to return for the 2012 championship   To me the demise of sport40 back in 2006 came as a big disappointment, but the truth was that technology even for a sport class, had moved on to a point where it was no longer accessible to your average model flyer …

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