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The following are some articles we have provided to help you get better acquainted with Radio Control Hobbies.

Charging Systems Charging Systems

With the evolution of rechargeable batteries and the increasing popularity of electric flight, knowing the ins and outs of battery chargers is becoming more and more important.

Engine Care and Maintenance Engine Care and Maintenance

Taking care of your model engines, whether they are two or four strokes, is the easiest way to ensure a long enjoyable operating lifespan for them. Here we give you a few tips on just how to keep your little gem performing.

Frequencies for Model Use in Canada Frequencies for Model Use in Canada

This is a chart of all channels and frequencies used for model control in Canada.

Fuel, Ask the Experts Fuel, Ask the Experts

A reprint of an article from Horizon's Ask the Experts column of Product Focus publication, May, 1996. Expert advice on model engine fuel provided by Don Nix of Powermaster.

Glow Plug Problems Glow Plug Problems

The nice people at Fox have graciously permitted us to reprint the following article from their Catalog. Perhaps it will help you if you are having problems with failing glow plugs.

Introduction to Batteries Introduction to Batteries

Rechargeable batteries are becoming an increasingly more important part of the Radio Control world. Understanding and maintaining them properly can save your model and save you money.

NiCd Battery Seminar NiCd Battery Seminar

A wonderful article with a great deal of insight into NiCds from Red Scholefield, a long-time professional in the battery industry.

Painting Lexan Bodies Painting Lexan Bodies

An article about general painting and finishing of Lexan R/C model bodies.

Radio Interference Radio Interference

An article by Max Feil which explains the issues involved in trying to minimize both radio frequency congestion and interference problems.