Northwest Control-Line Speed

This page is for articles and columns on Northwest control-line speed model flying, and links to speed-related web sites. Your contributions of articles, photos and links for the Flying Lines web site are welcome. Contact the editor.


New! Two B Speed engines compared See article

New! 2018 Northwest Control-Line Speed Championships report and photos See article

Get ready for Speed Fun in September! See article

2018 Northwest Regionals report and photos See article

Speed at the 2018 Jim Walker Memorial See article

Starting the Nelson .65 Speed engine -- wow! See article

The Nelson .65 for Speed See article

<< 2017 Northwest Control-Line Speed Championships report and photos See article

Boris the D Speed engine roars to life! See article

'Boris' the D Speed engine breathes easier See article

Advanced Northwest B Proto See article

D Speed Boris gets a ride! See article >>

Beginner's guide to Northwest B Proto Speed See article

<< Reworking 'Boris' for D Speed See article

<< An unusual engine choice for D Speed See article

Bragging rights at Brodak: Fox Speed See article

Blondie gets a speeding ticket See article

January 2016 edition of Northwest Speed Flyer newsletter available for download

The Dark Side: Barrie Hobkirk reworks the LA .25 See article

Boo! Frankenstein! Bringing the O.S. LA .25 engine alive for Northwest B Proto SpeedSee article

2015 Northwest Speed Bash results See article

Beyond Blondie: Building a high-performance Northwest B Proto plane See article

The Speedy Geezer -- Blondie performance report, etc.! See article

Reworking the O.S. LA .25 engine for Northwest B Proto Speed, Part 2 See article

Be the Top Geezer and win cash! See article

Reworking the O.S. LA .25 engine for Northwest B Proto Speed, Part 1 See article

<< Building the Blondie One for Northwest B Proto Speed See article

Speed pioneer Chuck Schuette dies See article

New prop developed for C Speed See article

2014 Northwest Speed and Racing results See article

How to carve a speed wing See article

Rules proposal to amend F2D Proto muffler rule approved See article in NW Rules section

Salem Speed and Racing contest results See article

Northwest Summer Speed 2013 contest report and photos See article

Ken Burdick builds the Whitney Prowler from the kit See article

Bob Whitney's Prowler 1/2-A Proto Speed kit reviewed See article

The Newtron Bomb C Speed Plane See article

NW Summer Speed Bash 2012 results See article

F2D Proto Speed rules change proposal approved clarifying muffler rule for 2011 and beyond See article in NW Rules

Early C Speed test flights show promise See article

Provisional rules posted for new Northwest C Speed event See NW Rules

Converting a Formula 40 to Monoline for C Speed See article

New Speed event gets a name See C Speed update article

<< An exciting new Speed event, C Speed! See concept article

The TARFU jet speed plane See construction article

Rules proposal clarifies F2D Proto lines, pull test and model weight See article in NW Rules section

Picco de Gallo 1/2-A Speed plane construction See article

Reworking the Picco .8cc for 1/2-A Proto Speed See article

All About F2D Proto See article

Make a carbon fiber landing gear See article

Bod Busters throw down challenge to world's .21 Proto Speed fliers See article

F2D Proto rule change approved See article in Northwest Rules section

Ninjas attack Bod Busters, inspire F2D proto secret weapon

Bod Busters Re-Invent Speed: The F2D Proto Article

Rule change updates NW Sport Jet Speed line length, diameter and pull test
Also see See Northwest Rules for explanation of rules process

Northwest Speed and Racing flier Ron Salo dies


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Northwest Speed Scoop by Mike Hazel


For information about speed competition in North America, see the North American Speed Society web site. NASS is the speed special interest group recognized by the Academy of Model Aeronautics. Also see the Delphi Speed Forum for discussion of speed topics.

Your District XI representative on the Academy of Model Aeronautics Speed Contest Board is Mike Hazel.

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