I'm getting ready to buy my first r/c plane, and would like to know if anyone has any recommendations as to what plane would be best. I've had the Dynaflite/Craft-Air Drifter II and the Airtronics Olympic 650 recommended to me so far--any opinions?
This is my first shot at r/c flying and absolutely _any_ opinions you
could offer would be gratefully accepted!
Where you are from has lots of qualified instructors and a number of
clubs to choose from. Get in contact with a club. Communication with
those with the knowledge can save a lot of money and time.
A month with a good instructor is like years without one.
Use a good 4 channel trainer plane. Ie: Eagle 2 Goldberg Protege
The Tower trainer is a good 40 ARF
Os FP motors seem to be a good low budget motor.
Not too powerful but very reliable. Reliable is what you need when you
are learning landing approach sequences.
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