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  1. #1

    .60 Plane with Flaps

    Before I start to fly the B-25, I would like to know what plane to get that has flaps in the .60 size plane. Thanks for the help.


  2. #2

    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Reno, NV
    Hard to go wrong with an Ultra Stick with flaps, just order the quad flap option. That gives you 2 ailerons and 2 separate flaps. I always keep a stick of some sort in my hangar, they are great goof off planes.
    Revver Brother #260

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Jacksonville, FL
    Electric or glow B 25? If you're new get with a good twin engine pilot.
    There are rules to never break in twins like don't turn to the dead engine
    good luck

  4. #4
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    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    Traverse City, MI
    I've always felt that there was a mult-model progression between trainer and a twin engined (motored ?) model, with flaps being just one part of the progression.

    One has to progress from high wing to low wing, trike to tail dragger, no flaps to flaps, light wing loading to high wing loading, etc.

    To me, there is a long distance from going to a first model with flaps, to going to a high wing loaded bird like a B-25.

    I suggest that the OP take his time, and progress through the learning curve. This will insure a better chance of success when he moves to a twin, like the B-25.
    Tom C

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