RE: Eflite Power 32
Ihad a Diamante after basic training and this was too much for me.Iblew it with a backwards application of exponential. theFutaba guys insisted that i use negativevalues for exp when ishould have used positiveas i fly spektrum. anyhow, then went to an ElectroStik, and have been very happy. ialso got lost alongthe way with a lengthy excursion into EDF foamies. anyhow, my son flys those for the most part now and i just got another Electro Stick and i believe you will be very happy with this. the Power 32 is a bit of overkill but not really, just depends on what you want to do right away. for sport flying the 25 is just fine,plenty of power, but youcould do some fancy stuff with the 32 although i didnt find it any fasterthan the 25, just more torque.
If you try this plane you will like this plane. It is very easy to adapt, fly, land, and a joy to build and likes to be airborne. A real treat.
my other planes aside from the EDF jets of which wehave a few now, are the Taylorcraft which is just perfect, thedeceased Diamante, a 3d Hobby shop Katana, thePZ Supercub, Apprentice andCorsair, and some micro birds. the jets are 2 Squalls, an Eflite F-16 hi power set up, Hobby Lobby F-15, and some Banana Hobby F-18 my son used to love until he flew the 4cell F-15.