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    GOOD rtf Bi-planes

    I own a Mini Super Cub and im not very experienced but I was wanting get a rtf Bi-plane for a good price but with quality


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    RE: GOOD rtf Bi-planes

    I have the E-Flite Ultimate which flies great.......I'm sure you're not ready for one yet, but it would be a great choice as you progress.....
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    RE: GOOD rtf Bi-planes

    The E-Flite Rhapsody would be my choice. It builds very quickly and fly's as awsome as it looks!

    Paul
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    RE: GOOD rtf Bi-planes

    If you are trying to fly a super cub and admit to not having experience you are not ready for a biplane. You can look around and get some ideas but you should move to a another high wing plane with a flatter wing as the next step , then to a low/mid-wing plane, and then to a biplane.
    Balsa planes fly better (in my opinion) but can quickly turn into splinters.
    I would practice some more on the super cub since you have it and then get a 4 channel high wing plane and practice on that and then move up through the next steps.
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    RE: GOOD rtf Bi-planes

    Good advice. The rudder is a great surface to master and the cub is an excellent plane to learn on!
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