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    beginner question

    I am currently flying a flyzone sky fly max. What would be a step up in difficulty from this plane?

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    RE: beginner question

    are you looking at a new motor and servos, or are you looking to swap out what u already have on that brid?
    smooth as silk!

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    RE: beginner question



    I am looking for a totally new plane.


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    RE: beginner question


    I like foam park flyers .

    What is the best glue to use on foam for lasting durability.?

    Are the single conversion receivers good enough ? For example, the Hitec 05S advertises "full range" but, is it as good as a dual conversion receiver ?
    I haven't dabbled in the 2.4GH transmitter yet.

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    RE: beginner question


    ORIGINAL: captainzach



    I am looking for a totally new plane.

    Balsa or foam?


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