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Old 09-02-2003, 08:16 PM
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I have never flown an electric, but I have lots of experience flying gas/glo powered planes. I already have a good radio, but I want a good plane with ailerons as well as the thottle, rudder and elevator. Can you guys recommend a good advanced trainer? I have been looking at the slow stick and some of the mountain models kits as well. Any suggestions?
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Old 09-03-2003, 06:02 AM
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You will be quite happy with any of the Mountain Model kits. Also depends if you're looking for a parkie or something larger, and how much $$ you want to plonk into it. (Another very nice kit with very good performance is the Sports E-Stick: http://gwmp.net/sport-e-stik/default.htm stock power system is relatively inexpensive and will still give you very good performance. My experience is with Gary's E3D, and by all indications the Sports E-Stick should be a blast).
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