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Old 03-05-2004, 08:01 AM
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ok i have been building sence i was 12 but just barly got in to rc flying just recently. i got a spirit and after a year of hard flying and repair it is to hevy for me to fly. i am now looking at a electic trainer. i would like your oppinon on a few eather the wattage cessna or corsair or the t-hawk. i like that they come whith every thing you need to fly but unsure about the two wattage airplanes. any advise would be apresated thanks in advance.
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Check out my thread, "Good First Planes" at the top of this forum.

There's also an extensive thread on the Wattage Cessna 180 further down in this forum.

The Corsair is probably not the best choice for a first plane. While there are many "non-scale" features that make it easier to fly, like an oversized tail and wing, it's still a heavy-metal warbird.

The T-Hawk, and any of its close cousins make good first planes.
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