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FMA FS8CP Flight Systems - Good for beginner?

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Old 08-16-2006, 10:31 PM
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Default FMA FS8CP Flight Systems - Good for beginner?

I am a pilot in training and would like to try the FS8CPI Flight Stabilation System. Since it's an expensive item, I would like feedback from forum readers before I buy.

My questions:

1. How well does the sFS8CP ystem work?
2. How hard is it to use?
3. Would the following components make a good beginner system:
The Black Horse Electric Trainer
FS8CPI - PC Ready
Either the Brushless Power System 150 or the AXI 280824 outrunner - Which would be better?

I would use my Futaba 6XAs TX.

Any comments or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-26-2006, 11:31 AM
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Default RE: FMA FS8CP Flight Systems - Good for beginner?

I would spend the money on a good flight sim like Real flight G3. I have a superstar EP set up for my son and others to use as a trainer. it is a good self righting design. any time my 8 year old son got in to trouble I'd tell him to let go of the sticks, works everytime. Take care, Randy
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