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Old 12-18-2006, 05:45 PM
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This would be my first attempt in 30 years But I have done it before. I am looking for my next plane right now I am flying a tm 400. My wife is going home to visit family over christmas and I need something to keep me busy. I want a step up from a tm and I have the tools to work with monokote. I will be using a brushless motor and lipo so I want something that will look and fly good.
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http://www.houseofbalsa.com/store/st...8wTEXE0dM9w4F9
http://www.srbatteries.com/kits.htm

Not knowing what size motor you have, I have attached two of my favorite sites for kits. I have found that SR has the best instructions and quality in a kit. They are little more expensive and their reccommended power systems are a bit dated but the end product is terrific.
House of Balsa has a nice variety of products. Their laser cutting was not as nice as SR and I found thier instructions a bit confusing but in the end I was very satisfied
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