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Old 05-26-2007, 10:41 AM
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On Hobby People i was looking for a good first electric plane. I have a Superstar 40 size trainer and im still learning a little bit with that, but i dont think i would be as nervous with an electric plane. So i saw the [link=http://www.hobbypeople.net/gallery/107110.asp]Chipmunk RTF[/link] on [link=http://www.hobbypeople.net/prdcls/acertf01.asp]Hobby People[/link] and thought it would be a good, cheep, first electric plane. Can anyone tell me if it would be a good first electric, or would it be a piece of junk?

(i have a bit of experience from my trainer and i can do a lot on the flight simulator.)
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You can try, but my reccomedation is that there are a lot of other planes that will be much easier to learn on. This plane might make a good choice for your 2nd or 3rd.

Please look at other threads for multiple first plane options..
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This plane might make a good choice for your 2nd or 3rd.
This would be my second plane, just electric though.
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