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    Looking for the right plane....

    Im looking for a bind n fly plane, not to expensive, that works well with existing batteries i already have. Which are 3s 1000mah 20c eflite lipos. I really dont wanna buy a whole lot of new bateries yet.

    Can anyone help me out? Its getting bound to a dx6i...
    I need to find a less expensive hobby

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    RE: Looking for the right plane....

    Well I'm new at this too but Istarted with the hobbyzone super cub lp BNF love it. Great plane to learn with it also has the ACT (anti crash tech). I still love flying it and I have 3s 1300mah 20c batteries for it about 15min flight time.

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    RE: Looking for the right plane....

    I started out with a Champ II
    A cute little plane, not too much fuss. Once I got used to that I got a T-28 Trojan (also a micro flyer)
    My latest is a P-51D and a Corsair F-4U
    Just love them

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    RE: Looking for the right plane....

    If you really want to expand your fun, buy a multiplex fun cub. You can get receivers cheap from hobby king , 6 each 9gram microservos, a motor and esc for a fairly great price. Batteries are also fairly inexpensive for a couple of 3S 2200 mAh batteries. I know it's not BNF, but it's a really fun plane to fly.
    It takes three things to fly- Hard Work, Persistence, and hard work!
    MARCS flying club, N. Little Rock, AR


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