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Old 01-24-2007, 05:37 PM
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Default RE: Looking at a PT-20 for first plane

Just dont try to use the engine out of your boats.
Jeez! I'd think he'd KNOW that!

and may require more expensive servo's.
Sorry. Most .20 size kits use the same hardware and electronic equipment as the .40 size.

On another note, .40 sized planes are larger, and you can keep your orientation with it further out.
A novice shouldn't be flying that far out anyway.

Usually the only ones that learn to fly with a .20 sized trainer are the people that are at the smaller airfields, and don't have the room for the larger aircraft.
An incorrect assumption.

As far as ailerons, learn with them. It is easier to learn to fly with ailerons than it is with rudder.
No, it isn't.