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Old 01-30-2013, 05:22 AM
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Best RC Plane for begginner

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I wanted to get rc plane but i have no idea about it.As i am new in rc plane and do not know how i fly plane so what type of airoplane i bought.Can someone have any idea about buying or flying.
Thanks in advance!
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:47 AM
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Hi Judith,

I suggest you contact a local RC flying club and talk to the Chief Flying Instructor (CFI). He or she will be able to help you out with buying the best plane and learning to fly.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:35 AM
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Multiplex FunCub hands down. It is a very docile and easy to fly airplane and once you get comfortable with it you can throw a little hotter motor in it and do some pretty wild stuff. The guy the taught me to fly on his regularly hovers it.
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:57 AM
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Is this plane best for beginner and gave me proper training about plan.Can you have any best,So please send some picture of your plan.
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Here is a picture of the fun cub. If you just do a search on the Internet you can find lots of info on it. I found it to be a very easy plane to fly. Your best chance for success is to have someone at a local club teach you on the buddy box system. It takes a lot of stress off of you while learning to.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:42 AM
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Hi cbarnes0061,
Thanks for sharing your nice information and your plane look great.But can you tell me a link for this plane?
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:59 AM
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I got a Sensei for my son 2 years ago to learn to fly something more conventional than a foamie....

http://youtu.be/h-MRauZA9BM

and now he is doing this.....

http://youtu.be/Vl6DvAcvy88
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Hi cbarnes0061,
Thanks for sharing your nice information and your plane look great.But can you tell me a link for this plane?
I actually don't own a fun cub it was one of my flying buddies who taught me on his fun cub. Tower hobbies carries them and if you go onto rcgroups.com and do a generic search for multiplex fun cub you can find a couple of threads on it.
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Old 02-11-2013, 04:42 AM
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Finally searching different time ,different places on internet and all of your suggestion i wanted to get a Hawksky 4 Channel Brushless Sport Trainer RC airplane.This aircraft is to get perfect, but is also able to perform amazing stunts. Just a little assembly is required. When you open the package, you will fly these flying coach in minutes!search for more information
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I would recommend any basic glow trainer. You can pick one up used for a good deal. I don't know much about electrics. I learned to fly on an old .46 size hobbico trainer and now I'm flying giant scale.
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Judith,

Here's how I look at it. The answer to your question is heavily influenced by the amount and quality of instruction you will receive AND your personal desires with this hobby. Even if you have ZERO experience with this hobby, you will be learning so quickly that some of those "trainers" will quickly become...boring...IMHO.

So here is what I think you should do. Just like GROSBECK said, you should first check out your Flying Field. Or if you don't know where one is, try the Local Hobby Shop. (those guys can almost always tell you where the fields are).

WHAT TO BUY?
Don't let people tell you that you MUST learn to fly using one of those E-Flite or ParkZone Cubs, or some other high wing "trainer" that resembles a Cessna. Don't get me wrong...those are great airplanes. But they are so easy to fly a 5 year old kid can fly one with a little training. But if the wind is blowing more than 3-4 MPH or if your wanting to learn some or all those maneuvers that you see the other guys doing in their 100cc planes...you will quickly become very disappointed with those planes.

I would suggest the 30cc gas trainer from Aeroworks or something like that. The great part about a plane like that is that after you get "bored" with it, you can take the engine, servos, and everything else out of that plane, and put it all in another 30cc class size aircraft that could potentially be WAY more fun to fly!!!

But what ever airplane you go with, it is CRUCIAL that you have a good, high quality transmitter.

Remember these few things...
1. NOT EVERY ONE in Flying Giants is an expert. But EVERYONE of FG sounds like they are.
2. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
3. There are thousands of opinions out there... do with them what ever you want.
4. This hobby is incredibly rewarding and FREAKIN expensive!!!

I sincerely, hope that you get a productive introduction to this hobby, and take off with huge success!

Dan
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Judith,

Here's how I look at it. The answer to your question is heavily influenced by the amount and quality of instruction you will receive AND your personal desires with this hobby. Even if you have ZERO experience with this hobby, you will be learning so quickly that some of those "trainers" will quickly become...boring...IMHO.

So here is what I think you should do. Just like GROSBECK said, you should first check out your Flying Field. Or if you don't know where one is, try the Local Hobby Shop. (those guys can almost always tell you where the fields are).

WHAT TO BUY?
Don't let people tell you that you MUST learn to fly using one of those E-Flite or ParkZone Cubs, or some other high wing "trainer" that resembles a Cessna. Don't get me wrong...those are great airplanes. But they are so easy to fly a 5 year old kid can fly one with a little training. But if the wind is blowing more than 3-4 MPH or if your wanting to learn some or all those maneuvers that you see the other guys doing in their 100cc planes...you will quickly become very disappointed with those planes.

I would suggest the 30cc gas trainer from Aeroworks or something like that. The great part about a plane like that is that after you get "bored" with it, you can take the engine, servos, and everything else out of that plane, and put it all in another 30cc class size aircraft that could potentially be WAY more fun to fly!!!

But what ever airplane you go with, it is CRUCIAL that you have a good, high quality transmitter.

Remember these few things...
1. NOT EVERY ONE in Flying Giants is an expert. But EVERYONE of FG sounds like they are.
2. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
3. There are thousands of opinions out there... do with them what ever you want.
4. This hobby is incredibly rewarding and FREAKIN expensive!!!

I sincerely, hope that you get a productive introduction to this hobby, and take off with huge success!

Dan
Well said! I totally agree!
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I would sugest a real-flight #7 simulator -
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Old 12-31-2013, 04:26 PM
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I would sugest a real-flight #7 simulator -
+1000

Then a ParkZone T-28 with a bunch of props.

Have fun and Happy New Year!

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Hi,
I wanted to get rc plane but i have no idea about it.As i am new in rc plane and do not know how i fly plane so what type of airoplane i bought.Can someone have any idea about buying or flying.
Thanks in advance!
judith
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Basic, intermediate and advanced switchable settings, takeoff and landing assist, "panic" switch, sturdy construction. There's about 8 of these in our club, and for a very good reason. Hands down, the best trainer aircraft available today. You'll be doing yourself a great disservice if you don't consider this one.
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