I am looking for plans (PDF) for a Fox, Diamond, Flying Dream, or Kunlun powered glider that have around a 1.5 meter wingspan. A CAD file would also be great. Any thoughts?
I am looking to get a radio that is easy to use, but still has many features. Looking for a six to eight channel radio. Also, which one of these brands has the cheapest yet most reliable receivers. I know that futabas receivers are expensive, but which one is better for your buck?
What electronics did you use to minimize the weight of the Phantom F3P and is 2mm aero foam thick enough? What are peoples experiences with this airplane?
What are some of the best SLOW foam 3D indoor RC airplanes on the market for a reasonable price?
Sticky: RC Foam build for Newbee
I am looking to get started in small RC foamy airplane. I want to be able to fly it in a gym and have it be extremely slow, yet 3D and extremely aerobatic. I want to make it a four channel and out of Depron foam. Also, I want to purchase most of my electronics through hobbyking.com. Any suggestions for airplanes plans, as well as electronic components would be helpful.
I have a PKZ 4 channel radio that came with my RC Parkzone Vapor. I was wondering if i would be able to bind it with another receiver for another plane. It has DSM2 technology. Hobbyking.com has an OrangeRx R415 Spektrum DSM2 Compatible 4Ch Micro 2.4Ghz Receiver for pretty cheap and I was wondering if I would be able to use the same radio for another airplane.