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Old Dec 02, 2010, 05:15 PM
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Oh you pull BACK on the stick?
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First thing is first, if you get a 4ch plane, guess what's gonna happen? your gonna crash
if you get a 3ch plane, guess what's gonna happen? your gonna crash

It doesn't matter in the end, if your really into it, and determined, you'll learn to fly no matter what (as long as you don't do something really illogical like buying a jet for a first plane)

Personally in my opinion, if your teaching yourself to fly, by yourself, 3ch is the best option, your going to do what you want to do anyway though, so I suggest being strategic about whatever you buy, remember what I said about crashing? you'll need parts, and just guessing, that Cessna you posted will have parts rather difficult to obtain, you crash it and say for example break the motor mount, that's a flight-killing problem, and it could take months to get a replacement part, get a starter-plane with readily available parts, I guess would be my point......
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