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Old Jul 14, 2011, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by UNGN View Post
If you want to learn Knife edge or inverted flight or hovering, trying to learn on a sukhoi or polecat will more than likely end up with a broken plane after a few flights.

The 300 flies so much slower, so you can see what you are doing and see any mistakes you are making with time to correct them before you crash.

You can have HUGE control throws with the 300 and with a little expo, it doesn't feel twitchy at all.

Once you get the muscle memory down for aerobatics, you can try them on faster, twitchier planes and you'll know what to expect and how to react.
that sounds really appealing to me ... i do love slow-flying. i also have a Night Vapor and i love how slow it crawls
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