Thread: Discussion FMS 40" Cessna 182
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Old Jan 04, 2013, 12:48 PM
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Since my forced exodus from Port St. Lucie and my return to Florida (Orlando) I've been only flying my Parkzone T28D and rebuilt Habu... with occasional test flights (Phase 3 EF-16, Banana Hobby Pitts, Electrifly Gee Bee, UMXes). I plan to get another high-wing plane - something like a Taylorcraft. This FMS was too underpowered for a beginner like me.

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Originally Posted by tta flyer View Post
I plan on keeping it for scale flying, but I already have thoughts swirling in my head for a second plane. Obviously I need something that's still a solid, stable flyer, but I'd like something that can handle the basic aerobatics more naturally.
Check out the Flyzone Acro-Wot or Millennium Master. Any of the newer Parzkone warbids are pretty stable too. Avoid the Gee Bee... it's insanely difficult to land without nosing over. The Banana Hobby Pitts is also super easy to fly, but quality issues and poor landing gear prevent me to recommending it as a second plane.
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