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Old Jan 20, 2013, 09:23 PM
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Agree with smitty the whole point about buying a trainer plane is get out there and have some fun!!! Learn to fly. Crash and fix. A trainer plane does not need to be perfect. Looking back at my learning curve i was a nut and wanted everything perfect. Turns out a foamy plane like the superCub will fly awesome whether its set up perfect or beat to hell. Really dont matter in the grand scheme. Its a total blast either way. Stock motor is super fun. Throw on the 10/8 and get more performance when youre ready. Once that starts to feel slow put on some ailerons and a brushless motor. Becomes a whole new flight experience. Soon that will become slow and you look towards different models. Its a cycle you will watch other people do over and over. Main thing is just fly fly fly. Smile smile smile.
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