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Old Feb 11, 2013, 02:39 AM
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Originally Posted by cloud_9 View Post
Six hours to make it fly well? I'd need 60 hours! Of flight instruction, that is....

I don't think he saved $400 though, the Hobbistar 71" ARF is 169, and the SIG LT-40 70" is $210.
Hmm, yes. I was basing on premium balsa 3D ARF plane wingspan/cost

Still, a lot of people will buy $100 cheaper for each part for a savings of a lot, then they will go to what they should have had in the first place in 3 months to a year (or 3)
It's a long and costly road that a lot of people have walked down. Myself included. If I wanted it, nothing you have said today would have steered me from this crummy trainer when I started flying again about 6-7 years ago. I'm pretty stupid TTYTT.
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