|Nov 11, 2012, 06:26 PM|
United States, TX, Red Oak
Joined Jan 2012
Parkflier size Electric kits?
Hi. I want to get a kit to build during winter. I need it to be around a 40" wingspan and electric. I haven't successfully built a kit so not a stick-built kit, needs to be easy to build. Please help soon as I want to order it asap.
|Nov 12, 2012, 02:30 AM|
Joined Nov 2003
Try Googling Stevens Aero and Mountain Models, see if you like any of theirs. They both have plenty of kits around that sort of size and they're nearly all very easy to build (even the "stick-built" ones ).
|Nov 30, 2012, 08:13 PM|
Ryan: how adventuresome are you? check this thread out and browse through 600+ designs that (almost) all have pdf plans you can print out and trace on Depron, fanfold or Model Plane Foam and build a good flying plane for a lot less than a store bought kit.
The guys in the scratchbuilt foamies forum are great for helping new builders with tips and tricks, and since there is a thread for each design, you can also post a question there.
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