|Sep 03, 2014, 10:45 AM|
Joined Apr 2003
Recommend First Electric Park Flyer
Can someone recommend a first electric plane (I have flown gliders before)?
- be tough
- be arf
- have big wheels to allow take-off from grass
- have a reasonable flight-time (if possible at least ten minutes)
|Sep 03, 2014, 11:19 AM|
Take a look at the Flyzone Super Cub....nice size 1220mm(48"w/s), well built/strong, easy to modify inexpensively for added power & time aloft, & can handle the grass with ease(4" tundra). Look at my post on the Flyzone Super Cub thread or the review on MotionRC's website.
|Sep 03, 2014, 01:27 PM|
Check out West Michigan Park Fliers.
Their Highland will take a beating, you can put tundra tires on it if you want.
They are great people to deal with, if you get confused, give them a call, they will answer all questions.
|Sep 03, 2014, 05:28 PM|
I am terribly sorry. I didn't read where the OP was from. Oh drats, I hate when that happens. I thought I was doing better at catching those things, but again, I goofed.
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