|Sep 20, 2009, 01:12 PM|
Joined Apr 2008
Looking for a good trainer ..
I'm looking for a good, basic trainer.(for my 9 years old daughter)
something that will be around 600 - 700 gr. (21 - 25 oz) - flying weight.
Very stable and good for beginners.
Hopefully wingspan of 50 inch or so.
(It may be with airfoil if the wing is straight. I can cut foam from templates)
Must be something with good flying characteristics.
|Sep 20, 2009, 06:24 PM|
For beginners you be well advised to avoid prop-out-front designs. Blu Beagle, Park Shark, and Frog are good starters and you won't need a box of spare props and motors.
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