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Old Nov 30, 2011, 02:35 PM
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Parkzone night vapour

Ive recently brought the night vapour from kings lyn model shop online.
I have to say i never thought i would get into planes but this one is pretty fun as you can fly it slow enough in the house. I have been recommended to upgrade to the cub J3 motor to give it the extra power to hover. Its good enough for now though.
I also purchased a DX6i with a receiver and brought an F16 jet too. Im not opening that until xmas though.
I think i may go for the F27 Q sooner or later. Il stick with the vapour for now and the F16 64mm ducted fan.
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Old Nov 30, 2011, 04:21 PM
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I don't know if you want to go from a night vapor to a 64mm edf jet, even if you have sim time- you should get an aileron trainer first, like a parkzone t-28(micro or parkflyer), and then maybe something a bit faster and more responsive, like a stryker, or a wildcat. Good luck whatever you go with!
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Old Dec 01, 2011, 02:28 PM
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F16 jet

The jet is only a 3 channel. I fly helicopters anyway so am used to the controls of 4 and 6 channels even when facing me. I love speed. The vapour was just an excuse to fly in the house really and wind the miss's up lol. She is used to helicopters flying around. Even if i crashed the jet it was only 60 from a model job called end of the line RC, so i could always get another as they have loads in stock nobody wants as they dont make them no more. I will look into the t-28, and the stryker later on. Looks rapid. Heard that the servo rod pads are glued onto the paint of the wing and come off after a couple of flights. Bad design i suppose but an easy fix. Something for the future. Im into everything at the moment. Just need a boat,bike and a tank now,alread have heli's, planes,and cars.
If you see my blog around xmas saying the f-16 is smashed to pieces then you can have a good laugh! lol
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Old Dec 01, 2011, 10:21 PM
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Lol, good luck!
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