|Jan 26, 2012, 05:45 AM|
Joined Jan 2012
Art-Tech Cessna 182 500 Class or 400 class?
So this plane would be for my dad, hes had quite a few hours on our old aerobird xtreme, and now wants to move up to something.
This would be the plane to last him a while, hence a full channel model. He will mainly just want to fly circuits and touch and goes.
Anyone have any experience with these planes? Reviews seem to give them good ratings.
Just looking for some input as to which would be a better buy. Cheers
|Jan 26, 2012, 06:09 AM|
Scroll down just a bit, there's the 'Similar Threads' list, there may already be a thread there that helps.
Bigger planes with more power tend to fly better, and handle the wind better.
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