|Aug 02, 2012, 04:01 PM|
Joined May 2005
Which of these F-86 to get?
Now leaving out the discussion of where I the listed seller of these, what would you recommend for a large back yard, I'd also prefer the one that could slow up a bit as I'm not into speed.
Mini-F86 with Gyro:
Where I fly is 2 acres completly surrounded by trees, but it can get breezy sometimes. My skill level is I fly a 40" Foamy Corsair with no problems and am starting to do things like knife edges, but still fly pretty boring circuits. I really enjoy flying as slow as possible...sounds silly but I enjoy it.
|Aug 04, 2012, 12:00 AM|
not gonna lie to you..these little little edf's are pretty fast...!! i have the nano f-86. and to get the full enjoyment out of it, i need alot more than 2 acres they do not fly so well if you want to fly slow ! these are a blast to fly ! just find you a big ol field...
|Aug 04, 2012, 01:22 AM|
The Art-Tech model is the only F86 one that has my respect simply because they didn't make bass mouth inlets like JPower/SkyAngel and they have properly proportioned wings unlike the Great Planes model. I don't have one, but if I did, it would be the Art-Tech model.
It is supposedly a little more sluggish than the others but I like scale.
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