|Jul 21, 2005, 11:13 AM|
Joined Mar 2005
Hangar 9 T-34 Mentor ARF
I have been flying R/C planes for a little over six months now. I feel confident with my trainer and I feel like I am ready to move on to a second glow-powered plane. I have flown the Parkzone electric P-51 and am comfortable with that plane as well, but I know that a glow-powered warbird like that would be out of my league. I was wondering if the Hangar 9 T-34 would be a good second or third plane. Are there any owners of the Mentor that could help me out?
|Jul 21, 2005, 11:12 PM|
Joined Jun 2005
You might be able to pilot that. Another plane that i would recomend is the
Seagull Pc-9. This is a great second or third plane. I put a magnum .52 in mine, and it is very fast.
As far as the H9 t-34 goes, its a little bit too small for me, especially since i fly off of a grass field.
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