|Jul 13, 2007, 03:07 PM|
Advice on the wild hawk?
Does anyone here have any advice or recommendations about the wild hawk?
It looks like an easy star, but is less than half the price. Does this look like a good buy for a beginner, or should I stick with an Easystar or a super cub?
Thanks for and help that you can give!
|Jul 13, 2007, 08:34 PM|
it is a great plane to learn on, and can't beat the price. There is a thread on it, just search for in in the ''Search'' engine.
I don't have that plane, but have heard it is a good flyer.
|Jul 13, 2007, 11:03 PM|
I'm glad to hear that, because I picked one up at harbor freight after work today. I already took it up for a quick maiden flight, and she flew great. This was my first time flying anything better than a yellow bee or a simulator. I flew two laps around the field, and brought her in for a nice landing. I could not be happier. I figure I must be really lucky, because most people who take a plane out for the first time without an instructor come home with many pieces of plane. I will keep everyone posted on my progress in learning, and my thoughts of the Wild Hawk.
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