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Posted by FoxProGT | Aug 31, 2017 @ 04:04 AM | 5,827 Views
#11 After 10 planes i go back to a trainer? Before i got the Sport Cub S2, this was the plane i decide to get back into the hobby with. Finding a cheap used DX6i transmitter changed my decision into getting something i thought would be more grass friendly. (The Sport cub S2). Getting a chance to fly a buddys Apprentice, i knew i wanted one of my own when the right deal comes along, plus this would be the plane id use to train any friends or family that might be curious about the hobby. EXCELLENT trainer! A great first plane for just about anyone. Easy to work on and put together. Easy to fly, easy to land. The thing nearly glides like a glider.
Posted by FoxProGT | Aug 31, 2017 @ 03:42 AM | 6,895 Views
#10! Another glider to compare my FlyZone Calypso too. A Volantex Phoenix Evolution 2 in 1 glider (pic is in its 1600mm form). It comes with a center wing piece to expand the wingspan to 2600mm. This glider has a blow molded fuselage ,a far more rigid wing, its faster and has a more sporty roll rate then the Calypso but is much heavier as well. The Calypso is lighter and more floaty so is easier to keep in the air compared to the Phoenixs with the 1600 wing on.
Posted by FoxProGT | Aug 31, 2017 @ 03:22 AM | 5,405 Views
Plane #9 E-flite Carbon z Cessna 150. This was an impulse buy. This thing is huge! To big for my hanger really. This plane is easy to fly and very nimble for its size. With a big enough flying area, it can be someones first plane. This plane is best on its final. Its so easy and fun to grease the landings. Unfortunately i can't keep it due to its size.