Re: So what should my next plane be?
On 3/18/2004 9:15 PM Ted shuffled out of his cave and grunted these
great (and sometimes not so great) words of knowledge:
Check out Hobby Lobby. They have several aileron models - "Lil Luscomb,
Super Cub, Crazy 8, Grumbler, etc. Depends on what you are looking for.
> I've think I've gotten pretty good in the past several weeks flying my AeroBird
> about. Yeah yeah, I know, "not a real plane..." but anyway I feel like I've
> kind of hit a dead end in terms of being able to do anything new with it, and
> was wondering what people recommend for a next step. I am tempted to go get a
> kit to outfit with the remnants of my GWS PicoStik FD (the "Red Baron Eindecker"
> electric http://www.gws.com.tw/english/produc...ly/stick-f.htm). I kind of
> have my eye on a Sig Rascal and was hoping that my servos and reeceiver from the
> GWS would be enough to power the flight control surfaces of the Rascal. Then on
> the other hand, I am also wanting to dice into the "real world" of ailerons -
> what is a good electric model around this size that is fairly forgiving, yet
> gives a relative newbie the feel of all 4 channels in operation?
> Thanks in advance,
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