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Old 05-14-2013, 12:10 AM
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Hi does anyone know of any good beginner planes I haven't had any experience with R/C planes. I need a plane that can take a fair bit of wind and preferably balsa it also needs to be within my budget of about $200-$300 dollars.
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Old 05-14-2013, 01:45 AM
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Ya... I have the rc plans which is designed by high performance scale aerobatics and High-quality balsa and plywood material construction. If you want to buy R/C planes so visit rchighperformancehobbies.com.au. It gives you verities of plans in your budget.
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Originally Posted by doofis200
Hi does anyone know of any good beginner planes I haven't had any experience with R/C planes. I need a plane that can take a fair bit of wind and preferably balsa it also needs to be within my budget of about $200-$300 dollars.
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Yeah i got a good trainer plane i will sell you
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Old 05-15-2013, 11:33 PM
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There are many different radio rc aircraft such as gliders, trainers, warbirds and stunt controlled planes. There are almost rc planes of different categories as well. Their prices are very low when compared with other rc planes. First you tell me which kind of plane you want??
Their specifications features etc.
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Old 05-16-2013, 01:40 AM
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I'm Just looking for some recommendations of planes for a first time flyer I am usually a car guy but I've been interested in R/C flight for a while and I just wanted to ask if anyone had any recommendations for a beginner so a trainer plane with a wingspan of around 1000mm and preferably balsa
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Then i would recommend you the Dyna Hawksky with its brushless motor is the perfect trainer for beginners who want a rc plane, they can learn, but is also capable of impressive stunts. With 4 CH and a 2.4GHz rc Hawk Sky is powerful, strong and it has a 1370 wingspan and a brushless motor, it offers a great combination of power and control.
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I think 4 channel will be better for beginners, there are many affordable rc planes for beginners. I think you should go for HobbyZone Super Cub DSM RTF that will not cost you more than $120.
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In my recommendations Super Cub is best for a first plane. It's ready to fly so you don't need anything else in order to get one up in the air. They are made of foam, so get a bottle of "Foam Safe CA" glue and just keep gluing stuff back together when it breaks.
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Originally Posted by berrymartin
In my recommendations Super Cub is best for a first plane. It's ready to fly so you don't need anything else in order to get one up in the air. They are made of foam, so get a bottle of "Foam Safe CA" glue and just keep gluing stuff back together when it breaks.
Hey Berry.. I think that the product which you mentioned over here seems quite interesting . It will be more useful if u can upload any picture or video of that particular product. Can you do that ??
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"Mini Cessna - Brushless 2.4GHz RTF SKU: KMNCE01-1" is the best plane for the beginners and for the proffesionals as well.The Mini Cessna RC plane with is relatively small – wing span of 540mm, but large at heart. It now comes fitted with the brand new 3G3X automatic flight stabilisation system. This model is agile and will perform all kinds of aerobatic stunts and tricks.
Its price is just € 84,98.

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Originally Posted by Andy159
"Mini Cessna - Brushless 2.4GHz RTF SKU: KMNCE01-1" is the best plane for the beginners and for the proffesionals as well.The Mini Cessna RC plane with is relatively small wing span of 540mm, but large at heart. It now comes fitted with the brand new 3G3X automatic flight stabilisation system. This model is agile and will perform all kinds of aerobatic stunts and tricks.
Its price is just 84,98.
Thanks Andy... That seems quite interesting plane. I really looking forward to buy it. Can you please upload any picture of this model plane so that it's been easy for me to choose.
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Thanks Andy... That seems quite interesting plane. I really looking forward to buy it. Can you please upload any picture of this model plane so that it's been easy for me to choose.
Here are some pics of my plane , i will post pics while flying it later.
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Here are some pics of my plane , i will post pics while flying it later.
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A very nice pics. I really like it and I do find it quite interesting to see this. Thanks for sharing Andy.
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Originally Posted by doofis200
Hi does anyone know of any good beginner planes I haven't had any experience with R/C planes. I need a plane that can take a fair bit of wind and preferably balsa it also needs to be within my budget of about $200-$300 dollars.
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I was in same problem my dear but then i have visit of 2 or 3 shops with my friend then i got a nice one for me in given range.........
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Originally Posted by doofis200
Hi does anyone know of any good beginner planes I haven't had any experience with R/C planes. I need a plane that can take a fair bit of wind and preferably balsa it also needs to be within my budget of about $200-$300 dollars.
Thanks
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Dear
In the budget,you can buy some aircraft from rc4y.com
Secommend at first: skywalker 1900
the rc plans is designed for FPV.

Secommend second: SkySoldier airplane
FRP fuselage balsa wood wing,good quality.
More,Pls visit us.
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