begginerarf help

Discussion in 'RC Aircraft & Watercraft' started by paulio, Feb 25, 2004.

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  1. paulio

    paulio Guest

    i need some help pcking an rc trainer
    i was thinking the h9 solo cause thats what my instructer thinks
    is it good
    any other ideas
    if you have the plane and want to sell it (any rc trainer) post or email me (with pics) at plkap74@aol.com
  2. InsaneMcClain

    InsaneMcClain New Member

    I got the RCM Trainer .40
    Havn't flown it yet, but I like how it is so far. Just got the engine started today.
  3. Fastsky

    Fastsky Member

    I have been an istructor for 3 years now and found that any of the balsa trainers seem to work well. The best is still the Sig LT40 or the LT25. An advanced trainer that would also work well is the Avistar if you keep the throttle setting at 1/2 or lower. If you don't the plane becomes a very fast untrainer like flyer! I was training some newbies on my LT25 and had a wheel problem develop. It was not field repairable so I switched the other plane that I brought to the field which was a Cessna 182 for training for the rest of the day. Except for having to get the plane out of some unexpected spins once in a while the training went pretty well!:D
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