hobbico aero cruiser is it good starter? NEWBI

Discussion in 'RC Aircraft & Watercraft' started by eef mcglikn, Sep 28, 2003.

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  1. eef mcglikn

    eef mcglikn New Member

    new to rc plane flying...kids got me an hobbico aero cruiser...i have crashed it about ten times....and kinda have a rough feel of how to fly it....kinda :)

    IS THIS THE RIGHT PLANE TO BEGIN WITH ? I HAVE TO STAY ELECTRIC any thoughts would help

    thanks

    eef[8)]
  2. david_plane

    david_plane New Member

    ahhh if i were you i would go with a gas powered if you could much funer and faster but that is if you could
  3. Fastsky

    Fastsky Member

    Sorry to say that the plane is flimsy and underpowered. It needs a good wind to provide lift or it just won't fly. Many of those electric planes are made to be very light at the expense of strength and size. I have seen some high performance electric planes but they would be too fast and frisky for someone to learn on. Most flyers start with a 60 to 70" glow powered plane and then switch to epowered planes after if they want to slow things down. If you are stuck with e powered planes then maybe look into a plane called a Zagi. They fly well and the material that they are made of is pretty tough.:D
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