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Old 12-23-2010, 08:07 AM   #1
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Red face newbie looking for simple indoor plane

Hello everyone;

I am new to electric flight, and am eager to explore the world of indoor flight. What I am looking for is a simple 3d type foamy that will allow me to learn the basics of 3D aerobatics, while being easy and cheap to fix..... (kind of on a budget for indoor flying at the moment)......

I don't have any fancy foam cutting tools or experience as this will be my first foamy built plane, but very excited to try this aspect out. What suggestions would you offer a first time foamy builder in regards to plans for a simple 3D plane?

Thanks, and so looking forward to exploring more of this indoor foamy flight aspects.....

Dax
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Old 12-23-2010, 12:06 PM   #2
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I haven't built any 3D planes myself, but you may want to look at some of the pre-cut foam kits from Budget RC:

http://budget-rc.com/

Specifically the ULD F3P trainer, it's a bit bigger but may fit the bill for indoors.

http://www.budget-rc.com/ULD/ULD.html
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How big a space do you have to fly in?

If you're new to flying, a small room is hard to learn in...

(and by room, I mean 'barn', 'warehouse', 'gym' etc)

been there, crashed that.

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