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Old 09-02-2012, 01:28 PM   #1
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Default 2nd Plane

I am Good enough on the Champ (my first plane self learner)

I want a bit more challenge is there a parkflyer size pusher jet type plane I could fly for second plane?

A slower type pusher jet ?

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Old 09-02-2012, 02:16 PM   #2
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Slow is the key for learning. Pusher Jet = FAST.

There are much better choices for learning than a fast jet model. Patience it won't be long before you are ready for the jets.

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ParkZone T28. Flies great. Not too fast, but pretty aerobatic on high rates once you're ready for it.

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If your into build and fly.....elect. balsa kit...

Just had the opportunity to fly a Stevens XS480 this morning....I'm only an intermediate pilot with SS and Piper experience...this XS480 is a fantastic trainer when all surface controls are dialed down...I'd heard of Stevens but never touched one until today....what a well constructed laser build with very predictable flight characteristics......although it's a kit, the owner (a flying buddy) clearly indicated it is a good begginer build...since I'm now starting on my first balsa Slow Stick X build...just thought 'd mention it!
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+1 on the T-28. I have the PZ version but there are several others now. Duarafly and FMS look pretty good also. It's got the improved performance and is still easy to fly. I just souped mine up after a year. Bigger motor / esc/ 4S. You can learn more maneuvers on this plane and it will keep you on your toes but without being twitchy.

If you want to enter the edf world, I recommend the Phase3 F-16 or the JPowers T-45 50mm . Easy to fly. You can always scracthbuild a " prop in the slot" pusher jet . I built 5 of them . Pretty easy to fly. I'd recommend an F-22. These do help to improve flying skills.

But for plane #2 ? I'd go with a T-28.

Still one of my fav's.

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