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Old 08-23-2014, 01:45 AM   #1
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Hello,

I'm relatively new to this hobby and am wanting to look ahead as far as getting new planes goes. Because I'm only 15, cash is short so I need a good while to save up enough money for a new plane. I just graduated from my Super Cub and am now flying a HobbyZone Glasair Sportsman, which is a relatively scale 4 channel trainer. The problem is that I'm not quite sure what to get next. 3D flying is sort of what I'm thinking I'll want to specialize in, mostly because I'm a very detail oriented person and precision aerobatics is very detailed. The plane I have my eyes on now is the ParkZone Artizan. It's basically a sport foamy meant for learning basic aerobatic maneuvers. To me, this just seems like the next logical step, with the ParkZone Sukhoi SU-29MM to follow. Would the Artizan be a good next plane to get, or would something else be better? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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If you're going to explore 3D you deserve to do it without fear. Your best way in is an EPP profile 3D plane. Chellie is your expert there and you can get in for way less than the Parkzone route.
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