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Old 06-03-2008, 05:42 AM   #1
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Does any one know anything good or bad about a t52 trianer by JKAerotech Thanks
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I honestly don't know anything about that plane. Never heard of it to be honest with you. If you are operating on a small budget, the GWS Slow Stick is an excellent first aircraft. It flies nice and slow and is not difficult to build. The parts are available in many places, and if you completely destroy it in a crash, the whole kit (slope flier) can be bought for under $20.

The "cheap route":

The Plane: ($18.90) http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products...dID=GWSAE0018I

Power System: ($28.00) http://www.headsuprc.com/servlet/the...--Motor/Detail

Prop Saver: ($3) Not necessary, but can save some money spent on props. I recommend.

Props: ($8.20 for 5)

Total: $58.10

Last would be your battery. That's a personal choice item. Many would recommend a LiPo battery (as would I) as they are more powerful and compatible for future use. They can be purchased from headsuprc.com also, as well as many other places and will require a Lipo charger. Just be mindful of the handling requirements of the lipo batteries. If you decide to go this route, feel free to ask questions.

Hope this helps. Good luck.
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