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« on: May 08, 2009, 01:49:43 PM »
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Hi Guys,

How are you people doing today ?

I was thinking of buying an electric RC, would you guys please suggest me as to where to buy from ?

I liked some of the planes from jack hobbies. Especially the warbirds.. Drool

Do you knw any nice deals ? I would prefer a ready to fly kit.. Please advice, thanks

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Atul G.


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« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2009, 02:09:29 PM »
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Since your requirement is not mentioned properly, Please consult Mr. Sai from RCFORALL, he will give you best solution.
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Hi sandeep,

thanks for posting your reply, i was thinking more of a p-51d mustand

check this link - http://www.jackshobbies.in/products_big.aspx?imgid=456

Anyone has this one ? I understand am a newbee but i will be flying after practising on the simulant and i will be getting some professional help from a gliding association in pune. 

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http://www.jackshobbies.in/products_big.aspx?imgid=284 - found one more link that i might be interested in..

Where else can i look for cheap prices for the same models.

Has anyone ever ordered planes from outside of india? Please let me know your experience and the cost involved.

Kindly advice..

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Being a beginner this one http://www.jackshobbies.in/products_big.aspx?imgid=269 is a good sized plane to start off with. Its necessary to be able to fly a high-wing plane before attempting to fly a low-wing plane. Even on a simulator you will notice the difference between flying a high vs. low wing plane.

Agreed that these low wing and flat wing planes look very nice, but not the ones to start with.
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You are right, i just thought since i am buying might as well as buy a better one so that i can atleast learn a lot of things on it.

I am getting professional help, its not that am going to be flying it on my own.

I checked almost all the websites who sell rc planes, and i am totally confused now..hehe Grin

 
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Atul,

Warbirds are a different kind. They are "almost" similar to a low winger when its flown straight and level.. However, at times they tend to be tricky on take offs, landings and low speed turns. They tip stall very often at low speeds and it will get you by surprise... Not good for begineers at all!. If you want to buy that for your future needs then go ahead.. but forget flying that warbird until you could fly your trainer eyes closed.. Wink

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