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Multiplex Fun Cub

Manufacturer: Multiplex

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charles smith 102/08/2010 12:49:44
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does any one know any good eleteric planes for beginners
Romeo Whisky02/08/2010 13:14:18
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The very best electric trainers for a beginner in my view are the Multiplex EasyStar and/or the Multiplex EasyCub.    I and my flying pal started with the EasyStar and it was a marvellous entry-level model.  The EasyCub was not available back then, but it is just as forgiving and can do roll-off take-offs from short grass too.  Both are also great fun to fly and not as boring as some initial trainers.
Reno Racer02/08/2010 17:39:33
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Seagull Innovator or E-pioneer, very tough trainers and both fly very well. Made of ply and balsa, so a bit more 'traditional' than the foamy toy looking ones. Both will also do aerobatics, with increased throws and more power, so no need to throw it away once you've passed your A test with it.

I had a Seagull innovator and that thing was as tough as old boots. big, plus, its only about £50 for the airframe.

charles smith 105/08/2010 18:04:56
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what about mooving on traners
Romeo Whisky06/08/2010 09:11:01
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Posted by Charles Smith:- "what about mooving on traners"
Not sure what you mean Charles.
David Davis18/08/2010 06:43:24
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E-flite Apprentice.
Very forgiving, goes where you put it, does basic aeros, tough in a crash.

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