|07-13-2008, 07:39 PM||#1|
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I would like to take this time to say Hi to all of you.
my name is Michael and I have had the interest to get into airplanes for a long time now. (mainly electric)
to me I think airplanes will bring a whole new feeling to rc, and have endless possibilitys to experience new things in the air (aswell be creative).
I realy enjoy watching everyone fly there planes on the internet and I wish to own one soon. the multiplex twinstar has been my #1 favorit from day one, im not sure why tho
in the future it would be nice to maybe experience something like fpv, or just put a camera on record and fly.
but it seems like I will have to wait for awhile still, I dont mind since I am a big newb and I can take this time to learn from all of you (altho I am anxious)
maybe someone has something for my wanted thread.
anyways I look forward and to share my first crashes, landings, experiences with all of you!
|07-13-2008, 08:26 PM||#2|
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I am: Naomi SL
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Brampton, Ontario, Canada
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Re: Hi :d
Michael, Welcome to the addiction..
First I would like to suggest you buy a flight simulator for your computer and practice at home. You can buy them at Hobby shop. The Great Plane RealFlight is a very realistic simulator to learn on . It provides you a transmitter to control your planes. It is very cost effective and save you a lot of disappointment and frustation(Crash Cost and Time to repair your plane) to learn to fly. Realflight 4.0 also has the Multiplex Twinstar as well if that's your plane you like to learn to fly on as well, there are many type of planes and helicopters.
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