Some of those guys will put several thousand into those jets. It's amazing some of the rc planes that people build.
I have a piper cub and a cosair two stroke rc that are fun to fly. I'm not ready to drop that kind of coin on some toys I play with on occasion.
Very cool, but how do they know it hits 400 mph? Just curious. It's damn impressive that the pilot has the skill to mentally keep up with something like that from a third-person perspective, on the ground.
One small boo-boo, and things could go wrong in a big hurry at those speeds. Damn.
nice to you. A great plan you have. I had any Rc Jet its contain unique functions. I just founf it out i had 'Stunt Flying' 2.4GHz. This is a learning set of three 3CH stunt RC planes with each plane gradually getting more difficult to fly. Beginners start on the easy to fly Cessna before switching the upper fuselage onto the SR-22 and finally the aerobatic Redbull. This set is suitable for new pilots to progress from basic to advanced flying. The models are tough and thanks to the li-polymer battery give long flight times perfect for learning while having fun. The fuselage is made of a mixture of EPS and EPO foams to improve flight stability and durability of the Rc Jet. The kit comes with brushed motor, 3 CH 2.4 Ghz radio set, ESC and 3.7V 1800mah battery. This setup is capable of 20-30 min of flight time per 40 minutes charge.These RC planes are 3 channel so they can move up/down and left/right as well as having variable flight speed.
I'm still with the RC cars. Every time I see footage of jets I say I need to start learning how to fly planes. I know enough open fields or parks between Staten Island and New Jersey to practice at. Did my research already on the planes I have in mind to start off with. Just getting time to fly is a problem right now, so I've held off on purchasing anything yet. I like the helicopters too. Thanks for the influence once again.
Question with the jets, being they are fast. How much of an open area do you need? Especially considering keeping it in sight.