My_Digital_Paradise
OK Just posted in what I flew today and now I'm trying to decide what to fly next.

Lost the trusty Mig 29 V2 today and am trying to pick out the next build. I have the plans for the V3's but figure I'll jump to the V5's instead. I'm querying for help to decide which will fit my flying the best. My V2 flew like it was on rails

But it was also very maneuverable and was great at High Alpha flying. I am up for suggestions as to which of the current generation planes is both solid and maneuverable for an experienced pilot.

I've had good luck with the Mig-29 series but do not want to reject others as possible upgrades.
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My_Digital_Paradise
RIP
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JettaManDan
guess it depends on what you want to do...higher speed? more aerobatics? more slow speed (high alpha stuff) - the FRC new Mig 29 with the twin tail motors looks amazing. I love the SU-34 V4 as a big floater parkjet if you want something slower...the F-22's are all awesome as well and look great in the air. World of possibilities.

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My_Digital_Paradise
That is what I'm trying to decide. The Mig 29 V2 flew like it was on rails but would also roll, loop, flip, high alpha the works. II'mbuilding 3 but a twin motor would reduce me to 2. Not a no but decisions to be made. I have two of the standard 2200 kv motors and my trusty old micro jet V3. I.also have a mega ized motor coming from hobby king to replace the one that burned up. I will check your thread onthe twin motor option.
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Wildthing
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That is what I'm trying to decide. The Mig 29 V2 flew like it was on rails but would also roll, loop, flip, high alpha the works. II'mbuilding 3 but a twin motor would reduce me to 2. Not a no but decisions to be made. I have two of the standard 2200 kv motors and my trusty old micro jet V3. I.also have a mega ized motor coming from hobby king to replace the one that burned up. I will check your thread onthe twin motor option.

Not if you build your motor mounts like Airflow does, all interchangeable and held in with zip ties, easy swap over.
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My_Digital_Paradise
Possibility but I like permanent mounts. The fire started from the motor breaking free, prop sliced wires, shorted out on me.
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