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I'll go over every plane I've ever built and flown. I've listed the aircraft in the order that I built them. Just a hobbiest voicing his opinion on his aircraft. :)

FT-22

This is the first RC aircraft I ever built. Even though it was a speed built kit, I was still incredibly proud of it. It very quickly became too heavy for it too fly well, but even so it hung in their as a floater real well. I've got a 109 Airforce paint scheme on it.

FT-22

FRC Su-37 Mk2

This bad boy is fast. Unfortunately I built and flew this guy before I had the skill to control it. Nonetheless, I had tons of fun while it was airworthy.

FRC Su-37 Mk2

RC Powers F-35 V3

RC Powers did a great job of designing this guy. It's the perfect combination of chillax, and manuverable. The giant lifting central body makes it easy for low speed cruising, while the massive control surfaces give it plenty of capability to pull off stunts.

RCP F-35 V3

UAV Trainer

I built this guy in one afternoon, with no real regard for design, just wanted to get it in the air as fast as possible. It turned out a little ugly, and a little tail heavy, so it didn't do too well as a trainer. However, it had plenty of cargo area. Thus, I converted it into a UAV. Off of this platform, I became familiar with UAV operations for fixed wing aircraft.

UAV Trainer

FT Tiny Trainer

Great trainer honestly. You can cruise at ~10 % throttle with ease.

FT Tiny Trainer

FT-22 Mini

I've built two now, and these fly like mad men, nothing like their older brother. If you've got them trimmed up though, they'll spin, roll and flip all day.

Mini FT-22

FT Vector

Think of it as a slower mft22, that's a little more forgiving to fly. You're likely to lose more altitude in a roll though.

FT Vector

FT Arrow

The old 3s System on the left, the current Mk2 4s system on the right.

FT Arrow

F86 Mk2

My pride and pleasure, but definitely the scariest to fly.

F86 Mk2