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There are a lot of ways to make radio controlled aircraft at a much more reasonable cost than the ready to fly kits you can buy.

Whereas the kit may cost you upwards of £50 to £100 a little DIY and ingenuity can reduce that to less than £10.

The radio and receiver can be bought for around £40 and will last you for many years.

Hobby King and many other suppliers will have many options for you.

http://www.hobbyking.co.uk/hobbyking/store/index.a...

This video covers a few small tips to reduce costs even further.

http://www.flitetest.com/

have many how to videos and free to down load plans.

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