|12-26-2010, 03:20 PM||#11|
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I am: Joel M.
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Re: Gyro discussion
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The 110 gyro is okay but it is miles better than the on board gyro on the CP pro. I have been setting up a Blade SR for a friend and it uses the 110 with a tail motor much the same as the CP pro. Check out the setup online. Small helicopters without a gyro are very difficult to control so please use every tool at your disposal to learn how to fly them. Collective pitch management is the hardest thing to learn so read everything you can get your hands on about it. Once you think you are good get a bigger chopper and move outside. I have nine since I started four years ago into helis and love them all but the bigger ones are much more capable.
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