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Old 05-30-2005, 01:48 PM   #11
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ANY time!!

I always like to see people get into 3D'ing helis! Another good way to get into flying is watch the Toronto guys fly, it's free. They are always willing to help.

P.S. what are you flying?
I read through the articles on the ScotiaBladerunner web site. It's very informative and is definitely a good place to start.

I have a Raptor 30 and a x-cell Pro Gasser (both are not good 3D'ers) which have been grounded for quite sometime. In fact I had quit nitro/gas and switched to electric and micro a few years ago. Upon reading the materials, most of the 3D maneuvers are best performed at high altitude, and with a micro it's just hard to see at high altitude. Maybe it's time to switch back again. Micro just isn't a good choice for 3D training.

And of course, I know it's best to try out the maneuvers on the sim first. Don't ask me how I know.
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Old 05-30-2005, 05:55 PM   #12
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When I started into flying 3D I was flying a rappy 30 v1. I soon realized that I needed something a little more aggressive and moved to a rappy 80 with a 60 tail boom.
As much as I do not like sending people to other webpages, www.runryder.com is a great webpage for any heli guys.
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Old 06-14-2005, 05:51 PM   #13
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The long awaited Teambob00 IRCHA 2004 DVD is finally here!
Thursday March 10th, 2005
Bought my copy and must say that it's GREAT! Lots of terrific flying and excellent production. Well worth the money and lots of fun! Two thumbs WAY UP!
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