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Old 12-02-2006, 02:56 PM   #1
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has anyone have one or heard anything about them i though i would buy one to fly inside for the winter there suppose to be 4 channel
any oppinions from anyone?????
radio shack sell them
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Old 12-02-2006, 05:00 PM   #2
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I pickup one up yesterday, its actually 3 channel and I have to admit I've had a load of fun with it so far. It does take some tweaking and there is lots of help over at RCGROUPS. Its nice and easy to fly, but not so easy that there is no challenge to it. To make it fly smooth will take some practice, but it can be done! It comes with instructions on how to increase the forward speed (but don't expect it to move very fast in forward flight) and two extra tailrotors, You will need a 9v for the TX and either a 7.5v 400mah wall wort or a load of C cells for the base/charger.
I took the spring out of the throttle gimble and found that it helped alot with throttle control, I would recommend that to anyone using this heli.
I'm on maybe my 15th charge (yes since yesterday evening) and I'm getting 7mins of unlimited flight followed by about the same of cruising around in ground effect, which is actually kind of fun.
You can fly this heli in the living room, no problem, take it around the house, but you have to be careful of any furnace draughts and remember that it will such itself into any walls/door ceilings that it get more than about 6" from.
There you have it, I'm a hapy customer and for $89 or so bucks, I've probably already got my money's worth.
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