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Old 06-27-2008, 10:50 PM   #11
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Dear Brian, i was reading about the little issue that you have when you get in panic, this is actually a regular problem where all pilots have been through, my advice is to practice a little more in the sim, not just to hover or fly around that at certain point might seem to you a little boring but this will help you fingers to get used to the mouvements with your radio, this will create a sort of MEMORY in your fingers and once you develop memory and confidence enough you won't have to concentrate a lot on what you're flying and specially if you are thinking that you are going to crash, usually in new pilots most of the crashes happen because by trying to overconcentrate they get nervous and panic, Just let your fingers go and eventually you will feel how they react sometimes as by instinct.

Fly with confidence and forget all fears just take it easy, flying helis is actually the most difficult thing to do in this hobby, it will take you a good while but believe me it is worth it.


good advice jess
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Old 04-12-2009, 02:07 PM   #12
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Re: Training Gear

I'm also new to this Hobby and have the same uneasy feeling everytime I'm about to lift off. Here's a web site that I found very informative and might help you also.

I suggest leaving the training gear on until you feel more confident.
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