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Old 09-18-2014, 04:08 AM
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Hello everyone. This is the first time I have visited the heli forum here. I am an experienced 7 year heli pilot with fully collective pitch machines. I fly a Thunder Tiger 450 and an Align Trex 550. I'm into high performance 3d planes also. Andy at first I thought you were into getting a CP heli. A quadcopter is really not a helicopter. They don't work the same way. My brother bought a Husban quad just like yours. I've flown it a number of times. Seems to be a good quad for the money. Here is a suggestion for you. Don't fly in any high wind. At high altitude even a low wind can carry it out of range before you fly it back.
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Old 01-04-2017, 01:31 PM
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Blade nano QX is probably the best for learning stick movements. It takes a beating too.
I agree with your answer
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