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    Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR

    Any advice you can offer would be appreciated. Also, I have a Spectrum DX6, or DX6i, I can't remember which one, but can this Tx be used with this heli and is it a better option than using the Tx that comes with the RTF kit? Thanks.

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    RE: Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR

    I don't know about the dx6, but the Dx6i would be much better than the tx that comes with the rtf version.

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    RE: Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR

    Great step up from the coaxials, and big enough to take SOME wind outside, but doesn't require expert skills.

    DX6i would be good. I think (may be wrong) the original DX6 was 1st generation DSM, and the SR120 requires a transmitter with DSM2. The RTF is crap, don't get it.
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    RE: Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR


    ORIGINAL: sgsterling

    Great step up from the coaxials, and big enough to take SOME wind outside, but doesn't require expert skills.

    DX6i would be good. I think (may be wrong) the original DX6 was 1st generation DSM, and the SR120 requires a transmitter with DSM2. The RTF is crap, don't get it.
    I won't have a choice but to get the RTF if my DX6 isn't compatible....can the DX6 be upgraded to DSM2 or DSMX?

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    RE: Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR

    Get the heli, you will like it. Nuff said!

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    RE: Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR

    Thumbs Up from me, I just started flying copters a couple weeks ago, a buddy of mine got me hooked/sold me one of his mcx2's [X(][X(][X(]and last week I had to go buy the SR120, I don't know the difference yet but I am flying it with the cheap transmitter that came with the mcx2 and it works/flies great... but I'm sure it would be fly better with a nicer trans though.
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    RE: Thinking about getting a Blade 120 SR

    Wow, I completely forgot about this site...posts are so infrequent it's easy to forget about...I did get the 120 and I'm enjoying every minute of it!


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