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imcoolman 01-05-2013 05:42 PM

How About 6 Ch RC Helis For Beginner
 
Hi everyone, I am a beginner of RC helis. After compareing several kinds of heliscopters, I am considering buying a 6CH RC helis as I find one very cool and I love it very much.

So I want to ask your guy, Is the 6 Ch RC Helis Suitable For Beginner ?


Ybenjulkay2x 01-06-2013 01:50 PM

RE: How About 6 Ch RC Helis For Beginner
 
Get simulator first before flying the heli, practice lot of it, if you crach just reset it and fly.
practice a lot. also you may get a coaxial to practice your orientation or you may use the simulator
but remember there's a different between the computer and the actual rc heli.

imcoolman 01-06-2013 07:10 PM

RE: How About 6 Ch RC Helis For Beginner
 
Thank you,Ybenjulkay2x.

I have decided to buy it as I just I find one I can affordable.

I would more like to play the real helis than virtual....<br type="_moz"/>

sonyajester 01-07-2013 12:00 AM

RE: How About 6 Ch RC Helis For Beginner
 
what if I buy a 3ch smaller and cheaper RC helicopter for practice?<div>I don't want to break an expesive heli within a week  [:o]</div>

omnidynmc 01-08-2013 01:04 PM

RE: How About 6 Ch RC Helis For Beginner
 
Try a Blade 130x for a begining cyclic heli. It is small and non-threatening but flies similar to larger ones and is BNF. Also one of the few mini helis that have a torque tube driven tail.

dooleyje 01-09-2013 05:33 PM

RE: How About 6 Ch RC Helis For Beginner
 
Blade Nano tuff little bird

Jim


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