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Screw micros, going LMH..

Old 01-15-2004, 08:56 PM
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Default Screw micros, going LMH..

Well, It just dawned on me: I don't have enough room inside to fly my Hummingbird, and it doesn't handle very well outdoors unless there is no wind whatsoever (for me anyway- I'm sorta a newbie). Anyway, I've never done the bigger nitro helis, but with realflight I can fly my tail off. I can control a XRB Lama very well too- nose in hover, FF, etc. I got my HB to hover in my house for a while, but there isn't enough room, and I end up smashing up the heli so's to avoid breaking up the walls.. When I flew outside, it tipped over while spooled up, and thats when the parts really flew: Main blade broke, tailblade, boom supports.. So, I think maybe for me, a LMH Corona will be more durable, more suitable to outdoor flight, and perhaps more stable for me to fly and do better right away.

Any of you guys fly a HB or other micro, and also fly a LMH? Is the LMH more stable?

Jason

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