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Old 01-04-2003, 03:22 AM
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I am new to R/C Copters and am thinking of making a Voyager Electric my first helicopter which would allow my to fly at my local school yard.
I am concerned with stock flight times, and want to know what all I can do to make it more efficient, eg., best brushless motor, controller, lighter and best batteries. Are lithium batteries an option here. Appreciate any thoughts or experience you might have.
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I am also new to helis, and I bought a built Voyager E.
Mine came with the new Astro Flight 020 system in it. Most seem to use a Hacker system.

If you have the dough, brushless is better. I also have a Corona kit, a great beginners heli. It is fixed pitch though, but very tough and forgiving.

I will more than likely finish seting up the Voyager to learn on, I have been using a Sim up to this point.

There are some other groups that are a little more active with E helis. The Ezone and Yahoo groups.


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