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Old 02-09-2013, 09:21 AM
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Hi. Can you guys give me some advice on wc shld I get..I am planning or thinking of getting an align trex heli, been flying my 120sr and I think its time to get a better and more powerful one... It shld be:
1. CP
2. Could resist(fly) wind of say at 15-20mph?
3. 450 I think is a good size?
4. Flybarless.
5. Can hover smoothly.

I am not going to do some stunts yet at the moment. I just love to watch heli hovering smoothly.

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The 450 is perfect to my taste..its not to small and not to big. I don't know about hovering smoothly though at 15-20 mph winds. at those gust it will move around, maybe a flybarr heli might help you a bit since you are not doing any 3D.
Old 02-09-2013, 12:56 PM
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The 450 is perfect to my taste..its not to small and not to big. I don't know about hovering smoothly though at 15-20 mph winds. at those gust it will move around, maybe a flybarr heli might help you a bit since you are not doing any 3D.
Flying in those winds isn't too bad, but landing is a bi*c#!

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ORIGINAL: tonyboyp3

The 450 is perfect to my taste..its not to small and not to big. I don't know about hovering smoothly though at 15-20 mph winds. at those gust it will move around, maybe a flybarr heli might help you a bit since you are not doing any 3D.

Yeah tonyboy looks like the 450 is a good size..Thoa flybar is good thing,Id like the fbl for future, but I like to hover much, I am open to 3d but notyet at the moment since Im still a noob....plus I read on some forumsthat it saves batt too? and less onparts..
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ORIGINAL: tonyboyp3

The 450 is perfect to my taste..its not to small and not to big. I don't know about hovering smoothly though at 15-20 mph winds. at those gust it will move around, maybe a flybarr heli might help you a bit since you are not doing any 3D.
Flying in those winds isn't too bad, but landing is a bi*c#!

Joaquin

hi Joaquin, do you mean it will crash? or just hard to land it?
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Check out the Tarot 450 fbl, I've heard good things about them, 20 mph winds it will get pushed around and be a pain to land
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I've had 450's 500 and currently fly a 550e Fbl 3 g v1
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ORIGINAL: augerin2

Check out the Tarot 450 fbl, I've heard good things about them, 20 mph winds it will get pushed around and be a pain to land

I see.... I think I know what you guys are sayin'..

I will look at thos helis..
thanks augerin2
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yes, i got the same opinion as you, The 450 is a perfect choice.

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