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Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

Old 07-13-2008, 11:16 PM
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Default Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

i m interest in Walkera 1#B 2.4GHz helicopter, any good suggestion to to order from ? Also , anyone owned this helicopter too. I would like to get more information for this helicopter.
Old 07-14-2008, 07:17 PM
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Default RE: Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

I have the 1#b 72MHz (not the 2.4GHz) and it's a pretty decent little heli. The 2.4GHz version looks even better.
It's only downside is the tail motor rather than a belt driven tail like the 1#a.

If you have the money, spring for the 1#a.

I would buy from airbornerc.com.au in Australia or ehirobo.com
Old 07-14-2008, 10:37 PM
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Default RE: Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

Thanks VulcanGrey. I would have a look for these 2 online shop.
Once i have ordered and received i will share more opinion here.
Old 07-15-2008, 07:25 PM
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Default RE: Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

I've crashed my 1#b many times, and it is easy to fix, and easy to get parts for now. AirborneRC, Ehirobo, and Xheli have parts.

It's pretty tough and a nice simple design, without all the un-necessary components of the older designs like the 22E.

The balance of the original 72MHz 1#b was tail heavy, so I removed the battery cage and velcroed the battery further forward. The tail motor is actually fairly sensitive, though it will never be as good as a belt driven tail rotor with variable pitch blades and a proper gyro.

It is very light weight for it's size and has good performance, without being too fragile IMO.
Old 07-27-2008, 10:49 PM
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Default RE: Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

the weight for this helicopter is very light . My one is not in 72Mhz. It comes with 2.4GHz transmitter. I have also upgrade my helicopter into metal version.
Old 09-28-2008, 06:00 AM
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Default RE: Walkera 1#B 2.4GHZ helicopter

Well, i'm very new to flying these awesome beast.... Got my 1#B last week, and it really supprised my how sensitive it is. It's very much a pin point feel to fly, and by no means have i mastered this beast. Very agile, response and FAST. In fact way to much for my liking straight out of the box, so gonna dial it down abit during he process of chaging all the broken bits!!



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