Hello, I am a newbee with a HBCP2. I've had it for sometime but not really flown much but have recently taken a greater interest. I've just started hovering the HB with reasonable success but recently the tail has been acting up, part way through a hover I lose control over the tail almost as if the main rotor suddenly overcomes the capability of the tail, doesn't stop just loses the fight. Desperate to get learning again so any help is appreciated if anyone has come accross this before
I am wanting to buy a 4channel heli so i can learn the basics, once i have master those i want to start doing 3d. I have been looking at the honeybee v2 or the trex 100. They are similar price but, the honey bee is outdoor/indoor the Trex is indoor. so which would you guys recommend. please help
I recently got a new radio which has a 7 point pitch curve,i was dead happy with the old radio which has a 5 point curve,but I seem to be worse off using the 7 point curve,the new curve for 3d is set up as follows,low middle and high,all the rest is inhibited,all basic settings have been checked over and over again,cyclic 8 degrees,all these helis flew great on the old radio,my Tick tocs and tumbles have become slow and untidy not coming out neat like they used to,im sure its got something to do
Originally Posted by chariot007
Hi, I am very new to RC helicopters, I have invested in Phoenix and a DX6i tx plus a Century UK Spirit coaxial heli as well as a Lama 5 and a Century UK Razor CX helito learn on but sadly going from the Computer to the real thing hasn't worked, self teach has not happend and so I need some help and need a local club to me.
I live in Burslem, Stoke on Trent so is there any clubs local to me that can help out an old slow 49 year old who can't fly a helicopter for toffee.
Thanks and much
This is my first attempt at spraying a canopy. Maybe should have chosen a larger canopy as my first..Attachment 42892IMAG0239.jpgIMAG0240-1.jpg
And yes I like my Pink blades..
Updated 08-06-2012 at 09:15 PM by Gavalar