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09-02-2003 10:14 PM  14 years agoPost 1
mnm2406

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Question - For heli users any advantage ???

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mnm

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09-02-2003 10:22 PM  14 years agoPost 2
CeeJay

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I use that feature alot out at the field. Never on my heli though.

I will say this, it blows alot of plankers minds when you use that "Whiz Bang Komputer radio", you know, the one they say that has too many buttons and such, to tach their bird for them. Yea, it's real cool to see them smile afterwards.

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09-03-2003 03:01 PM  14 years agoPost 3
Steve Campbell

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Absolutely, CeeJay.

There are a few at my club who are still suspicious of ailerons; when I unlimber the 9Z they get real nervous, as if some of it will rub off on them. I tached a model for one of them, and he looked like he couldn't decide whether to be pleased or spooked.

Tobe and I, however, have managed to convince a couple of them to buy 9Cs. Those guys are amazed and happy...

Steve

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09-03-2003 05:35 PM  14 years agoPost 4
icleanwater

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I heard last weekend that the tach on a 9Z can be used to figure out headspeed of a Hornet @ 2200 or so....... Anyone ever do this?

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