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HelicopterHIROBOHirobo SDX › How does a SDX fly differently than an EVO?
02-16-2011 07:53 PM  6 years agoPost 1
jimm

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How does a SDX fly differently than an EVO?

I am a sport flyer, no 3D, and am looking at getting another 50 size heli. I have a Sceadu 30 that was upgraded to a 50 and an EVO head. I am considering a SDX and looking at a couple others.

Thanks in advance.

Jim

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02-16-2011 09:08 PM  6 years agoPost 2
hgh001

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Hi,

I have a sceudu evo 50 and have flown the several SDX's. Below a short list of differences:
* The head design is based on the Turbulance D3 design.
* Faster and better cyclic response.
* More collective available (+-15deg) BTW it can handle more than 10deg with 15% nitro at 1500m (4500ft) above sea level.
* Smoother feel than the Sceadu.
* More tail authority.

My sceadu still has 50 sx-h in and have flown several sdx's with 50 sx-h, more reserve / power on the sdx. The head handles the load much better.

My opion is based on a 3D flight style. You can't compare it with 90, but a sdx with 56YS gets close (SDX on steroids), hasn't got the stabiliy a Freya offer.

You won't regret buying a SDX, a awesome practise machine.

HGH

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02-16-2011 11:28 PM  6 years agoPost 3
payne1967

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the one thats been missed is when you dump the sdx into the floor you won't bend the feathering spindle
i've had four goes so far and the spindles as straight as a die

the sdx with the os55 is even better still than an sdx with an os50 hyper
the extra punch from the 55 makes a good heli great

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