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HelicopterFlybar Rotor Head Systems › Where are all of my flybar friends?
05-29-2017 10:45 AM  85 days agoPost 21
rcglo1

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Broadford, Victoria, Australia

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flybar with 3sx

after a lot of yes no yes and talking to other rc helicopter nuts I am going to pull out my aurora 9 gear and go with Futaba s-bus with a 3sx tail- head control unit, which will cut down on a lot of wires in the under floor part of the Hirobo Bell47g. this does have paddles and I was told this will work very well by BavarianDEMON CO Germany. so they are saying it will make it more stable. Of course i need to deactivate the flybarless software! so how can i go wrong? better than lawn bowls.need to get a joy stick.

http://www.youtube.com/user/rcglo1?feature=mhee#p/a/u/0/tjylNcHuqX8

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05-30-2017 03:39 AM  84 days agoPost 22
slickporsche

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Where are all of my flybar friends?

I still fly lots of antiques, that use a flybar, and its great, and my x-cell 60, and pro II K will do a hover hands off. I learned to fly FBL with a Kavan Jet Ranger(crap), then a GMP Legend, that I wore out. I still fly FBL, but I like being the "pilot in command", not some electronic crap. Less electronics is always best in my opinion. I need to find another GMP Legend new in the box. They fly much like a full size.

I see this hobby as being very trendy, which is not my bag. The Chinese are also busy steering this hobby in a direction they prefer. So sad! I will continue to fly FB and nitro even if I need to Manufacture my own.

I agree that Hirobo is excellent, and have owned a couple. MA, and Hirobo are in my opinion, top of the heap. Much less maintenance if any at all.

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08-12-2017 05:06 PM  10 days agoPost 23
Jim-bob

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Little Hocking OH USA

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I have a couple FBL machines. But, I dusted off my Vibe 50 last weekend. Pulled the engine for a bearing replacement and before I knew it was dark outside and I was heating up the oven to get the bearing out. Haven't had so much fun in a while. Flew the snot out of it the next day and every day since. These machines have so much character that is missing from the current crop of electrics. At least for me anyway

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08-12-2017 05:11 PM  10 days agoPost 24
Richardmid1

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Leeds, England

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Well said!

60% of the time, it works every time!

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08-12-2017 08:54 PM  10 days agoPost 25
payne1967

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uk

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at a scale fun fly today that was a little windy 90% of the heli's that flew
all had flybars

member of save the flybar foundation

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08-13-2017 01:05 AM  10 days agoPost 26
PaulBowen

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East coast Australia.

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That sounds like a great fun fly. The more I fly my flybar helicopters the more I like them. The Hirobo heads are a work of art.

I think with the downturn in heli flying we will notice more of us diehards flying flybar and glow.

I have been really enjoying the catalogues on the vrhc.co.uk website. I would love to fly a Concert 60SR II, they look like a lot of fun. So many interesting models have given way for the now bland and over simplified FBL electrics. Although I am quite obsessed with this hobby there would barely be any new helicopters I would want to own. For me we are down to Hirobo and Quest. Nothing else does it for me.

Futaba T18SZ, JR Propo XG14, Hirobo fanatic!

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