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04-29-2002 04:28 AM  15 years agoPost 1
440GTX

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Calgary, Canada

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What is the difference betwen G2 and G2 Lite
The box say G2 without a few bells and whistles ??
So what are the Bells and Whistles ??
Thanks

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04-29-2002 04:46 PM  15 years agoPost 2
Keeder

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Saint Louis

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I was considering buying G2 Lite until talking to a few folks who have G2. I don't know exactally what options you don't get in G2 Lite, but I will say that there a number of places in G2 that say "not available in Lite." My decision was based on the fact that G2 allows you to change everything. Want to try new blades, do it. Want to modify your radio settings, do it. Want to change the airport scenery, do it. Not to mention the fact that you get a limited number of choppers in G2 Lite (2 I think), and since they all handle substantially different, you might be practicing with a very heavy feeling chopper and going to the real thing might be shockingly more sensitive/responsive.

For the extra 60-70 bucks, I went with the full version. Most of the people I spoke to about it still use it and most of them are serious 3D'ers.

Does anyone have Lite?

Keeder

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04-29-2002 05:19 PM  15 years agoPost 3
Blade

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Tulsa. Oklahoma

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Here is a comparison of G2 & G2 lite http://www.knifeedge.com/g2litecomparision.htm

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04-29-2002 06:14 PM  15 years agoPost 4
MaxC

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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I'm probably going to get G2 Lite. As long as it helps and gets you ready for the real thing......

-Max

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