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07-19-2006 03:54 PM  14 years ago
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gusthepickle

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cx helicopter
just a few questions about the cx

Is it easy to get in the air first time when its trimmed and all set up?
Does it help me in anyway to understand the workings of a real helicopter or model heli for a begginer.

Will crashing it put a big dent in my wallet?
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07-19-2006 04:00 PM  14 years ago
spindoctor

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CX heli
Yes
Yes
No (depends)


I took my CX to our plank-club meeting last night, three plank-only guys took turns flying it around (*first time on a heli). Landing on tables, piroettes, nose-in, etc. I think I could have sold three of them on the spot.
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07-19-2006 04:13 PM  14 years ago
Stack

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Spindoc is right.

The CX is a great (and safe) way to learn orientation and basic pricniples of flying. Flying the CX is definitely different than a BCP for example, but you will have an idea of what it is all about.

I originally bought one to get my wife into helis. I end up flying it indoors all the time now. It's just plain fun.
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07-19-2006 06:06 PM  14 years ago
bbeverlie

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It will definitely help you with getting used
to orientation, nose in, side in ect. Simple
to fly easy and cheap to fix. You will enjoy
it
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