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05-22-2007 01:02 AM  13 years ago
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studmanbri

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It's easier to go big
I would just like to say that since i started flying helis ( about 2 Months ago ) I have been practicing in primaraly small areas. I learned to hover in my warehouse at work and sometimes in my garage or yard. Forward flight I started about two weeks ago in my yard going back and forth in an area about 20 foot square. I purchase my Blade cpp a week and a half ago and the head speed scared me to fly in my yard; so, i went to the local air field which happens to be across the street (Los Alamitos Ca. Anyone?) Since then I have increased my abilities ten fold. I can fly at high speeds and do tight turns, or nose in and stop on a dime in front of me from 100 feet up and 100 feet away. All this I learned in just a couple of visits because THERE IS NOTHING TO HIT 100 FEET OF OF THE GROUND IN THE MIDDLE OF AN EMPTY FIELD. If you get a little out of control, you have plenty of time to recover. To anyone who is learning and getting frustrated, get out and go BIG!!!
When in doubt... Punch out
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05-22-2007 01:20 AM  13 years ago
cppro

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Yeah, I bought mine about a week or so ago, and I'm in the same boat as you. It works great!
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05-22-2007 01:47 AM  13 years ago
tryan02

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I am about to try that but wind is gusting up to 25mph here. I fly in my dining room a 6 x 6 Including me in that box. I can hover at my feet like a pro I tried side in and I am just not quick enough my dining room chair ate it up.
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05-22-2007 01:51 AM  13 years ago
studmanbri

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I flew mine in about 10 mph winds today which previosly scared me. It did very well. wind makes it hard to hover in one spot but it you throttle hard into it your fine. Fast forward flight is a snap in lights winds w/ the bcpp. I can't wait until tomorrow. I'm gonna try to flip it.When in doubt... Punch out
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