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02-05-2008 06:37 AM  11 years ago
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dhotamis

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What are good, heavy flybar paddles for AP? (for Joker)
Which PADDLES you feel like the best for stability?
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02-05-2008 06:41 AM  11 years ago
tabbytabb

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I think the Fun-Tech F3C paddles or SAB F3C paddles are great. They both come it around 40g or so and are very stable in a hover and in FFF.

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02-05-2008 09:21 AM  11 years ago
rroback

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people still use those things? everyone hasn't got flybarless? :PRhett..... I can't fly, but the Profi sure can.
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02-05-2008 01:07 PM  11 years ago
Brett Horton

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Funtech F3C's are great. but...
The stock JR Paddles On GSR's and Sylphide (at least) with both weights in them, hover more stable than the Funtechs IMO, the funtechs are almost as stable as the Stock paddles, but are MUCH better in aerobatics, they are definitely the best F3C paddles when you need both great hovering capability and aeros, but I still think the Stock Jr's hover better (only hover though!)
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02-05-2008 02:27 PM  11 years ago
Load Factor

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I really grew attached to the Hirobo X-Spec paddles, both weights installed. Sounds like they a very comparable to the JR paddles.

http://www.heliproz.com/prodinfo.asp?number=414108
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02-05-2008 10:48 PM  11 years ago
jascamera

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can you use these on a 600 size bird?
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02-06-2008 04:48 PM  11 years ago
kiwidave1

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I use the black raptor 90 paddles, they are heavy (around 40 grams each, I think)and do a good job. Not as nice looking as the carbon paddles but they are cheaper too.

http://www.heliproz.com/prodinfo.asp?number=134970

David
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02-06-2008 05:23 PM  11 years ago
d-bledsoe

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I use the black raptor paddles as well and work excellent for AP. Hell they hold up well also as i have crashed the bird 2 times and haven't needed to replace the paddles yet!Derek Bledsoe
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02-06-2008 10:34 PM  11 years ago
Helicek

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Deniz,
I suggest you get a set of flybar-weights. Place them on your flybar half way as a starting point. Fly your heli to see how it feels. Experiment by moving them outwards until you get the stabilization you are happy with.
Regards,
Ahmet
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