Baie St Paul, Quebec, Canada
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3d Micro outside?I have two of them. My first one has flown very well about 20 hours, and then the main motor gave up. I've put a Medusa brushless motor,a Castle Creations Phoenix 10 ESC, ans a GWS tail motor, to compensate for the extra torque provided by the main motor.
It's very touchy to keep in a stable hover, and stock motor doesn't last very long. It can go outside, but with no wind at all.
But it handles better than my NR3D, and with the brushless setup and a bigger battery (650 Mah) it's really fun to play with.
If you buy one, you will have a lot of fun, but prepare yourself to put upgrades on it. If you want to do real hard 3d tricks, hem, you know...CRASH!!! :-)