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02-08-2010 05:13 AM  8 years agoPost 21
BOB WHO?

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Nice Clown! I saw you flipping it on the sim so it was clear that you could do it. You were high enough up there that you had time to react if something went wrong. Now you'll do one almost every flight. How about some nose-in hovering next?

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02-08-2010 02:56 PM  8 years agoPost 22
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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Nice Clown! I saw you flipping it on the sim so it was clear that you could do it. You were high enough up there that you had time to react if something went wrong. Now you'll do one almost every flight. How about some nose-in hovering next?
ive done it a lot on the sim only had one time were the heli went nose in by mistake and i was able to avoid a crash after.

and thanks bob

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02-08-2010 07:12 PM  8 years agoPost 23
JuanRodriguez

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WC,
Nice !!

See, you DO have gonads !

Been there, done that and old enough to know better.....

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02-09-2010 02:35 AM  8 years agoPost 24
BOB WHO?

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I did nose-in, circuits, and figure 8s before flipping. Then I went to inverted before I could fly backwards and that was a mistake. I recommend first things first. A nose-in hover is the basis for circuits or 8s, you have to learn that early on. It's almost as important as tail-in hovering. First do it on a sim. Then when you can hover nose-in pretty well on the sim try it low to the ground. So get on a flat smooth surface (not grass) and hover tail-in like about 2" high in normal mode. Do some pirouettes like you do and then do a 1/2 piro low to the ground or even with the skids almost touching the ground and try to hold it nose-in. If things start going bad you're close to the ground so set it down. You are going to beat up some blades that's for sure but you have to learn this orientation before you can fly it around. I don't mean to impose my recommendations on you Clown, but I like you and would love to see more cool videos from you. This is sound advice brother, it's the next step.

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02-09-2010 03:41 AM  8 years agoPost 25
sewerfly

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I think its going pretty good as far as i can see. Looks to me like your field is a little tight so just be careful you dont chop off anybodys head or limbs and keep it flyn

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02-09-2010 08:26 AM  8 years agoPost 26
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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sewerfly .

I think its going pretty good as far as i can see. Looks to me like your field is a little tight so just be careful you dont chop off anybodys head or limbs and keep it flyn
thank you for seeing my field and understanding my limits at this field.

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02-09-2010 08:35 AM  8 years agoPost 27
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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BOB WHO? I did nose-in, circuits, and figure 8s before flipping. Then I went to inverted before I could fly backwards and that was a mistake. I recommend first things first. A nose-in hover is the basis for circuits or 8s, you have to learn that early on. It's almost as important as tail-in hovering. First do it on a sim. Then when you can hover nose-in pretty well on the sim try it low to the ground. So get on a flat smooth surface (not grass) and hover tail-in like about 2" high in normal mode. Do some pirouettes like you do and then do a 1/2 piro low to the ground or even with the skids almost touching the ground and try to hold it nose-in. If things start going bad you're close to the ground so set it down. You are going to beat up some blades that's for sure but you have to learn this orientation before you can fly it around. I don't mean to impose my recommendations on you Clown, but I like you and would love to see more cool videos from you. This is sound advice brother, it's the next step.
thank you for the good advice bob i can fly curcuit and figure 8s
nose in i honestly have not practiced enough and i can do at my field .

small field helps me alot so when i go t othe big field im better prepared to not waste anyone elses time.

amd people say im learning fast so im sure if i hang in here another year i should be an ok pilot.

but tic tocs are to easy and i must try some soon and i have room for it ill try and not get to crazy and if im lucky and pass ill go back to the basic learning things i should be doing like nose in etc.

i figure if i can do a back flip and a front flip i should be able to do a tictoc i can do them forward and backward qand side to side on the sim what do you guys think ? i have the gonads and i think form the feel of my helistabilty its 40 more stable then my sim

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02-09-2010 08:37 AM  8 years agoPost 28
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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long beach calif

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JuanRodriguez WC,

Nice !!

See, you DO have gonads !
yep got them off you when you were not looking

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02-09-2010 07:22 PM  8 years agoPost 29
RC Dbutz

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Newman Lake, WA

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Listen to these guys Clown, learn the basics and don't get ahead of yourself. How bout some controlled FFF, or even FF, or even a nose-in hover before you start flipping that stuff all willy nilly. Also, I'd like to request you to stop posting your sim videos, they are wasting space around here and I think we're all tired of watching them.

You're a long ways away from tic tocs, so just calm down, learn to walk before you run, and you might get away without any more property damage or personal injury.

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02-10-2010 01:20 AM  8 years agoPost 30
sewerfly

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el cajon CA USA

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TIC TOCS
Well sir ive been flyn a little over a year now and i still cant do the "TIC TOCS" im pretty good at nose in and the inverted stuff and im just gettin the nerve to fly backwards thats not as easy as it sounds tho i think its working ok so far.I can kinda tic but the tocs always seem to go alittle to the left so when i tic again its all messed up. I think its what you practic the most on the sim and im tryn to get this backwards thing at the moment. Oh well jus keep it up one trick masterd at a time.

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02-10-2010 02:30 AM  8 years agoPost 31
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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well been practicing and im gonna do a poll and ill need your vote.

Watch at YouTube

please vote here
https://rc.runryder.com/t570044p1/

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02-11-2010 04:50 AM  8 years agoPost 32
rocco.sj

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California,

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WC
Sorry to burst your bubble, but the sims are not the same as flying for real. Basically,the sims just teaches you the stick movements and certain orientations.You can find that it's easy to do all that manuevers on the sims, but you might find it very difficult to do them in the actual real flight.

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02-11-2010 02:04 PM  8 years agoPost 33
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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long beach calif

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rocco.sj WC

Sorry to burst your bubble, but the sims are not the same as flying for real. Basically,the sims just teaches you the stick movements and certain orientations.You can find that it's easy to do all that manuevers on the sims, but you might find it very difficult to do them in the actual real flight.
very good point im baseing my facts from my actual experience ive simed ive flown nitro and electric.

the sim should be harder then real life i think thats a good sim
like the sims i have .

the sim i have no way to balance the heli , the sim my tail does not stay locked like in real life , the sim you cant feel the wind and the gust blowing in your face etc.

ive even heard of some good pilots that the sim gives them a hard time.

and i also think if a pilot is really good with a sim and he has a properly setup heli he would learn real life real fast if he can get over the fear.

what sims do you have rocco ?

lol sorry i just looked at your profile and omg wow your a pro
and i guess you dont sim much you got skills .

Insha Allah made in america

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02-12-2010 01:12 AM  8 years agoPost 34
rocco.sj

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WC
I've tried all the sims basically. The one i tend to use alot is the Phoenix 2.5 and the Real Flight 4.5. Believe it or not,even the pro's uses the sims time to time when learning new manuevers. One good advice a pro pilot told me many years ago under his wing was," If you ain't crashing!,you ain't learning!." You don't have to necessarily crash to learn as you can slowly progress,but if you want to progress alot faster you need to expect that damage frequently in hand.

Cheers,
Ray

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02-12-2010 02:05 AM  8 years agoPost 35
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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long beach calif

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WC

I've tried all the sims basically. The one i tend to use alot is the Phoenix 2.5 and the Real Flight 4.5. Believe it or not,even the pro's uses the sims time to time when learning new manuevers. One good advice a pro pilot told me many years ago under his wing was," If you ain't crashing!,you ain't learning!." You don't have to necessarily crash to learn as you can slowly progress,but if you want to progress alot faster you need to expect that damage frequently in hand.
awesome man i use the same sim and we have a guy that crashes evertime he trys to fly and he says the same thing and i tell him
i aint crashin im learning and when i dont crash i have tomorrow to learn more.

thanks for your response a i respect you to the fulliest thanks again
and hope you wish me luck.

Insha Allah made in america

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