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03-29-2012 08:34 PM  7 years ago
3dgimble

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No dude not over the river, whose gonna fish it out if it fails?
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03-31-2012 11:42 PM  7 years ago
Bender3D

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Dood, I'm in a similar situation. I've been flying mode 1 planks and I can 3D pretty well so I don't want to change.
I've just taken to heli's and mode 1 is ok but far from great. I'm considering flying mode 1 planks and mode 2 helis - do you think that your brain can handle different modes?
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03-31-2012 11:50 PM  7 years ago
Diego

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I´d like to know a couple of things, which mode came first? if mode 1 did why did the go that way instead of using what full size planes were using already, that is, a stick with aileron and elevator.

If mode 2 was first why change it? was there some situation like with keyboards where they had to make typing complicated so the went the qwerty way?

I´ve thought about this a few times but never asked before...
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04-01-2012 01:55 AM  7 years ago
Four Stroker

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Mode 1 was first. It copied the toggle switch layout of a reed transmitter. Was supposed to be better for plane pattern.
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04-01-2012 04:17 AM  7 years ago
Dood

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I'm considering flying mode 1 planks and mode 2 helis - do you think that your brain can handle different modes?
I think so, only because Planes and helicopters are so different.

Think about torque rolling an airplane and whats going on with that. The Rudder and Elevator almost become the cyclic controls while the Aileron is used for more of a yaw control. For this, Mode 1 is far superior (like Mode 2 or 3 on a helicopter).

For me, I am seriously considering going to Mode 4 on airplanes. It's like the "lefty" version of Mode 1, and my throttle stick will not move. It will take some time to adapt, but it's something I really want to do since I see the benefits of flying an airplane that way.
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04-01-2012 05:32 AM  7 years ago
CalmAir

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First time I have seen that guy fly. Very impressive! Thanks for video.
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04-01-2012 09:56 AM  7 years ago
Diego

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Mode 1 was first. It copied the toggle switch layout of a reed transmitter. Was supposed to be better for plane pattern.
thanks...
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04-01-2012 01:09 PM  7 years ago
Chris77

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Anyone that fly's mode 1 just needs psychiatric help or shock treatment!
I've got a mate who's "Odd thumbed" and his whole life's a mess... Wouldn't surprise me if he underwent a gender change op! Mode 1, it's just wrong

Flying mode 1 since 4 years...this is how I learned since the beginning.Nothing wrong with it, even if I consider MODE 2 easier.
Is like a baby learing handwriting.

You said MODE 1 is just wrong.......consider if you would have learned that way..


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