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04-04-2012 08:34 AM  9 years ago
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04-04-2012 12:39 PM  9 years ago
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Just build the 450 and go fly. Put on a training gear if you are learning and don't waste your time with a 250.scratch building is not just for planks
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04-04-2012 04:41 PM  9 years ago
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stay away from the 250...very twichy in some cases...and with wind and your current level (beginner),,, you will be a bit in over your head...

put heavy paddles on the 450, wide training gear, and go play!

keep up the time with the sim, practice, practice, practice....
showing a preference will only get you into trouble, 90% of everything is crap...
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04-04-2012 06:14 PM  9 years ago
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The 250 sucks......if you want something that small get the mCPX!

Get that 450 flying and you won't go back to the smaller helis :P
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04-05-2012 04:25 AM  9 years ago
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The MSR is my current lounge helicopter and I'm getting the hang of hovering it
If you just getting the hang of hovering the Blade mSr, then the 250 is not for you. The mSr is a great tool to learn all orientations. Learn to fly the little bird first before flying anything bigger.
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04-05-2012 01:39 PM  9 years ago
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04-08-2012 11:12 AM  9 years ago
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04-09-2012 03:21 PM  9 years ago
RM3

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You can use the following for the TREX:
MSH51302 Gorilla Gear Programmable Paddles

otherwise another idea, like When I started out, I actually used the paddles that came with the E-Sky belt CP as they had weights attached to the paddles...I think E-Flights Blade 400 paddles also come with heavy paddles...need to check the weights for all 450 class helis (2mm flybar) and go from there.

You will also want to adjust the Expo on your TX to be softer around center stick...so that the heli is "less sensitive" to twitchy or nervous stick movements...
showing a preference will only get you into trouble, 90% of everything is crap...
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