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07-27-2012 09:23 PM  8 years ago
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TimDao4

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Which nano size heli is best ?
I'm trying to get a brand new nano size CP 6-ch heli but need some help on deciding which one is best and worth the money. Attributes like price, easy upgrades, easy parts, crash resistant, 3D maneuver....will definately help a lot. I was looking through the MCPX, Genius CP, Trex 100, etc. Thanks.
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07-27-2012 09:31 PM  8 years ago
blissinindy

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+1 IMO for the mcpX if you're going that small. AS3X and the head speed seems to handle the wind outside just fine. 3D is very doable, but the Walkera TT tail is superior here. Much more crash resistant than my Walkera 4g6 was - I assume the Genius is similar although I have not owned one. Parts and upgrades for the mcpX are readily available at your local hobby shop which is really convenient for those of us who don't want to wait and need to get back in the air - not that I've seen anyone do anything besides breaking the landing skids which can usually be glued back together.

Is the Trex 100 CP yet?

Bryan
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07-27-2012 09:51 PM  8 years ago
Funknrock

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mCPX or 130x

Blade electronics are better than Walkera...
My crashes are cooler than your flying! ;^)
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07-28-2012 05:31 PM  8 years ago
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If you ever want a 300 size heli I'd get a Gaui X2. There are advantages to this size Heli if you have a crowded smaller flying area.

The advantage it has over the Blade SR is it has no tail motor, has CF frame, Fly Barless and aluminum head.
http://www.hobbyhut.com/Gaui_X2_Fes..._p/g-212005.htm
It has a 22inch main rotor diameter just slightly larger than the Blade CP and Blade SR that I learned to fly. I actually run smaller blades on my SR to get more head speed.
If its fixed don't break it.
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07-29-2012 01:30 AM  8 years ago
TimDao4

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I'm just looking for one to fly in my living room. I've narrow it down to the Genius CP or Mini CP because of cost vs quality.
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07-29-2012 01:32 AM  8 years ago
l4rg0

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Another vote for the 130x I love this little bird, and you can't beat Horizon support!Team A Main Hobbies/ProTek R/C
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07-29-2012 04:22 AM  8 years ago
blissinindy

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I'm just looking for one to fly in my living room. I've narrow it down to the Genius CP or Mini CP because of cost vs quality.
TimDao4, how experienced of a pilot are you? A small CP in a small space inside is not, IMO, where to start out ...

Regards,

Bryan
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07-29-2012 05:10 AM  8 years ago
TimDao4

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I've been through a couple CP outdoor. I just want to move back inside my house for fun. My living room is pretty huge , anyway i still can't decide on which to buy, mcpx is back on the list along with genius CP, Mini CP. 130x is way over my budget right now.
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07-29-2012 05:52 AM  8 years ago
blissinindy

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Sounds good!! :-)

Still vote for an mcpX ...

Bryan
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07-30-2012 03:09 AM  8 years ago
Bladecpnitro

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A lot of times you can catch a good used MCPX in the classifieds, cheaper than new that's been tricked out with brushless main and tail motors, longer boom and one other thing I can't remember what all they do to em.

Check out exactly what this Gaui X2 can do in the hands of a skilled rc pilot. It sounds a little pricey but I don't believe there is a better 300 size Heli out there right now. I have always liked the 300 size heli better than the Trex 250 size. Its a little larger and easier to see and not so delicate to work on makes a great front or back yard flyer. I'm gonna have to have one myself soon.

Watch at YouTube

If its fixed don't break it.
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