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05-10-2013 03:31 AM  6 years ago
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jcflyer

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Logo 500SE or 550SX or 600
I am wanting to get my first Logo and am trying to decide which way to go??? I want this to be a 6S only heli, with that in mind and the way I fly sport and big air, just started to learn some mild 3D. Which would be my best option and why???
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05-10-2013 10:17 AM  6 years ago
wrongler

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My guess is 600 logo with 500se gearing. I have one set up that way and its really a great learning Heli. Will do big air and 3D. Also pretty easy to see in the air.Bill Whittaker
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05-10-2013 02:57 PM  6 years ago
jcflyer

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Thanks for repling can you tell me what are the differences between the two? Also can you tell me what your setup is on your 600?Logo 500SE Minicopter Diabolo Banshee #45
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05-10-2013 05:39 PM  6 years ago
wrongler

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Main difference between the 500se and the 600 is the size of the boom, tail box and length of the belt.
Set up is 80 Jive HV, Align 610 cyclic, Futaba BLS 251 tail and Mini express V bar. 6S, 550 align blades and 85 tail blades.
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05-10-2013 06:24 PM  6 years ago
Ronald Thomas

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I say go with the 500 SE. It is lighter than the 600 and more suited for a 6s setup with either 550 or 600mm blades. Swing 600s and you will be good for big air (also harder on the packs), swing 550s for the lightest and quickest 550 on the market Team MikadoUSA 480XXTreme, 550SX, 600SX, 700XXTreme, 800XXTreme!!
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05-10-2013 08:06 PM  6 years ago
johnnie eagle

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I had a 500 and a 500 se, both r great. I also have 600 3d and just sold my 600se. They r all great helis and I was sorry I sold the 500's. I did replace the 500 with a 550sx combo kit and let me tell you for a 6s heli this thing is awesome, other than its size it flys as nice as my 600sx. It's a little smaller so its easy to carry around and throw it in your back seat. It does everything very well hover, big air, mild 3 d and hard 3d if you want, it's just all around a great heli the only downside is its not as big to see in the sky as the 600 and xxtreme series. It fits just what you describe. Good luck, let us know how you make out.
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05-11-2013 04:15 AM  6 years ago
KC

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double what Ron said, the 500se is the best for big-air/3d on 6s

Theres over a half a pound difference between a 500se and a 600...most of the 600's weight is in the ass...and 6s batteries are very light...

The 500se uses the 500 head, the blade bolt spacing is about an inch closer than the 600 head, so if you end up needing to use a 500se tail belt in a 600 to really dial in the balance, then you're limited to 85mm tail blades with 600mm blades on the 600.

The 600 can do 6s, but the battery has to be put way forward to balance out. I have lost a battery or two this way, the frame really protects them better than if they hang way outside of the frame under the canopy
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