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03-19-2015 12:51 PM  3 years agoPost 1
McKrackin

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I saw that someone asked WC if some light poles made him feel cramped...

How about this?

Watch at YouTube

I literally never use the word literally right.

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03-19-2015 01:28 PM  3 years agoPost 2
wrongler

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He never ceases to amaze me!

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03-19-2015 01:59 PM  3 years agoPost 3
artimus

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WOW!

Fly Hard......Team Viagra

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03-19-2015 02:14 PM  3 years agoPost 4
G.Stone

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good grief!!!! (and not a fern harmed in the making of this video)

There goes my "not enough room" excuse.

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03-19-2015 02:32 PM  3 years agoPost 5
rpat

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I have watched this guy from the very start of his career and it is a gift that no one else can match. There a lot of guys that are in his league but only close. Of course this is just my opinion so you can put away your pop corn bags.

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03-19-2015 02:35 PM  3 years agoPost 6
McKrackin

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I agree.
There are flyers who would beat him easily in competition because some people are just better at playing to score cards.
But when it comes to situation awareness and hand eye coordination...There are none better. Different but not better.

I literally never use the word literally right.

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03-19-2015 03:35 PM  3 years agoPost 7
icanfly

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not bad, Maxwell would do extremely much better tbh, camon, piro pogos? I did like the sky high climb and fall and some of the left side stuff. I was expecting some tree cutting but he seems like such a nice guy to leave nature be. Notice at no time does he fly the heli toward himself, probably in all his vids.

As a gesture of faith I took my newly modified 300 out back for a re-test of machine and wit just moments ago AFTER watching the vid. Halfway in a battery the tail touched a tree and wall and continued on. Heli was way more responsive than a few days ago due to less weight and increased torque (motor change), I nearly shyt my pants, here's to you Tareq, in other words my heli was pulling in tighter to all the solid objects where I fly. CONTROL amigos CONTROL. And I'm looking at 4 and 6s on a 300, hehe, 4500 blazing rpm,,,,,, It's no ordinary 300 by any means.
But when it comes to situation awareness and hand eye coordination...There are none better. Different but not better.
hahahahaha

don't want to step on a limb and say I'm better, because you're a product of your environment, more you fly around tight spaces and fences and trees and shrubs and small buildings, well? YOU HAVE TO TAKE RISK or you get nothing, "ALL IN" as they say, (having flown between trees with mere inches to spare and fast toward many hard walls, trees, and fences myself).
I'm better
a few videos later and that mystery will be put to rest, (wanting to get a little better and master usd first, THE VID WILL COME BABY and that's a fact).

is Tareq now GOD or Jesus? or what? he's just a man like you and me, done, spent more time perfecting 3d rc heli flight than most, good on ya's. He could afford to go through the pricey learning curve of many crashes, most cannot afford that step.

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03-19-2015 03:59 PM  3 years agoPost 8
wc_wickedclown (RIP)

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not only is Tareq a good pilot he is also a awesome dude.

Insha Allah made in america

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03-19-2015 04:53 PM  3 years agoPost 9
Richardmid1

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Anyone know what FBL controller he is using these days? Cyclic rate is very fast yet solid and precise.

60% of the time, it works every time!

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03-19-2015 05:01 PM  3 years agoPost 10
McKrackin

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I believe that particular heli has an Ikon fbl unit.

I literally never use the word literally right.

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03-19-2015 05:11 PM  3 years agoPost 11
Aaron29

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don't want to step on a limb and say I'm better, because you're a product of your environment, more you fly around tight spaces and fences and trees and shrubs and small buildings, well? YOU HAVE TO TAKE RISK or you get nothing, "ALL IN" as they say, (having flown between trees with mere inches to spare and fast toward many hard walls, trees, and fences myself).
is Tareq now GOD or Jesus? or what? he's just a man like you and me, done, spent more time perfecting 3d rc heli flight than most, good on ya's. He could afford to go through the pricey learning curve of many crashes, most cannot afford that step.
Hmm, while there's an element of truth to him having more access to flight time and money than most of us can wish for, I still believe there is natural talent, there. Stripping of him of credit is just transparent jealousy. But attempting to equate one's own potential to his demonstrated skill is just embarassing.

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03-19-2015 05:24 PM  3 years agoPost 12
cdrking

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I suspect it wouldn't matter which FBL unit he flies or which helicopter. I think it's the meat servo that is doing the fancy flying.

To hover is divine, the alternative is rather PLANE.

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03-19-2015 05:29 PM  3 years agoPost 13
bullittgt

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amazing flying as always.

I hope there was a spotter up the trail.I shure wouldn't want to be a bicyclist coming up the trail running into that.

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03-19-2015 05:32 PM  3 years agoPost 14
Aaron29

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hope there was a spotter up the trail.I shure wouldn't want to be a bicyclist coming up the trail running into that.
Wouldn't even know what happened, most likely.

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03-19-2015 05:45 PM  3 years agoPost 15
Steve Graham

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I believe he has natural talent as well as a long commitment to skill progression. Both necessary. I suspect the fact that drugs or alcohol have never entered his bloodstream don't hurt. God knows I killed off way too many of my own brain cells during high school The ability to fly in close proximity to stuff like he does demonstrates an extreme level of confidence, the willingness to turf one now and then and a focus that most will never get close to.

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03-19-2015 05:48 PM  3 years agoPost 16
Rob43

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not bad, Maxwell would do extremely much better tbh, camon, piro pogos?
Making fun of his piro pogos in that clip is like making fun of a top fuel dragster based on how "fast" they approach the staging lane. Not very pertinent to the skills he demonstrates throughout the flight. Tareq is very much an artist with his flying. It's a form of expression that's fun to see.

Rob

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03-19-2015 05:57 PM  3 years agoPost 17
niyot

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If Tareq slams his heli into a tree in the wood and the tree fell, would any one hear tree hit the ground?

Hood HeLi : RIP Roman

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03-19-2015 06:36 PM  3 years agoPost 18
Rob43

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Was the heli nitro powered?

Rob

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03-19-2015 06:39 PM  3 years agoPost 19
El Guapo

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I've tried flying in a clearing like that before. its freaky. the visibility with the dark back ground, the shadows and flying mostly vertical is really hard.

Lynx team pilot

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03-19-2015 06:57 PM  3 years agoPost 20
icanfly

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its freaky
an acquired skill, and very intense, you have fine tune a sense of distance and perimeter around the heli, very quick corrections without over reacting, takes time to learn but can be done by almost anyone.

Sorry, as good as Tareq I'm not saying, not trying to bring attention to myself either, I am busting with anxiety to display some flight, there's a proper time to do this. Out fly the pros, don't rule it out with time, dedication, determination, and unlimited funds anything is possible and I want to get there, uhh,hum, time. How 'bout you?

There's always some interesting flight move characteristic of a pilot that no one else does better, he's got a few, I enjoyed the vid btw, and did think about a person coming on toward the heli on the path too.

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