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    Here is my trex 500esp....




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    I have a couple nitro heli's myself, an ergo 60

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    Here's my Predator. It's powered by a Zenoa 23cc gas engine.

    For scale... that is a T-rex 450 and old Shogun (400) sized helis sitting with it.




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    the e-flite blades are the sickest. the msr is insane for inside.... all affordable and tough.

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    I highly recommend the msr for learning inside, 120 sr for inside large gyms rooms, light wind outside. Coaxials don't help you learn anything but bad habits. If you want to get serious get a sim. Phoenix is real sweet. Have several Helios and sims myself. These toys fly nothing like a big bird. If you get real real good with the msr/120sr try the mcpx. That's a whole new world! It gets very very hard expensive and frustrating quick, why I recommend the sim

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonezone View Post
    the e-flite blades are the sickest. the msr is insane for inside.... all affordable and tough.
    Yeah I have had some serious wfo piros, and circuits into walls and keeps ticking. Love my msr so much I got two now. The 120 is fun when I take it to the rec center with me. I love e flite myself, affordable parts, n stock, and durable. Have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Honda View Post
    Here's my Predator. It's powered by a Zenoa 23cc gas engine.

    For scale... that is a T-rex 450 and old Shogun (400) sized helis sitting with it.



    Nice predator, what blades are you swinging??, 690s?? I thinks it's pretty funny that a 450 uses 225 blades, it just doesn't seem right.

    Thatdude,, a 4 channel coax (MCX) at least has the same thumb movements as a 4 ch FP (MSR), so it does teach automatic response on the sticks. the 3 ch or 3.5ch toys that they sell are great to hand to a buddy and say "here, you can fly this if you want" but they do nothing to develop any real skills other than throttle control.

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    I'll agree with what was said earlier about a swim... get one!!! reflex is pretty sweet, as is real flight (the only two i've tried). They well save you THOUSANDS in parts, trust me!


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    Anyone have a COMPLETE setup for sale. I would like to build my own but time is short. Let me know....

    Heli or Traxxis T-Max Truck. I shouldn't have sold my toys off.. What a bone head move!


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