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Old 04-14-2009, 06:31 PM
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jasmine2501
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I would suggest getting the biggest helicopter you can afford. Trex 500 if you can... very stable in a hover, and very easy to eyeball the setup and so it's easier to see if anything is off. Setup is key for beginners, so you want to avoid the little helis which can be sensitive to things being off by half a millimeter. Then, even if you go with RTF, make sure you understand head setup so you can check to make sure everything is straight and balanced and so on. Flying a poorly set up machine can be hard for an expert, but it's impossible for a beginner.
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