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Are these parts what I need to fly a Lama v4 outdoors?

Old 08-01-2011, 01:30 AM
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purple aki
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Default Are these parts what I need to fly a Lama v4 outdoors?

I'm sick and tired of my lama being blown away uncontrollably in even the slightest breeze.

Will these parts allow for outdoor flight in slight winds?
1- Xtreme extended 8mm shaft or 12mm
2- Longer servo arms from Blade cx2 (eflrsa100)
and finally, Xtreme blades

Is this all I need, or am I missing something?

I intend to order everything I need in one go off the internet within the next few hours, so I appreciate any quick help on this.

Cheers,
Purps
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Old 08-01-2011, 03:54 AM
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#1 recomendation....keep the lama v4 for indoors flying and move up to a outdoor helie,you'll be glad you did and you'll have more rc toys..lol.

there are a lot of forums on modifying the lama,but at the end of the work ,it still a lama.

may be a fixed pitch honey bee,or something better. what ever you decide ,I'm sure it's going to be fun.
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