i have to say i thought my acme raptor was fast. But this has that little bit extra.
Im using a 7.4v 4000mah lipo. Can get around 10minutes just messing about on tarmac. Great car, does well over 45mph. A nice new toy for the new year
I have just brought a blade mcpx v2 (v2 being the tails clip on and off compared to the old style), i need to know how to fly upside down. Obviously i can fly the mcpx as normal. When i tried setting my dx6i up to the requirements in the manual, the helicopters blade pitch was set so it would only fly upside down which was just crazy. I went on you tube and found the factory settings and now it is flying as it should or there abouts. Ive never flown a 3d heli though and im wondering how do you actualy make it fly upside down. what lever or switch makes this happen. What is the process of action to complete this action. If anyone could help i would be very grateful, thankyou.
Well ive decided to get an mcpx for xmas, wanted one ages ago. Only £114 BNF version now. And also an e-flite extra 300 3D all good!
What i really want is the new 450x by e-flite, blue is my favourite colour too! bonus! even better is there is no flybar! hate setting them dam things! bring it on!
Can anyone tell me if i can buy pretty much any 450 helicopter and a spektrum receiver and install it on the helicopter to bind to my dx6i? Someone told me that you can only buy e-flite and parkzone, which i do have. But then i see people with a TREX 250 or 450 flying off a dx6i. So im guessing i get a receiver and install it in the helicopter and im done. Is this right? can anyone help me?
I recently brought this lrp buggy for £140. It only has a brushed 540 motor. Can anyone recommend a combo brushless system i can use with this car? Ive been looking at the EZrun 5.5t and 8t motor combo's for about £65. Is this what i need? can anyone help me?
About heli hamilton
Im 31 years old and I work for moog aircraft and build and test flight control systems for the f35-b. Im into both airplanes and helicopters. Im now an advanced flyer.
United Kingdom, England, Wolverhampton
Flying helicopters, drawing, driving, car mods, designing,tattoo's.