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| Nov 17, 2012 @ 11:10 AM | 2,192 Views
Hello, I am 55 years old, and when I bought my first coaxial helicopter (MJX T38) I had newer before touch t a RC flying thing.
Since the start less than a year ago I am now flying almost daily, even when I conduct work related traveling, one helicopter or quad always go with me.
This Blog will be a sort of personal diary, with my personal opinion of pros and cons.
My flying machines in historical order.
Manufacturer - Type - number - Price when bought
1 - MJX T638 - micro coaxial helicopter - 1 - 26$
Review: Mode 1
Spare parts needed:
2 - Syma 107 - micro coaxial helicopter - 24$ - 2
Review/story: Original mode 1, modified to mode 2.
Spare parts needed:
3 - VL-toys V911 fly-bar helicopter - 3 - 20$
Review/story: A lot of bang for the buck. Indestructible. Fun to fly. Cant coop with wind. The fly bar can be replaced with a "Benma Helios" paddle bar, for even better performance.
Spare parts needed: Landing gear (2), Canopy (2), Tail motor (1).
4 - Syma 800 - coaxial helicopter with aileron, 1
Review: Original mode 1, modified to mode 2. Nice, but buy a V911 instead, and have some space when practicing.
Spare parts needed: Battery (1), forgot to shut it of.
5 - MJX F-45 - big fly-bar helicopter - 1 - 68$
Review: With 2000mAh battery, flying time is 15 minutes.
Spare parts needed: Propeller blade (1), Tail motor (2), Main motor (1), Rotorhead (1)
6 - VL-toys V929 mini quad 3 axis - 1 - 37$
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