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#1 Badbrother Oct 05, 2012 04:36 AM

Cheap,good quality flybarless system,which one?
 
Hello all

I want to change my 3G unit,is there anyone knows a cheap one with good quality?thanks

#2 V999D02 Oct 05, 2012 04:45 AM

I recommend the uBeastX.
Not too expensive at just over a Days wage.
Quality too, as it's made in Germany.

#3 henriquedetonrc Oct 05, 2012 04:56 AM

Hi,brother,

I think Helicommand,BeastX,V-bar,GT5 are all good products,but not cheap(I mean less than USD150.00 for retail.).Tarotzyx is the cheapest one,but doesn't work great,I think Bigaole flybarless system is a great choice,it doesn't need compueter to do the set-up process

http://www.bglmodel.com/detail.asp?id=218

#4 nhy Oct 05, 2012 05:08 AM

Hi,guys,I don't know much about which one is best,but when my friend flew my trex450 with Bigaole 3G unit,he said is better than uBeastX

#5 Hajile Oct 05, 2012 06:50 AM

What features makes one better than the other?

#6 Roto Rob Oct 05, 2012 02:28 PM

The most important feature, is how well it works.

#7 jasmine2501 Oct 05, 2012 02:44 PM

I've had good luck with the AR7200bx, just make sure to get a DSMX satellite for it and run a BEC.

#8 Gedexas Oct 05, 2012 03:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by V999D02 (Post 22918210)
I recommend the uBeastX.
Not too expensive at just over a Days wage.
Quality too, as it's made in Germany.

Would be great to find one for my day's wage. 60% off sale.

#9 Gedexas Oct 05, 2012 03:12 PM

Inexpensive ≠ inexpensive. A beast X for $250 can be a good deal, or you can find one for $30 and wonder if it's any good. Usually good things don't come cheap. I will slap the $30 unit on my $50 E-Sky kit and if it does fail, I'm only sacrificing my day's wage.

#10 everydayflyer Oct 05, 2012 03:21 PM

I have a Tarot ZYX-S on a Blade 400 and a Copter X 3X 1000 pm a Blade 450 and they both work great. My som also has a ZYX-S on a Blade 450 and his works great as well.

There are threads on around six different brands of FBL units which cost $60 or less. All of them work well and personal perferences are mostly due to ease of setup and tuning.

Myself and son use very easy to use computer GUI software for set ups and tweaking and it is very simple.

Charles

#11 Badbrother Oct 05, 2012 07:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by henriquedetonrc (Post 22918241)
Hi,brother,

I think Helicommand,BeastX,V-bar,GT5 are all good products,but not cheap(I mean less than USD150.00 for retail.).Tarotzyx is the cheapest one,but doesn't work great,I think Bigaole flybarless system is a great choice,it doesn't need compueter to do the set-up process

Hi do you have a video of it?

#12 henriquedetonrc Oct 05, 2012 08:46 PM

Hello Brother,

I didn't take a video of it,the following link is from it's website

三轴 16 9 (3 min 59 sec)


http://www.youtube.com/user/MrRCHAH?feature=mhee

#13 Hajile Oct 05, 2012 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Roto Rob (Post 22922143)
The most important feature, is how well it works.

Why i would want to buy a $200.00 gyro instead of a $50.00 one? Is there a real difference other than variants of "Because-I-Say-So!" answers?

@everydayflyer
Can you sum up any significant differences so we don't have to wade through about a thousand pages of random posts? As you've said, the only noticeable difference i can tell is how to set them up, but no relative comparison on how they actually fly. If you were to see someone flying a heli in the field, can you tell what gyro is in the heli by how it flies?

#14 Badbrother Oct 05, 2012 08:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jasmine2501 (Post 22922270)
I've had good luck with the AR7200bx, just make sure to get a DSMX satellite for it and run a BEC.

more than 200 dollars,not a great bargain

#15 Roto Rob Oct 06, 2012 03:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hajile (Post 22924940)
Why i would want to buy a $200.00 gyro instead of a $50.00 one? Is there a real difference other than variants of "Because-I-Say-So!" answers?

@everydayflyer
Can you sum up any significant differences so we don't have to wade through about a thousand pages of random posts? As you've said, the only noticeable difference i can tell is how to set them up, but no relative comparison on how they actually fly. If you were to see someone flying a heli in the field, can you tell what gyro is in the heli by how it flies?

I was reluctant to be very specific, since I don't have the experience with the low cost ones asked about. I can say that on the more pricey gyro's you can get vibration, and data logging, GPS, more servo options(digital or analog), or auto leveling. The basic ones you can expect just the features needed to fly.


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