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Old May 12, 2010, 12:48 PM
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I will fly it inside until I get the hang of it to point that I can zip it around the house without even having to worry about crashing... I can imagine flying it outside in high winds, it must be such a rush trying to keep up with it especially if you happen to fly it downwind.

Originally Posted by hugofly View Post
FYI: My story is similar (no co-worker, though :-) ). After flying the heck out of the mSR, moving on to collective pitch helis was SO easy. I flew the mSR in heavy wind where I could barely keep it up in the air, that's great for improving your skills!
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