Originally Posted by marconos
the receiver, not the servants mixing .............
only the tail of the pro: 207mm -
the tail of the new model 229mm
the top of the main engine of the only pro is gray with a number marked above 5
whereas the new model: there is no number and the base is white
height and diameter are equal but .......................
the difference in flight I noticed was:
only if the pro turns to the right, stretching a lot and on the left is short
hovering in the new model is able to turn right and left as a coaxial .........
So there is no mixing of the servos when you make a turn, and yet turning left and right won't make the heli drift backwards or forwards on this new heli? That will really help when flying indoor, since this is the thing that suprises pilots that come from flying a coax and make the step up to a Solo Pro. But since the tail rotor has not been placed much higher, I wonder how it is possible it can turn like a coax, without any subtle mixing of elevator with rudder to counter sliding forward or backward in a turn.
So the motor is not bigger, but perhaps it can still be more powerful. I hope so, because scale flight is nice, but you also want to race around with this bird, and when it drops the nose as you pick up speed, you'll need power to keep the heli in the air, certainly with over 4 grams extra weight.