Originally Posted by Balr14
All of those tiny, ultra-light, self-stabilizing helis exhibit some undesirable traits. There were many design issues and compromises made to get a little heli that doesn't fly like a 4#3B. It's hard to imagine why you thought a CF flybar would make a difference. If you want a challenge and precise handling, buy an MCPx or one of the tiny Walkera flybarless models. I think the best thing you can do is to learn more. If you understand RC helis, you will never be surprised by how one handles.
The stock flybar is very bendy, and can also flex in-flight. This might reduce accuracy even more. I found my SP to be more stable in a breeze with the CF flybar, less rocking in a gust. But you're right to say it won't negate the effects of the self stabilizing setup.