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Old Jun 26, 2011, 05:09 PM
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The SX handles better in a tight space, like a living room, since it behaves more natural on rudder, turning almost like a coaxial. This is the main reason when I fly indoor, I usually pick the SX, and not my Solo Pro. The SX is also louder than the Solo Pro, which is something you may not like inside. The SX is not really more fragile, btw. Sure, the canopy can get damaged, especially the windshield, but the insides like the receiver are better protected than with the partial canopy of the Solo Pro. Anyway, both choices are better if you want an uncomplicated, fun heli. The Trex100 needs some modding to be more enjoyable, and there seem to be some serious issues with tail motor, servo's, and overall performance.
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