Originally Posted by Ribble
I like the DH9116, except for me it is smaller than the DH9104 for outside winds and too big to fly in the house. The 4th channel (ailerons) makes it desirable as in most cases it is a better flying machine and higher on the learning curve than the DH9104.
Goodbye rudder, hello aileron. Enjoy the new found freedom Chester.
Yes, I am looking forward to getting it, it should be interesting to say the least. I have flown many 4 channel heli's but most of them are co-axials except my Blade 120SR which is good fun but very 'twitchy' - hoping the bigger airframe of the 9116 will make for a calmer flight. I did have a Blade SR full CP and flew it for about 5 seconds - spent the next 2 hours picking up the pieces
Thats why I'm back into easier fun heli's