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Old Aug 27, 2012, 04:45 PM
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I'm not sure I see the point here. An 80 size FP I can see, but a CP? It just seems too quick to fly indoors and too light to fly outdoors.

I think at this point if they want to do an indoor 3D flyer they should make one with big light blades and a low headspeed for very low disk loading. If you want to do 3D indoors in anything bigger than a garage a 100 or 120 will always work better.

Personally I wish there were some equivalent of indoor foamies but for FBL helis. I.E. lots of blade area for lift but a low head speed attatched to a light body. Maybe some sort of very light film over frame blades that are deformable like the newer plastic blades but much lighter.
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