The heli was designed mainly for:
- affordability - economic design. A 200 size CP heli that has 6 axis for this price.
- for a beginner 3D pilots like slow inverted flying learning orientation.
- durability, such as skids, and simplicity which is fixed tail rotor. Torque tube, belt driven tail (or tail gear box) is more complex which requires more maintenance/repair than a motored tail rotor on a crash.
- stability - 6axis Rx/Gryro ( mild flying/3D), LOL, the video doesn't look mild to me.
If he could fly this low, I consider the pilot in this video as advanced flyer. Now if you guys don't appreciate his flying, I WARN you NOT to watch my videos
I think the heli is good for inverted practices and sports flying, and obviously not for an advance 3D, the fact that it has a fixed pitch tail rotor.
This reminded me KungFu Panda watching this video