Thread: Discussion After 450 trex pro, what next?
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Old Nov 17, 2012, 03:45 PM
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Yeah I agree, if someone is going to crash all the time learning, then an exi isn't a bad choice... it would be nice for them if xheli kept parts in stock as well, meaning cheaper.

But also, some very frustrating problems exist just because of it being a clone (not all clones necessarily). Stuff that really pissed me off. But it's not just the clone, it's about the cheap electronics people usually put into a clone that also give it problems. Were as if you went with an align super combo, for the most part everything fits together perfectly and you just have to learn to dial everything in properly and fly.

Exi isn't all that bad though, and I would recommend them maybe, but I would strongly suggest to someone to practice more on a sim and save money for the align kit.
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