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Old Dec 06, 2012, 04:48 AM
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Is FBL for beginner / novice?

Hi All,
I want to move up to 450 class and consider the build to be a good thing while l'm busy with Pheonix.

I read the review on TT Mini Titan 325 v2 FBL and had decided to build the kit version with stock motor, esc and gyro.
Having read more about FBL on this forum, am l right in thinking it's not a good move?
I formed this opinion as the FBL cannot be gently lifted into the hover but must be jumped from the ground.
FB heli with paddles can be gently lifted. Or so l have read....


Apart from the TT MT325v2 (new kit), my other choice is a used Align 450 belt tail with alloy blade & tail grips and stock electrics in an alloy case (already built). It's in a shop and has had minimal use, spare blades, boom and 6 batteries. AU$400 complete - good deal??

What other 450 electric would be a good choice ?

Thanks in advance.
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