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Old Oct 25, 2004, 12:26 AM
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You do get lot better at it as you practice. I find that good throttle response is critical too. good strong motor/battery combo is a must. I have flown in high wind upto mid 20s with corona, and good throttle control is must at least in low level hover. in most cases, I tend to do forward flight as heli is more stable in windy condition while it is moving rather than stationary.
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