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Old Dec 12, 2002, 01:15 PM
David Smith
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Re: What's a good R/C helicopter kit for a newbie ???


"John Banks" <zoomerman@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Century helis are by far the best helicopters in the whole wide world.
> You'd be foolish not to buy one.
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> DO NOT touch Thunder Tiger....THEY SUCK! They don't fly very good at all.
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> Very very rubbishy really.
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> CENTURY - HELIS FIT FOR JEHOVAH!


I think we should start a movement back to fixed pitch helis with no gyros &
4 channel radios - fundamentalist helis!

Dave S
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> "TJM" <tjm@cyberjunkie.com> wrote in message
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> > Hi all,
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> > I am interested in joining the R/C helicopter hobby, but I am a total
> > beginner and dont know where to start. Would it be better to take a
> > tutorial at the local hobby club to learn how to fly & maintain a heli,

or
> > should I just buy one and learn on my own? Are there any good videos or
> > software that make learning easier? Can anyone recommend a cheap

beginner
> > heli (under $1000)?
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> > Also, I have future aspirations to own & pilot a real helicopter....do

R/C
> > helis teach you the fundamentals to fly a real whirly bird?
> >
> > Thanks for all your help,
> > TJM
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> >

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