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Old Jul 12, 2007, 05:10 PM
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Coaxial heli's -Flight sim's not predicting battery drain, heat build, & friction

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Originally Posted by RCheli West OZ
Are there any after market LIPO batteries available in OZ for the CX2?

I haven't crashed yet, but I must admit I've spent more time on the Sticks in RF G3.5. Where crashes are free! Mind you Heli hover training is a real bitch. What level have other people reached? I'm still on level one.

Maybe I have dumb thumbs
Hi RCheli West OZ,

We're glad you're here.

For Batteries, check the link below.

Hovering these co-axial's is not as easy as many other heli's, because of the quality of the factory electronics, and brushed motors.

A flight sim can't predict the battery power drop, heat build, and friction, so flying the actual co-axial will be the best training you'll receive.

With a flight sim, a person can realize the basics, and not the details.


Tim

Blade CX, CX2, LAMA, Vortex, Micron & most co-axial heli's, Effective Upgrades & Mods
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