Originally Posted by Chap1012
Jack, In what way? Can you be a little more specific please?
It seemed as if I had just about nothing in the way of forward flight the first time. By going to 100%, it behaved more like what I would expect it to be like. Making left turns, it zips right around; bigger sweeping turns are harder to do. Right turns are very broad and under a lot of power. I guess this is where the term bump stick comes from because it doesn't take much. At least I can fly this thing whereas I could never get a handle on my HBFP. It was a stock transmitter and I had all I could do just to keep it in a controlled hover. I know some of the old timers won't like this remark, but there is a world of difference in Esky and Eflite products. My CX2 is twice the heli of my Lama 4 and this 120SR is twice the heli compared to the HBFP. Control is better and whacky, uncontrollable stuff usually doesn't happen.