|Mar 09, 2013, 02:24 AM|
A good HISKY FBL80 flight
This is my first flight of Hisky flybarless mini helicopter, FBL80. It's very stable while hovering! And Just like its advertisement said, the flight movements are quite agile. Its motivity is even better than FBL100's. Inverted flight, loops and pendulum, these movements could be achieved easily, plus the tail could be locked very well.
|Mar 24, 2013, 07:27 AM|
Joined Feb 2011
HiSKY FBL80 is now in stock at www.hobbyeurope.com in all three versions.
We are in that case looking for an experience and serious guy, that can documents good technical knowledge of these size of helicopters. And also can fly 3D beyond what this helicopter is capable to. To make an objective review of this helicopter within reasonable time. That means ASAP.
We are hopefully looking for a person that normally can fly advanced competition 3D with larger size helicopters, not only fly upside down and flipping, and also is able to push this micro size helicopter far beyond it's limits without losing control of it.
Just send me a private message if you mean you are the person to do this.
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