|May 25, 2008, 04:10 AM|
Joined Apr 2008
Syma Double Horse 9083 And Helixx 3D
Hi guys. I am 12 years old and for my birthday I just managed to get myself a Syma Double Horse 9083 of Ebay and I am due to try it out soon I just need the weather to settle a bit here in Britain. 16 MPH wind and raining heavily. I also bought the Protech Air Combo it came with a Helixx 3D and a Cessna 400. Well I hit a problem yesterday when I was trying out my Helixx I’m new to RC planes and helicopters but I have a lot of experience flying these little picoo z helis, but of course it wont gain me any experience in flying these big helis. Well the problem is that it is really hard to hover it and despite the fact I was flying it a few feet of the ground it just kept on pitching down and rolling at the same time. Any suggestions? ? I haven’t tested out my 9083 but fingers crossed it will be easier. To be honest it looks easier because the control layout is the same as the picoo z helis but it maxes out at 60 cm. Please tell me if these are good flyers…
|Nov 03, 2008, 11:56 PM|
Georgetown Ont. Canada
Joined Oct 2007
Hello everyone. I think this is it.
I also have a double horse 9083. I think it is a clone of the Syma 9083 helicopter. I could use some pointers too.
I have flown nitro planes, have Tamiya DI buggies and have a small fleet of RC dirt motorcycles(Radio shack Ricky Carmicheals big jump on youtube). Going to take the leap to heli. I was going to get an e-flight cx2, but the wife showed up with this as a gift. I just smiled and thanked her. I know it is a low end heli but looks well built.
Can anyone offer any tips for Plane 95 and I before I crash it into something? LOL!
PS: Sorry to highjack the thread but it looked like it could use a bump.
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