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Sep 22, 2012, 08:38 PM
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Originally Posted by North_of_49
Pretty sure he does mean the CX2 which is is more 120sr sized (bigger).

mCX and mCX2 are the same (smaller) size
I see. Thanks. I got that all wrong.
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Sep 22, 2012, 08:43 PM
Scout CX | mCX2 | mSR | 120SR
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Originally Posted by Heli Pad
I see. Thanks. I got that all wrong.
Go back a page and I edited and added a pic...it's actually a nice looking bird

I saw canopies for it in the store... a little big looking for the 120 though.
Sep 23, 2012, 08:14 AM
High Plains Drifter...
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Fleet reduction notice!

Guys I am trimming my fleet down. I have two 120's to let go of if anyone is interested.
Last edited by BattleDude; Dec 29, 2012 at 11:48 AM.
Sep 23, 2012, 03:04 PM
Jake From Planet Mascoutah, IL
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Originally Posted by BattleDude
Fleet reduction notice!

Guys I am trimming my fleet down. I have two 120's to let go of if anyone is interested.
How much? I am interested.
Sep 23, 2012, 03:22 PM
High Plains Drifter...
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Originally Posted by Jake8131
How much? I am interested.
Jake, I will take $65 each, or $120 for both, plus shipping. They are very low mileage, as I had 10 of them, and tended to fly only 2 of my other five. I am cutting back to five 120's.
I want a flybarless CP, either a 450, or a 130 and a mCPx, not sure which way I am going to go. Would really like the mCPx for indoors.
Still have to decide.
Sep 23, 2012, 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by BattleDude
Jake, I will take $65 each, or $120 for both, plus shipping. They are very low mileage, as I had 10 of them, and tended to fly only 2 of my other five. I am cutting back to five 120's.
I want a flybarless CP, either a 450, or a 130 and a mCPx, not sure which way I am going to go. Would really like the mCPx for indoors.
Still have to decide.
10!! You really do like the 120s. Wish you had been selling these a month ago! I'm trying to persuade the wife that she might enjoy the hobby and she is starting to sound convinced!

If they haven't gone in a couple of hours I will almost definitely take one of your hands!

Is that radio still available mate?
Sep 23, 2012, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by BattleDude
Hey SR120 fan ...
I have a deal for you. I have a HP6DSM TX, that I just am not going to use anymore. It is not quite like a DX6i, but it is much better than the MLP4DSM.

http://www.horizonhobby.com/products...bcpp2-EFLH1056
BD: I have read that the HP6DSM has built in specific mixes for the Blade SR and is not useable for other helis. Are you saying that you have used this for other helis and, if so, how did it work?

This is one of the reviews on the HH webite for the HP6DSM:

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Don't waist your time!!!! Posted March 27, 2011
So I got this radio with my Blade SR...... Even though it has dip switches to be put in to plane mode. You do not negate the expo and other limits PROGRAMED into this transmitter.... It is absolutely USELESS for ANY plane or helicopter OTHER than the BLADE SR!!!!!! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!!
Last edited by Saxguy1000; Sep 23, 2012 at 05:01 PM. Reason: Review added
Sep 23, 2012, 05:17 PM
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Yeah, I have one of Battle Dudes custom jobs on the way to me. I am hoping they fly like my Nine Eagles solo pro which I enjoy flying outside my house. And I hope they are as quick, agile, and maneuverable. I just got a used Exceed/Walkera Madhawk 300 which works great, but is a slug. It has no control authority at all. I think something's wrong with it, setup wise, it shouldn't be THAT bad.
Sep 23, 2012, 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Saxguy1000
BD: I have read that the HP6DSM has built in specific mixes for the Blade SR and is not useable for other helis. Are you saying that you have used this for other helis and, if so, how did it work?

This is one of the reviews on the HH webite for the HP6DSM:
So it wouldn't work for an mSR? Still wouldn't bother me as I will have that one and the missus can have the dodgy one that comes with it lol. I don't think I will need to upgrade for a while anyway as the SR120 is awesome and I will make do with the stock radio for the mSR
Sep 23, 2012, 06:43 PM
High Plains Drifter...
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Originally Posted by SR120 fan
10!! You really do like the 120s. Wish you had been selling these a month ago! I'm trying to persuade the wife that she might enjoy the hobby and she is starting to sound convinced!

If they haven't gone in a couple of hours I will almost definitely take one of your hands!

Is that radio still available mate?
OK, sounds good. But beware wives are hard to convince when comes to this hobby!
OK also on the 120's.
And the radio is yours if you want it, otherwise I will save it untill I see the next lad struggling with "toy TX" as Mike puts it.
Sep 23, 2012, 06:49 PM
High Plains Drifter...
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Originally Posted by Saxguy1000
BD: I have read that the HP6DSM has built in specific mixes for the Blade SR and is not useable for other helis. Are you saying that you have used this for other helis and, if so, how did it work?

This is one of the reviews on the HH webite for the HP6DSM:
What they don't realize Sax, is that there are two versions of the HP6DSM.

The one that comes with the SR, says "BladeSR" on the front of it. That TX has mixes built in and can only be used with the SR(as far as I know)

If a pilot buys a stand alone HP6DSM as I did, it does not say BladesSR on it, and it can be used with the 120 for sure because I did it, Mike did it and others have done it.

It worked just like the DX6i, with the same excact feel. The thing it does not have is more than 1 model capability, and it has manual trim buttons, rather that digital. Not quite as convenient as digital trim buttons, but better than the MLP4DSM.

I am quessing that it could be used with mSR also, but I don't know that for a fact.

All dip swithes up, except #4 down.

It works, I did it. There is info online about it, but I forgot where I found it. Mike might remember.
Last edited by BattleDude; Sep 23, 2012 at 06:59 PM.
Sep 23, 2012, 06:55 PM
High Plains Drifter...
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Originally Posted by shahram72
Yeah, I have one of Battle Dudes custom jobs on the way to me. I am hoping they fly like my Nine Eagles solo pro which I enjoy flying outside my house. And I hope they are as quick, agile, and maneuverable. I just got a used Exceed/Walkera Madhawk 300 which works great, but is a slug. It has no control authority at all. I think something's wrong with it, setup wise, it shouldn't be THAT bad.
I am not familiar with the Nine Eagles shahram, but I think you will like the 120. Some here have tried different main rotors and even clipped the stock ones down, and they say it gives it more authority in the breeze. I do know that the 120 is quick, sometimes almost too quick for me!
Sep 23, 2012, 07:23 PM
Jake From Planet Mascoutah, IL
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Originally Posted by Saxguy1000
BD: I have read that the HP6DSM has built in specific mixes for the Blade SR and is not useable for other helis. Are you saying that you have used this for other helis and, if so, how did it work?

This is one of the reviews on the HH webite for the HP6DSM:
Ok...one more time...there are two different versions of the HP6DSM...the one with the SR logo on the front and the other without....the one without is the better radio, as the one with the SR logo is tuned down specifically for the blade sr!




Sep 23, 2012, 07:54 PM
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Originally Posted by BattleDude
I am not familiar with the Nine Eagles shahram, but I think you will like the 120. Some here have tried different main rotors and even clipped the stock ones down, and they say it gives it more authority in the breeze. I do know that the 120 is quick, sometimes almost too quick for me!
Yeah the videos I have watched show me that it flies how I expect. I don't know what's up with my Walkera. I am familiar with increased headspeed on FP helis. I put smaller blades on my Walkera V370D01 and it made it controllable whereas with the stock blades it just floated away with no control. I thought these companies employed some kind of engineers. I guess some do not... Blade stuff, which expensive, always flies right. I wish the 130 and 300 weren't so expensive, it's just crazy, I like those birds but would never pay that much when I can build a real hobby grade heli in 450 size. Forget about the 450, I laughed when I saw the price.


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