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Dec 29, 2011, 08:55 AM
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New Heli Pilot Checking in

Hello all, nice place ya got here

New to RC helis and decided to join a few forums to get info, do research and ask questions.

I just started flying 3-channel coaxial (108G) helis and want more, one day full 3D, but for now baby steps.

Looking at my first 4-channel, considering the mSR X or the Trex 100X - all opinions welcome. There will be a DX6i in my not-too-distant future and a CP 400-class but for now I'm keeping it mini.

I am looking for advice between the two mini's above (or other suggestions) for my last fixed pitch mini, I see advantages to both with the mSR X edging out the Trex 100X slightly with it's advanced link option and more aggressive characteristics/tunings - but I like the free sim Align includes; though I have not seen the sim, I'm sure it's very basic and should not be part of my purchase decision.

Looking forward to e-meeting you all and to a fun new hobby
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Dec 29, 2011, 02:28 PM
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MSRx IMO. First off. If you buy the DX6i now. You can get the MSRx as bind n fly. And when you move up. You can get a bind n fly Blade 450 3D.
Last edited by Dale 813; Dec 29, 2011 at 02:37 PM.
Dec 29, 2011, 02:49 PM
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+ 1 on the msrx......However I hear that align did a nice re-work of the t-100..But still blade seems to OWN this arena when it comes to micros.

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