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Dec 17, 2012, 06:12 AM
I'd rather be flying
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Originally Posted by fauconnier
The F46 is offered at Banggood for $95. Same technology but smaller then the F45, more expensive then the price I paid for my two great F45, small and basic transmitter of the F47, unless it is an amazing flyer I don't predict a great future to the F46 at that price.
I agree. I also see the F45 is now $15 more than when I bought it 2 months ago!
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Dec 17, 2012, 06:35 AM
Eugene
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Originally Posted by baddb1
I agree. I also see the F45 is now $15 more than when I bought it 2 months ago!
The F-45 is the better of all of them so I would wait for the new FBL heli in a F-45 size or larger.
Dec 17, 2012, 06:50 AM
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Yeah,... I just looked at the F46 online. Doesn't look that exciting at all. Frame looks like it's gone totally plastic. Besides, I'm having lots of fun with my F45, especially now that I've had some setbacks on my 450 clone build! If MJX does an FBL, now does sound interesting, especially if they decide to take the motor off the back. I'm off to school!!
Dec 17, 2012, 08:39 AM
Flying a Falcon or a 3D plane.
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Originally Posted by Eric.Jr.Sax
Yeah,... I just looked at the F46 online. Doesn't look that exciting at all. Frame looks like it's gone totally plastic. Besides, I'm having lots of fun with my F45, especially now that I've had some setbacks on my 450 clone build! If MJX does an FBL, now does sound interesting, especially if they decide to take the motor off the back. I'm off to school!!
The F45 differ from the other helicopter by its capacity to resist a crash and it is what make me appreciate it so much. I have 1 belt tail heli and one shaft tail heli , both hold better then the F45 motor tail but there is a big price to pay for that, they are 2000% more fragile.
Dec 17, 2012, 06:06 PM
Fly Fast, Fly Hard, Fly Fun
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Amazed with this helicopter


Greetings on this snowy Canadian winter day. This morning I took the F645 up for a fun little flight in the snow. I had a ground camera that captured some cool shots from my van and an on-board camera for the rest. I know some guys & gals prefer unedited video that shows the flight start to finish so I've clipped nothing between take-off and landing.

I am continually amazed at how nice this helicopter flies and how well it performs across a wide variety of situations. It's damn near perfect at what it does. Anyway, here's today's snowy video for you. I recommend full-screen at 1080p HD so you can get more of the distance views from the top panel.

Super Snow Day - Flying The F645 (7 min 51 sec)
Dec 17, 2012, 06:24 PM
Eugene
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Nice flying rexless but -1c is way to cold for me.
I would have to be in a bubble of nice warm air as I can't control my body temps so it's only nice to moderate day's for me.

That is a beautiful country to fly in one day I might go to Canada once I can get a portable bubble lol.
Dec 17, 2012, 10:57 PM
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Hi guys do you think this battery would be better than 2000mah nano tech?

http://www.fystore.com/p56310/MJX-F4...t-Sellers.html
Dec 17, 2012, 11:10 PM
Fly Fast, Fly Hard, Fly Fun
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I am very happy with my 2000mah Nanotech. The only way to know if one is better than the other is to try them in the same rig.
Dec 17, 2012, 11:18 PM
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I found best price for mjx f45 helicopter here

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...575067137.html
Dec 18, 2012, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Vladicopter
Hi guys do you think this battery would be better than 2000mah nano tech?

http://www.fystore.com/p56310/MJX-F4...t-Sellers.html
I tested that battery. The one I received, though a real lipo, lasted only four minutes and got extremely hot (too hot to touch). Unless mine was defective, I think the discharge rate is too low for the F45 current draw. Nanotech 2000s only get slightly warm after continuous hard use for 8 minutes or more.
Dec 18, 2012, 01:37 AM
Eugene
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Originally Posted by hawaiichopper
I tested that battery. The one I received, though a real lipo, lasted only four minutes and got extremely hot (too hot to touch). Unless mine was defective, I think the discharge rate is too low for the F45 current draw. Nanotech 2000s only get slightly warm after continuous hard use for 8 minutes or more.
I myself would not even touch this battery as to me it looks suspect, it has no C rating on it and no brand name either also it is strange how all the photos of it with the standard battery seems to be carefully placed as to not show the so called approved stickers above.
Dec 18, 2012, 01:53 AM
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Am I over-discharging the stock battery?


I am using the lithium ion program of my Accucell 6, which charges the stock battery to 8.2 V. I set the low voltage alarm to ring at 3.2 V, giving me a flight time of about 7 min with my BL converted F45. After I disconnect the battery, the voltage (open circuit) goes upto 3.5 V per cell. According to the Accucell manual, the discharge voltage cutoff for a lithium ion cell is 2.5 V, and I'm well above that, so is this OK?

(My stock battery has about 40 flights on it)
Dec 18, 2012, 03:13 AM
Eugene
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Originally Posted by Lentar
I am using the lithium ion program of my Accucell 6, which charges the stock battery to 8.2 V. I set the low voltage alarm to ring at 3.2 V, giving me a flight time of about 7 min with my BL converted F45. After I disconnect the battery, the voltage (open circuit) goes upto 3.5 V per cell. According to the Accucell manual, the discharge voltage cutoff for a lithium ion cell is 2.5 V, and I'm well above that, so is this OK?

(My stock battery has about 40 flights on it)
Yes that's fine.
Dec 18, 2012, 04:09 AM
Eternal beginner
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Originally Posted by rexless
Greetings on this snowy Canadian winter day. This morning I took the F645 up for a fun little flight in the snow. I had a ground camera that captured some cool shots from my van and an on-board camera for the rest. I know some guys & gals prefer unedited video that shows the flight start to finish so I've clipped nothing between take-off and landing.
...
http://youtu.be/yy5ZY84Bn7M
Thank you for sharing your flying.
As allways, fine video, and fine music too !

Roland
Dec 18, 2012, 08:36 AM
Scotsman in Germany
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Originally Posted by Vladicopter
I found best price for mjx f45 helicopter here

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...575067137.html
I think before I wait 6 weeks for delivery and pay 19% import tax, I'd be better off getting it here

http://www.ebay.de/itm/4-Kanal-2-4-G...item19d42062ea

...or here...

http://www.ebay.de/itm/GROsER-RC-HUB...item231c809bc4

Thanks anyway for the tip


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