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Jun 23, 2002, 03:14 PM
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Best Electric Copter for a Newbie


With all the choices out there for small E-copters, can someone give me there recomondation on a acrobatic upgradable one for a newbie?

Thanks,
Tom
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Jun 23, 2002, 03:31 PM
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Hi Tom,

Don't bother looking through past posts - nobody has ever asked THAT question before

Unless you are talking indoor models. my vote would be for the LOGO 10.

Cheers!

Glen
Last edited by gpeden; Jun 23, 2002 at 04:01 PM.
Jun 23, 2002, 03:58 PM
cnk
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Go for the Logo 10. I got a Voyager E first and then a Logo 10 and I prefer it over the VE. Much easier to fly since it's bigger and more stable in wind. The VE gets tossed around quite easily in the wind.

Calvin
Jun 23, 2002, 04:11 PM
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Hello

I love my Eco 8, but go for the Logo 10. It fits exactily what you want. But note, get a good(B50-11L and a Kontronik Beat 55-6-88 or Schulze 45Ho) brushless motor and controller the first time around so you dont have to upgrade it.

Carlo
Jun 23, 2002, 10:28 PM
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With all the choices out there for small E-copters,
There really aren't that many.. I think . I guess there needs to be more demand for e-helis or something.
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can someone give me there recomondation on a acrobatic upgradable one for a newbie?
I also own an Eco 8. While I still fly it around A LOT, tought me how to fly, and am soon to upgrade it for more power... I'd still go for the LOGO 10! Much better e-heli out of the box. It would also be a good "trainer" due to its stable flight characteristics. Is it upgradable for 3-D? OH YES!

Hey Carlo, did you mean the Beat 55-6-18? I just point it out so that people don't get confused .

Chachin..