Looking for Trex helicopter help in Central Coast CA
Many flights have passed since this first post, now flying 600e and recently puchased a BNF Trex600ProN.
I've found helis to be much more of a challenge than e planes. The mechanical upkeep is much more intense and required.
I have been flying CP Pros a and have assembled a Trex 450
Before I fly it - I'd like to have an experienced pilot
check it out and dial it in. I will come to you.
PM me if you can help
Bill in CA
Last edited by Ducati-Rider; Mar 27, 2010 at 02:05 PM. Reason: Update
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