Mr.Pilot101
I shifted my growth plate in my little finger yesterday. They put me in a temporary cast that goes almost to my elbow. Does anyone know why the have it so big for just something by the knuckle?
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Rcjetflyer2
When I had surgery on my foot they put a full leg cast on me when all I needed was a few bandaids... Litterally. I guess they just want to get as much money out of us as they can. So which hand is it?
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Mr.Pilot101
Right hand. It's hard to even hold a transmitter.
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Rcjetflyer2
Ooooo sorry man. If it was your left hand you could just fly at full throttle all the time
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Mr.Pilot101
I know ! I'm right handed so it's kinda hard.
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Argonath
flip your control settings in the TX. Change the throttle over to the right stick and learn to fly the opposite side (Use your sims...)
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Mr.Pilot101
Thanks for the tip! I'm gonna start now.
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Argonath
A thought occurred to me. The right stick is spring loaded on a mode 2 TX to automatically self-center the stick. SO with this in mind, if you fly a plane, WATCH OUT because the throttle will be at 50% right from when you plug in the battery.

maybe not the best idea after all...
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Mr.Pilot101
Yeah. I figured that out when I tried it on the sim. Hopefully I'll get this bigger cast off and get a smaller brace or something around my hand.
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flycap93
It really sucks when your own body stops you from flying. I am working on trying to find other things to do except for flying all the time. i just need more activities to do for recreation...you know. So lately I have been doing many other things like paintball, mountain biking, swimming, and some other things.
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Mr.Pilot101
Yeah me too. Flying is still awesome though.
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