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JettaManDan
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It happens...just not my day. I was pretty aggressive with the 450 and after 7 flights that day, I should've done a better per-flight! Which is kinda ironic since I spend about 2 hours pre-flighting before I head out in the real thing


i've found that no matter how much you go over on your Heli there is still stuff you can't/won't see....it just happens...
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Scubasteve
Yup. I totally agree.
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josheppaul
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Fei_Hu
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I am new to this forum and looking for some cool RC stuffs like rc car, trucks whatever. So I think this is great place to buy that stuffs, can you like to tell me that what can I have to do for get that toys?


This is a bot that has been kicked off RCModelreviews.com. There was another one that always had the same links to a non-English web site. They are both gone now from rcmodelreviews and they need to be deleted here too.
Fei Hu is Mandarin for Flying Tiger.
The guy in the photo is my father.
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JettaManDan
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This is a bot that has been kicked off RCModelreviews.com. There was another one that always had the same links to a non-English web site. They are both gone now from rcmodelreviews and they need to be deleted here too.


i'll keep an eye on it...so far nothing is in violation of the rules...reguardless of the bad english...thanks for the heads up!

Dan
My YouTube Channel - 250+ Video's! http://www.youtube.com/jettamandan09

I'm an R/C Junkie! 40+ planes - 12 Heli's - 6 multirotors - and ground vehicles galore! I've got issues.
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Fei_Hu
I'd suggest asking him/it a direct question and seeing what kind of gibberish reply you get. If any.
Fei Hu is Mandarin for Flying Tiger.
The guy in the photo is my father.
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josheppaul
How can you guys tell me a bot? I am not a bot understand, I am looking for some RC stuffs, if you have then tell me otherwise I will go to another place. One more think, I do not advertised of any kind of stuffs.
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Fei_Hu
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How can you guys tell me a bot? I am not a bot understand, I am looking for some RC stuffs, if you have then tell me otherwise I will go to another place. One more think, I do not advertised of any kind of stuffs.


Yeah, right. Look at the signature (buy fjernstyret bil for huge enjoyment), and click on his/its home page link.
If I'm wrong, I'm sorry. But all the signs point the other way.
Fei Hu is Mandarin for Flying Tiger.
The guy in the photo is my father.
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josheppaul
Tell me straight that you do not know my question's answer. Well thanks for replaying I will go to another forum or way for finding it.
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Andy4568
I have flown (briefly) the mSR indoors - and I must admit it handles very differently to the MCP X. (In that the MCP X is much more 'slippery' - goes much faster.
That's why I was looking for some input as to the comparision between the MCP X and the Nano CP X. As far as handling - I'm wondering is it closer to the MCP X, or closer to the mSR when it comes to speed and maneuverability. Just some form of guide to give he a hint as to whether it might be suitable for me as an indoors (livingroom) helicopter.


Regards.
Andy.
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JettaManDan
Nano CPX has the same issues as ther MCPX for indoors..very fast and manuverable..too much so for a small space...in a big indoor space you are fine..but not suitable for a living room....the blades are hard and can cut someone bad if you hit them (or yourself) with them...
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I'm an R/C Junkie! 40+ planes - 12 Heli's - 6 multirotors - and ground vehicles galore! I've got issues.
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Andy4568
The Nano is twitchy compared to an MCPX, this is not good for beginners. Stability is the best thing for beginners.
The MCPX is superior outside due to it's higher HS. Because of this, the Nano can not handle wind like the MCPX can. I would go MCPX. It has proven more reliable. Has a vast wealth of knowledge out there. I really have no interest in the nano though myself and own the MCPX. So I may be bias.

Regards.
Andy.
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