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Difference between S107 & S107G
New Member
October 6, 2011 - 4:19 am
Member Since: October 6, 2011
Forum Posts: 1
I have ordered a Syma S107G from a UK website. Unfortunately to my surprise when I opened the parcel I found out that the seller sent me an S107 instead of a S107G. I immediately sent him an email to check why he did not send the S107G and his reply was that the S107 & S107G are exactly the same. 
Can you kindly confirm if the S107 & S107G are the same or there are differences /  improvements as stated on various Syma forums or even eBay????

Help pls!!!!

Syma Freak
October 8, 2011 - 4:44 pm
Member Since: November 26, 2010
Forum Posts: 1323

@blackhawk I have both-they reckon changes on pcb board,to me they both fly well,would not worry to much-does the bird fly ok?

"Fly like a butterfly sting like a bee" http://syma107.com
Northern Virginny
December 5, 2011 - 12:43 pm
Member Since: December 5, 2011
Forum Posts: 3

doesn't the "G" have the gyro ?

December 5, 2011 - 2:02 pm
Member Since: November 17, 2011
Forum Posts: 1093

yeah, but they're practically the same.


g's an improved version, and a little more stable, from what I've heard.


It seems to me like they might use them interchangably in some cases, too.

Northern Virginny
December 5, 2011 - 2:10 pm
Member Since: December 5, 2011
Forum Posts: 3

i dunno...i have 2 s107 and I bought the whatever model that looks like a coast guard rescue chopper with the "G" and boy that thing flys a lot more stable thean the plain s107.....it is pretty nice..okay ...very nice!!!

December 6, 2011 - 1:42 am
Member Since: November 17, 2011
Forum Posts: 1093

I think the plastic bodied ones actually do fly more stable than the 107's. I think their body lends to them having less throttle to be airborn, which reduces how much the sway occurs and the number of vibrations. Plus, I think they're a little more balanced than the 107's. They also have smaller balance bars, for whatever reason, and that affects a lot too, since it gives them much better responce times, and their less afected by the vibrations/warps in the main shaft and are less prone to bend or hit the blades.


I just love when my little 102 is flying, but I almost don't like how stable it is, since it kinda takes the challange out of it, to a certain degree...

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