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Does this look good to you "experts"?
Was looking for a single rotor heli and found this thing... I Must say... it look amazering.
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July 31, 2012 - 6:21 am
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   [Pardon the poor English in the Desc.] Wink

Ok, so I was looking for a single rotor heli because I wanted something i could fly outside. ( I heard single rotors are preferable for this, is there any truth to this?) So I decided I would browse Amazon and see if I could find one in my price range and found this: http://www.amazon.com/Double-Horse-9100-3-Channel-Helicopter/dp/B004LOKRDG/ref=sr_1_2?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1343678298&sr=1-2

So does this look good? I'm not really sure exactly what to look for, but the price seemed super good for being a wee bit longer than the s031, AND being a single rotor heli.ConfusedLaugh (By the way, I do own and am able to fly fluently a s031g and a s800g)

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http://www.amazon.com/Double-2.....pd_sim_t_2

 

i bought that a while back and its a nice stable helicopter it is a bit harder to fly than the s800g though. i chose this one because of the 2.4 ghz control (which prevents interference and make the heli more responsive. there is truth that the single rotor helicopter will handle the wind better but the co-axial helicopters are much easier to fly. personally i had more fun with the s31g but the s32g is great, its small enough where your not afraid to crash it but big enough to handle flying outside. 

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PaulT27 said
http://www.amazon.com/Double-2.....pd_sim_t_2

 

I bought that a while back and its a nice stable helicopter it is a bit harder to fly than the s800g though. i chose this one because of the 2.4 ghz control (which prevents interference and make the heli more responsive. there is truth that the single rotor helicopter will handle the wind better but the co-axial helicopters are much easier to fly. personally i had more fun with the s31g but the s32g is great, its small enough where your not afraid to crash it but big enough to handle flying outside. 

Thanks for the reply. Ya i ended up pulling the trigger on the 9100. The thing is great. Just needs a little bit more forward movement on the swashplate....,

  But i have watched videos for plenty of mods you can do to it to solve this problem. And dang the thing is a speed demon compared to anything else I've flown... 

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