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daleb
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March 16, 2013 - 8:07 am

I just got my first S107 from Amazon and enjoying it very much. I find the tips offered on this forum very helpful, and look forward to incorporating several mods as time goes on. I really enjoy the videos so generously provided by many like, Supernova. Very helpful and sometimes quite entertaining as well.

As a retired geek (engr) I find this a pretty cool little pastime. It is amazing what they managed to incorporate into this little craft for $25.

Stability is excellent for what it is. Glad I ran into this forum!

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JamDJ
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March 16, 2013 - 12:55 pm
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Daleb, Welcome to the forum, glad you are joining us and 

found the info here helpful! What color did you get? The 

longer you are here, you'll find these little guys are like 

eating potato chips, you can't stop at just having one! 

Good luck with it and have fun. Be sure to check back here often!

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daleb
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March 17, 2013 - 6:36 am

I have green one. I already went ahead and ordered the parts for the battery mod. The longer I can keep it in the air to play and practice, the better it is!

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March 17, 2013 - 11:22 am
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daleb said
I just got my first S107 from Amazon and enjoying it very much. I find the tips offered on this forum very helpful, and look forward to incorporating several mods as time goes on. I really enjoy the videos so generously provided by many like, Supernova. Very helpful and sometimes quite entertaining as well.

As a retired geek (engr) I find this a pretty cool little pastime. It is amazing what they managed to incorporate into this little craft for $25.

Stability is excellent for what it is. Glad I ran into this forum!

Sorry for late welcome..wow doing battery mod already,let us know how it goes  crigon_04

 

"Fly like a butterfly sting like a Syma" http://syma107.com

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jbrumberg
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March 17, 2013 - 11:51 am

Get a couple of more S107G'swink ...  Then you can keep on flying during the "tinkering process" with another/others. cool

 

4 S107G's and 1 S107N flying laugh; 1  modified S107N down frown- Main Shaft Connector surprisedyell.

 

With a pending WL V911 I will also be following a battery mod yell once I use up my  existing stash of batteries.

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