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Hello from western Massachusetts
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jbrumberg
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January 31, 2013 - 7:29 am

I received my first two S107G's January 26th, 2013.  Great little indoor fliers.  25 flights since purchase with no problems.  I learned a lot about battery care, need for collision avoidance, and rc heli rebuild/repair/modification with my two outswide rc heli's which got me interested in rc heli's around XMass 2012.  It's a lot nicer flying indoors during a New England (USA) winter. 

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January 31, 2013 - 9:06 pm
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crigon_04

Great to hear of your flying experience-now get to mods and crazy stuff-Lol

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

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January 31, 2013 - 11:04 pm
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Jbrumberg, Welcome and glad to have you

on board! It's interesting you fly outdoors and 

want to learn about indoor flying while for some

on here, it's the other way around. 

Be sure to check in often and welcome once 

again!

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jbrumberg
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February 1, 2013 - 2:38 am

Thanks for the welcomes.  This is one addictive pastime.  My first heli- a clone of a clone of a clone of a JXD350 and did not last too long outdoors; I am still awaiting parts.  My second a DH9053 has been my learning bird and by necessity during my learning curve I have become pretty good at repair, replacement, and modification of parts and heli.  It is really a little too large to fly indoors, and even with the modifications it really has trouble in any wind over 2mph outdoors.  It is at its best in truly calm air which is rare around here.  The S107 is one sweet indoor flyer.  I have much more time to practice flying indoors, which improves my skills for outside flight (which is really fun).

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