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Syma Freak
February 13, 2011 - 11:35 am
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@Bloodtiger-Hey that is a great post,never tried Airhog tail rotor, i use Picooz. Really great you are having fun with Syma S107, they are neat helis-just remember to let battery cool down after flight for 15 mins before charging, then the little bird will give you many flights.Thanks for the post.Smile

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

February 4, 2011 - 6:47 am

I've always wanted to fly R/c helicopters and Planes. And always they have been to expensive. SO I stated buying the Micro r/c ones a few years ago. I have bought 5 Air hogs products, but have been very disappointedFrown. This is my First Syma Product And SO far it has blown away my Air hogs experience Laugh. The S107 flys better, smoother, longer and easier then pervious airhogs products I have flown. I have owned MY S107 for about 2.5 days now and have placed it though about 8-9 flights. It has been a joy to fly. The only small draw back was the s[eed in which it goes forward or backwards. But then again I've done somthing that is imposible to do with an airhogs product I Moded itSmile. I did sorta cheat here I had an old tail rotor blade from an airhogs productSurprised and placed it on My s107. It still isn't to much faster but, it is more enjoyable to fly.Smile


To anyone who is thinking of getting these please do. I believe you'll enjoy it enough you might even write about it.

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