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4 x Syma all great
About the S033G
Tags: Syma X9
Syma Freak
February 7, 2013 - 12:53 pm
Member Since: November 26, 2010
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Good to hear you are having a good flying experience with the S033G.I did a review of the S031G ,I was not that impressed with the heli,shoots up in the air,losses radio contact,hopeless in wind as you said,coaxial helis are really not good for outside flying,single rotors are much better.My view was the big Syma helis need brushless motors-I have not tried the S033G yet myself, so was interested in your view-- Keep us posted. SFlaugh

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February 5, 2013 - 10:16 pm

The largest in the range, the S033G is great. I've had mine for about a month but only get to fly it occasionally because A. You need almost perfect conditions, IE: virtually no wind. B. Its just a bit too big to fly indoors. I just had a flight about ten minutes ago as it has been a very warm day (about 35 C) and there was virtually no wind just a slight breeze but not enough to have it on flat stick in one direction. I went very high - almost alarmingly high and was a bit worried I was going to lose her. Not even a single crash and this is in my small backyard but once its in the air it hardly matters. I did the mod where I replaced the tail rotor with a double horse one which gives it better forward thrust (you have to reverse the wires). I flew until it ran out of juice and floated gently to the ground, let it run for about a minute to simulate real Helicopter conditions where you see them run the engine for about twenty minutes before turning the engine off. Anyway when I went inside to put it back on charge I thought I would check the RC batteries. Two were dead! I couldn't believe it! Yes dead flat so that just goes to show how good this thing is. When I first started with Helis I made the mistake of getting a Volition Double horse about the same size which is about 63 CMs long. Needless to say I flew it twice crashed it and it was all over Red Rover. I highly recommend one of these if you want a big Heli but would like to spend very little. $75.00 delivered. I also bought an S107 recently $20.00 delivered. Great little heli and I own the S032 and the Apache S109. all good and all flying well.

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