Thread: what fbl gyro
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Old 05-08-2013, 03:28 AM   #4 (permalink)
Andy01
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Depends how stable you want it to be and what your budget is ?

Going nobar (ie. GY401 on the tail) is OK, but it will always be more of a handful to fly, especially in wind, even with 4 blades. Perhaps not the best option for a newbie.

If you can fit a FBL (I have no experience with MCCPM), then any reputable FBL will work. I like the SK720, and it has a self-levelling feature, which might be useful for a newbie.

I would recommend getting VERY comfortable with a heli as a pod & boom before fitting a scale fuselage. I crashed plenty when I was learning.

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