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Old 11-12-2020, 02:06 PM   #72 (permalink)
navigator2011
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Originally Posted by zadaw View Post
It does fly more like the 150X than the mCPX BL2. However, it is much more durable than those two helis. After 82 flights and a number of high speed crashes onto grass. The only parts I had to replace was a pair of blades, a main shaft and a servo horn. There was damage to parts such as the main frame and skids but the heli was still usable.
I've had a good experience with the 150X -- I mean after installing metal servo gears and servo savers, that is. When I was just starting to learn inverted flight, I had all sorts of crazy crashes -- plowed it directly onto my concrete driveway, slammed it into my car, wrapped it around lamp post, and more! These are crashes that would screw up any helicopter, so I cannot complain about installing new shafts, booms and main gears.

In any case, the M1 sounds like it's going to be a great heli for the rest of us out here in heli land.
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