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Old 04-30-2013, 12:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

Now that I have graduated from a 120SR to a CP heli (mCPx BL) I have been looking for help in learning some additional moves on both the heli and phoenix.

The following set of videos by dbutzer have greatly assisted my flight skills. What I like about them is he shows the stick movements, (although greatly exaggerated) required to perform each of the moves while the heli is on the ground and then moves into the air to show what the end result looks like. Watching and then practicing them onto the sim works a treat.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72iYU...d40fZVbC2-RtW5

dbutzer was good enough to allow me to add them to a playlist so other could find these tutorials among his many videos. I hope other find these videos as helpful as I do.

Having trouble adding the playlist address for these videos, to access click on the text in the red area of the embedded video. Alternatively here is the URL that you can copy and paste into a browser

"http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQiwlbZ6d7m2D7_mHWud40fZVbC2-RtW5"

Cheers,
Jim

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Hi All,

Now that I have graduated from a 120SR to a CP heli (mCPx BL) I have been looking for help in learning some additional moves on both the heli and phoenix.

The following set of videos by dbutzer have greatly assisted my flight skills. What I like about them is he shows the stick movements, (although greatly exaggerated) required to perform each of the moves while the heli is on the ground and then moves into the air to show what the end result looks like. Watching and then practicing them onto the sim works a treat.

RC Heli Tutorial Videos - YouTube

dbutzer was good enough to allow me to add them to a playlist so other could find these tutorials among his many videos. I hope other find these videos as helpful as I do.

Cheers,
Jim
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:56 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thx for the heads up, I had trouble embedding the youtube playlist. Hopefully fixed.

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the thing that really started to click for me with nose in inverted orientation was to look at the tail, if you want the tail to go up press up on elevator, or down press elevator down. seemed to help me a lot now im not thinking about it as much
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