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Old 10-25-2016, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone have a WLToys V9xx chart?

There are so many different WLToys helicopters, I need a chart to see the sizes, brushed vs brushless, FP vs CP, 6-axis vs 3-axis only, etc.
Anyone ever find such a thing on the interwebs?
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Never seen one. Some sites display the full range in a nice format and some have better spec details. But if you post what you are most interested in, you'll probably get a quick pointer in the right direction.

With the state of 6-axis FBL technology these days, and prices from China, there is really no reason to do anything less. The 977 will take you (or your kids) from first flight through 3D if you are willing to invest the time. It's also incredibly rugged - which helps a lot given how much you're going to be crashing. The XK K110 is basically the same heli with slightly different electronics. The only real difference is the transmitter. It's a little better (more program capabilities to grow with) and costs slightly more. Either is a terrific choice for a first heli, or a first cp heli if you are looking to move up from fp.
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Old 10-26-2016, 10:43 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I am a beginner, currently flying an MJX F49.
I ordered a V911-V2 a few weeks ago and expect it any day now.
Im also looking for my first micro CP, I've read the V966 might be a bit better then the V977 since the V977 is still a little bit of a handful.

Also, I ordered a V950 (Walkera Master CP clone) a few days ago and I don't expect it till the end of November since it was on backorder.
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If you're looking for a winter living room flier, the 966 will be better. I don't think the 977 is any more difficult to fly if you're outside on grass, but in a closed space, the additional power will make for more damaging impacts with walls and ceilings. The down side with the 966 is that you'll need to replace the motor at some point unless you decide to move on from it. (But that's not a big negative...)

The advantage of both the 966 and 977 over anything larger is that, at least outside, you won't be repairing them every crash. They are well known as very robust, even for micros, and you can't go wrong with either of them. 6-axis and 3-axis modes both work very well right out of the box.

If you decide to go 966, you might also want to look at the XK K100. Again, basically the same heli with a better transmitter, and it looks like the price is about the same at the moment.

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Thanks for the info, I bought the XK K100 RTF for $70 shipped off evilbay.
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Its now close to 7 months later so I thought I'd come back to give an update...the XK K100 was by FAR the best CP heli learning tool I could have possibly hoped for. I have a T-rex 600 now that I did my 5th flight on yesterday and i would not have been able to do the sloppy figure 8's I was able to do with it had i not owned that XK K100...which i still fly often.
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...the XK K100 was by FAR the best CP heli learning tool I could have possibly hoped for. I have a T-rex 600 now that I did my 5th flight on yesterday and i would not have been able to do the sloppy figure 8's I was able to do with it had i not owned that XK K100...which i still fly often.
There are still some guys who prefer to learn on a big heli with training gear, or a big heli and just a sim. But the k100 an k110 are so much less stressful. With all the time I put in on the sim and k110, the Oxy and Atom are very relaxing to fly.
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