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Old 01-02-2010, 07:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Whats the difference 4G6 4#6?

I see on Clubheli.com they have a 4#6 model that looks similar to the 4G6 but is less expensive.

What's the difference between these two models?
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4G6 is collective pitch, 4#6 is fixed pitch. If you don't know the difference, pray.

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4G6 is a Collective Pitch heli that is capable of 3D (inverted) flying.
4#6 is a Fixed Pitch heli that is not capable of 3D (inverted) flying.
They are the same size and share many of the same components.
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Wowa, an answer from god, (steve is god around here jesus) ... see I told you praying works.

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Wowa, an answer from god, (steve is god around here jesus) praying works.

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Old 01-03-2010, 10:59 AM   #6 (permalink)
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4G6 is collective pitch, 4#6 is fixed pitch. If you don't know the difference, pray.

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Should have caught that. I know the difference between CP and non-CP, just didn't realize the 4#6 was fixed. Hence I asked the question. But I will pray anyway. LOL.
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