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Old 07-08-2019, 08:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What flight orientations do you find the hardest to learn?

Seeing as how so many people love using the Nano as their trainer, it got me wondering which orientations people find the hardest to master. I've been flying for a few years now and slowly but surely each season I have been able to learn new maneuvers and flight orientations thanks to the Nano.


My goal this season was to learn inverted and upright backward flight. So far the upright backward flight has been going smoothly. The solid CF boom on the Nano has paid for itself time and time again after some really nasty boom strikes and tail crashes!


What do you guys find is the hardest way to fly?
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The not in contact with the ground orientation.
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This season, my goal has been inverted forwards and backwards flight. The inverted forward has come along pretty well. Backwards is completely vexing, for some reason. Oh well, next season I guess.
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I’m still practicing stationary hovers and piros in all orientations. Haven’t moved on to any sort of moving other than upright nose-forward. It is the stationary orientations, nose left and nose right inverted are the most challenging.
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I’m still practicing stationary hovers and piros in all orientations. Haven’t moved on to any sort of moving other than upright nose-forward. It is the stationary orientations, nose left and nose right inverted are the most challenging.
Yeah, those took me a long time to get down, too.

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Upright, backwards has been my biggest challenge with any of my helicopters.

Back when I started, there were no decent gyros, so backwards was out (at least for me).

The tail on the Nano holds amazingly well, so it helps to practice backwards, upright with it.
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