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Well someone has to start it. It looks like its me. What can i say I loved Vbar easy
to set up works great. But i was introduced to the CGY 750 and with the help
of Brett "YODA" Dargue i have sold all my Vbars "The dark side" and gone to
the right side of the force. Not bagging the Vbars they are great but if you want
tail authority and cyclic stability go for the CGY750. Any questions Im sure i could set you straight
if i cant i can ask the master YODA and get back to you...............................................
MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU my young aprentices...........................
As you can see you are able to insert images etc into your signature. Does anyone know if you can resize images using BB Code?

Good too see u are all liking the site.. lots of good things to come.. u just wait..

Anyway.... anyone care to share there real name so that we can put nicks to names and we know whos who... you dont have to.. just if u want to..
OK bitches get ya night rigs out tomorrow at freestylers
Hey Guys,

wondering if anyone knows what the actual fastest recorded speed is for RC helis for Aus and the world ?
WoW, Thats a lot in such a short time .. it's only been live for like 3 or 4 days
Well first of all I am assuming that you know how to fly inverted and normal figure 8s.. You must have orientation down pat before trying any of these maneuvers for real. Now Rainbows will be one of the first of what I call power moves and they can be relatively simple and deceptively difficult at the same time.

Firstly I recommend that you do the rainbow at an angle away from yourself. So if you panic the helicopter will not hit you. Safey first.

With the helicopter head angled away from you, flip the helicopter to approx 70 degrees back and push out using...

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