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|RC HELICOPTERS FOR BEGINNERS, THINK COAXIAL!||Published: 17/05/10|
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When asked, I recommend Coaxial RC helicopters for beginners or as I phase it, new comers to the RC helicopter hobby. With Coaxial RC helicopters, it is possible for a beginning helicopter pilot to start a new hobby and control cost while developing great flying skills almost immediately. Conventional RC helicopter are know for wild out of control spinning. They are inherently unstable due to the airflow that’s produced by the main rotor. RC helicopter have a tendency to try to turn in a counter direction. This is corrected by the rotation of the tail rotor. The difficulty comes when trying to maintain a balance between the pair of main rotor and tail rotor. It takes practice skill and training if you can find an experience RC helicopter pilot. This can be a trying task the first time around but there is a great solution for those new to this great RC hobby.
Today, many RC helicopters come equipped with coaxial rotors that are sometimes called the dual-rotor rotation solution. The two rotors rotate in opposite directions to counteract the torque and the tendency of the helicopter to try to turn in the opposite direction of the rotors. This aids in maintaining relative stability which makes the coax RC helicopters a great choice for beginners. The inherent stability of the coaxial helicopters makes it possible for beginners to begin training for successful flight, right out of the box. With a little practice you will build your confidence and settle in for many great RC helicopter adventures. Just think as a first time RC helicopter pilot you can get all the pleasure of flying your new RC model without prior training or going through a prolonged learning experience. There is no doubt; coaxial RC helicopters are the best choice for anyone looking to buy their first RC helicopter. The ease of flying your RC model as a beginner, whether indoors or out, will guarantee you a great experience. Ready, standby, liftoff!
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