rc helicopter phoenix simulator vs real life flying.m4v

rc helicopter phoenix simulator vs genuine existence traveling
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14 Responses to “rc helicopter phoenix simulator vs real life flying.m4v”

  • mcevoyandrew1:

    Great help thanks!?

  • robnuts01:

    Don’t listen? to that comment. PROXONETH SIMULATOR DOES NOT EXIST!!!!!

  • nitrokyosho:

    does the transmitter have a port? for a sim

  • sabalan55:

    i have a devo-10 transmitter and i wan2 know if it is possible to use that with software .?

  • litsteve11:

    i have 6 helis all nitro 4 electric and a picoolo 23 planes all types and i wouldnt get rid of 1 of them been flying both for over 12 years what a great hobby? the flight simulator realy helps i got one 4 years ago cant knock it at all

  • unicorn7337:

    Great video and brilliant advice – sorry if I missed it in the video, but what model is the largest heli in this video? I’ve got myself a pair of HBK? 2’s which I can fly and hover thanks to learning in Phoenix – but that heli looks a bigger than the King 2’s.

  • Roxanna Ifft:

    Guys, choosing the best flight simulator to play does not have to be hard (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Look for a popular flight sims known as Proxoneth Simulator (do a search on google). Seriously, Proxoneth Simulator has numerous amazing features you need. I probably shouldn’t even be mentioning it cause I don’t want a bunch of other? folks out there running the same “game” but whatever, I am just in a great mood today so I’ll share the wealth haha.

  • moonyloonytune:

    I? bought RealFlight and they don’t have any Blade helicopters!! Plus it was $200! Bummer.

  • Matthew Bosch:

    which to get phoenix,realflight g6 or aerofly!? please reply!!? tank you!!

  • harvey wallbanger:

    very nice. thanks?

  • Paul Short:

    Thanks. I appreciate the video. Great? help :)

  • cacahahacaca:

    I recommend you go to? forums like RCGroups and Helifreak. There are a lot of threads where they talk about doing that sort of thing.

  • TheGriffster01:

    For a newbie like me your advice and video is invaluable thanks!?

  • CopterCrasher:

    A good Sim like phoenix is a must imo. I am? beginner ccpm now and went Coax, ccpm(fail), Sim, Fixed pitch, back to ccpm and finally moving away from hovers. Now, after my experience i would skip Coax and go Sim first, then straight to easy FP….like blade 120 sr, then move to mcpx. Both of those copters are durable, and fairly easy to repair.

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