A couple of my recent RC helicopter flying videos

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May 30, 2004
Westfield, Indiana
I've been fly RC helis for 16 months now. It's a very enjoyable hobby even though these RC helis are VERY difficult to learn to fly. I highly recommend this hobby to anyone who enjoys a good challenge.

Flying modified E-Sky Honey Bee Fixed Pitch in 10-15 mph winds


High Quality - http://blip.tv/file/866139?filename=Racin06-WindyHBFPFlying982.wmv

E-Sky King V2 Collective Pitch Crash


High Quality - http://blip.tv/file/692331?filename=Racin06-ESkyHoneyBeeKing2MaidenFlight790.wmv

Crash was caused by losing orientation (attitude) of the heli. I had never flown on an overcast day coupled with a snow-covered ground. Those visual conditions were very difficult for me. Of course, crashing and repairing is just part of the hobby.

For those of you who may be interested, below is the setup/specs for both helis.

E-Sky Honey Bee Fixed Pitch:

- Stock Honey Bee FP Airframe
- Slo-Max 300 Main Motor w/10T Pinion
- GWS DD Tail Motor (CN12-RXC)
- GWS Tail Rotor Housing and Vertical Fin
- GWS Tail Rotor Adapter w/4530 Prop
- Stock E-Sky Servos on cyclic x 2
- Super Skids
- Spektrum AR6100 2.4Ghz Receiver
- E-flite 3-in-1(Mixer, ESC, Rate Gyro)
- Esky 0704A Heading Hold Gyro
- Kyosho M24 Blades
- Esky Honey Bee King V2 Canopy
- Commonsense RC 7.4V 800mAh 10C Lithium Polymer Battery
- Spektrum DX7 2.4Ghz Transmitter

E-Sky King V2 Collective Pitch:

- Stock E-Sky King V2 Airframe
- E-Sky 3900KV Motor w/10T pinion
- Dynam 30A Electronic Speed Controller
- ParkBEC (Battery Eliminator Circuit)
- Spektrum AR6100 2.4Ghz Receiver
- Hitec HS-55 servos on cyclic x 3
- Hitec HS-50 servo on tail
- Telebee Heading Hold Gyro
- Stock Wooden Main Blades
- Stock Plastic Tail Blades
- Mega Power 11.1V 1350mAh 15C Lithium Polymer Battery
- Spektrum DX7 2.4Ghz Transmitter
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