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>Does anybody have an expirience with AeroChopper R/C Flight Simulator?
I've tried most of the simulators out there and Aerochopper is the one i like best ( i'm waiting for the new Real Flight sim to see how the helis behave ) . Unfortunatly , Aerochopper has 2 big downsides : 1) the original heli settings are real ** shit ** 2) It's not really worth to try sending via e-mail better settings because the sim behaves differently from one computer to the other :-((( . But what i like with this sim is the great amount of parameters :-)))))))) It's the heli sim i chose ( and i'm not a complete beginner ;-)
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I could not find another heli pilot anywhere that flew Mode 1 so I constantly
practiced on the sim, in case I had to do it on my own.
When I finally went to the flying field, I was able to hover my little concept
30 on the first day. After two or three tankfulls of hovering, and getting
used to the real heli, I attempted nose-in hovering, just as I had practiced
constantly on the sim, and I was able to fly nose-in hovering on my first day
of flying (and I had a witness).
I then was able to fly at the Maryland Heli Association's Fun Fly and enjoy
heli flying like everyone else.
Any time spent practicing on almost any sim will greatly help your training, as
long as your sim flying is not treated like a video game.
For me, after I got the hang of flying, I reset the sim to make it very
difficult to fly (changing wind directions, wind gusts, out of trim heli,
As for Aerochopper, the reply by Glynn Laborde, is exactly correct., and I
agree with him.
The settings on Aerochopper are too hard and timeconsuming.
Hope this all helps,
Mode 1 heli pilot