Lite Machines for beginners?

Lite Machines for beginners?

Post by aj20008.. » Wed, 30 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Hi. I use to fly remote control airplanes.
I would now like to fly copter's.
Would the Lite Machines be a good one
for a beginner?

Thanks!

Adam

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Lite Machines for beginners?

Post by High- » Wed, 30 Jun 1999 04:00:00


The LMH really is not recommended for the beginner.
It has fixed pitch rather than collective which makes it harder to learn on.
I would recommend starting off with a Raptor, or Shuttle.

The LMH is more of a "bash-up" toy for experienced pilots.
Although, if you did learn how to fly a LMH as a beginner, then going to a
collective base heli would be a breeze!

High-C
Harrison, N.J.

Quote:

>Hi. I use to fly remote control airplanes.
>I would now like to fly copter's.
>Would the Lite Machines be a good one
>for a beginner?

>Thanks!

>Adam

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>Share what you know. Learn what you don't.


 
 
 

Lite Machines for beginners?

Post by Stef » Wed, 30 Jun 1999 04:00:00


I learned on an LMH...ther're not all that hard to fly.....need quick
reflexes..that's all

Read the books, set it up as the books say...have fun....

it's all a money thing...depends what you want !

Steff

 
 
 

Lite Machines for beginners?

Post by jbmille » Wed, 30 Jun 1999 04:00:00


I also learned on an LMH. We survived each other and due to low repair costs
I'm sure I saved several thousand dollars doing so.  Tricky to fly but very
durable.
Jim


Quote:
> The LMH really is not recommended for the beginner.
> It has fixed pitch rather than collective which makes it harder to learn
on.
> I would recommend starting off with a Raptor, or Shuttle.

> The LMH is more of a "bash-up" toy for experienced pilots.
> Although, if you did learn how to fly a LMH as a beginner, then going to a
> collective base heli would be a breeze!

> High-C
> Harrison, N.J.


> >Hi. I use to fly remote control airplanes.
> >I would now like to fly copter's.
> >Would the Lite Machines be a good one
> >for a beginner?

> >Thanks!

> >Adam

> >Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> >Share what you know. Learn what you don't.