To make a very long story short, get the standard or the deluxe
with a 30 or 46 sized engine.
Do not get the Legato with the four stroke engine.
This is not just my opinion, but also the opinion of several others
that I have been in contact with that have also purchased the Legato.
>To make a very long story short, get the standard or the deluxe
>with a 30 or 46 sized engine.
>Do not get the Legato with the four stroke engine.
>This is not just my opinion, but also the opinion of several others
>that I have been in contact with that have also purchased the Legato.
>>What's the Nexus Legato fly like? Is it a good Heli? Can someone tell
It vibrates waaay too much, this is a characteristic of four strokes.
Because it's a four stroke, and the high compression, you will go through
starter shafts like popcorn!
The stock muffler that comes with it WILL vibrate off (a new one is $60)
The stock flex header pipe WILL crack from vibration.
The 30 or 46 is much smoother & cheaper.
They created the Legato option for people who like the sound of four
Now, I still have the Legato, BUT, I and the others I've spoken to would not
make the same mistake again.
RPMs are lower in the four-stroke than most expect. Also, you'll get MUCH
more power for aerobatics out of the OS-46 2-stroke than the Legato.
Another issue is that many modellers are not familiar with the proper setup
of a 4-stroke engine and spend hours trying to tweak it to perform. Unless
you DOTE on 4-stroke engines, the Nexus 46 or Concept 46VR would be a much
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