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PostSubject: Orientation tip   Fri Aug 14, 2009 12:34 am

Maybe this is common knowledge... maybe not. I just heard this today and it helped me a lot.

When the plane [heli] is facing you, push the stick that corresponds to the low side to level it out. So, if you're flyng nose in, and as you are looking at it, it's pitching to the left, push left on the cyclic stick to correct.

It's a little eaiser to visualize with planes (the low wing) but I found that in a 'panic' it helped.
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PostSubject: Re: Orientation tip   Fri Aug 14, 2009 5:05 pm

i know a lot of people do seem to freak a little with the `almost impossible nose-in` orange44 but what i found worked with me is this;
as you slowly turn the heli to face you keep everything nice and smooth,slight movements on the sticks only.
if you do this and the heli starts to go one way if you choose the wrong `stick movement`there is still time to correct it orange58
believe me i know it seems impossible at first but this way was the best for me,i can do nose-in as easy as tail-in now(on my hbfp too!) orange74
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