10 comments on “Helicopter Radio Controlled

  1. Are any Radio Controlled Indoor Helicopters strong enough to carry a beer to me?
    I thought it would be great if my spouse and I could transport bottles or cans to each other using one of those radio-controlled indoor helicopters or some other flying indoor RC type toy. Do you think they make one with strong enough lifting power to get that beer from one couch to the other?

    • No, but the real question is whether you think you’re a good enough pilot that your spouse would want something with blades spinning that fast that close to his/her head/hand.

  2. How do coaxial helicopters get rudder control?
    On normal helicopters, rudder control during hover is done with the tail rotor, but coaxial helicopters don’t need/have a tail rotor, so how do they make it yaw?

    P.S. I’m talking about a real full-size helicopter, not a radio controlled one!

    • Just like a conventional helicopter, they can vary the pitch of the blades. By making one rotor higher pitch than the other, the aircraft will turn one way or the other. Some make use of control surfaces while in forward flight in addition to using the rotors.

  3. How much for radio controlled airplanes or helicopters?
    I am wanting to start a new hobby. About how much would it cost to get all the stuff that I would need to own and operate my own radio controlled gas or nitro powered airplane? Also would like to know the same information about gas or nitro powered helicopters and cars.

    • My family and I got into nitro cars July of last year. I wanted a car that was vary dependable but yet wouldn’t brake the bank. I went with 2, 1/10 scale buggy’s for my children and an 1/8 scale buggy for my self. The 1/10 scale buggy are great beginner cars and the 1/8 is more advanced for racing. The links I’ve are the Buggy’s I’ve got and there reviews from R/C Universe

  4. Can I get into the radio controlled helicopter hobby for 200 dollars?
    I am keenly interested in the radio controlled helicopter hobby. My question is this, can a beginner with no experience get into this hobby for around 200 dollars? I have seen compleat,” ready to fly kits “, on eBay selling for as little as $117.00, new! ” the Dragon 22E “. Which is an electric powered R/C helicopter, is this model a good beginners R/C helicopter kit ? The seller claims that everything needed to start flying is included in this kit package, is this true? Has anyone purchased this, or a similar kit ?
    Since first posting this question, I have learned a lot about radio controlled helicopters. ” THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS AREADY TO FLY ” R/C helicopter. You need to understand how to set up your new R/C helio, before that first flight, and it is also good to understand how the real thing flys,” How Things Work.com is a good place to learn that “. You also need to be able, analyze what happened just before a crash,” and you will crash many times”, before becoming a top R/C helio pilot. You also need dealer, and company surport, + AFFORDABLE SPARE PARTS.

    • WOOOOOOO slow down man!!!Have you ever flown a R/C plane?You will never be able to fly a helecopter trust me.I fly the planes and they are extremely hard to learn at 1st.You could probably get a used one off ebay for that money,but i garunty even your local hobby shop guy will guide you away from flying a helecopter,you can also see if your hobby shop has a flight simulater,most do and try flying one one there.But if you’ve made your mind up and are going to get one i would suggest ebay or ..http://rcuniverse.com or http://rcjunkyards.com they have forums there to ask questions on ,also used rc items for sale.Good luck,and happy flying=)

  5. Where can I find parts for Walkera Dragonfly radio controlled helicopters?
    I need a new tail motor for my Walkera Dragonfly model #4 radio controlled helicopter. Does anyone know where I can get the replacement parts for Walkera Dragonfly, electric powered, radio controlled helicopters? I am also interested in hop-up parts for the Walkera Dragonfly, electric powered, radio controlled, helicopters.

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