How to fly a 6ch rc helicopter
The biggest question we heard was “How to fly a 6ch rc helicopter“. Actually, it is not difficult at all, you just need the “correct” tool and the “correct” method. Even the world champion was a beginner, so let’s give you some useful tips on the hobby RC Helicopter.
I know that many RC helis look good, but let’s be honest, not everyone is good for you. Let us discuss it.
What are 3-channel, 4-channel or 6-channel helicopters?
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In RC helicopters, they work in three dimensions instead of a flat surface like an RC car. In a helicopter you can change height up / down, turn nose left / right, move forward / backward and move left / right. These are the 4 controls you need for a helicopter to go anywhere.
In a 4-channel helicopter you have all these 4 controls. What about the 3-channel helicopters? Normally, manufacturers will eliminate the “Slide Left / Right” feature, all 3-channel Helios can go anywhere, but not as fun as a 4-channel model, so it’s good news for beginners, but easier control bad news for experienced players because they are too easy, so you can only find Toy Grade helicopters with 3 channels.
What about the 6-channel helicopters? In fact, it still works in these 4 directions, “6-channel helicopter” is just a name we call “collective-pass helicopter” (we’ll talk about this helicopter CP below), the extra channel 2 will appear in the receiver not in the transmitter in his hand is the additional channel for pitch servo and the other channel for gyro signal wire.
In summary, 3-Ch Helis is ideal for first-time travelers, 4-Ch Helis are good for first-time travelers who want a challenge or experience booklet, and 6-Ch Helis is for pilots
For helicopter firm step, they have a curved shape of the main rotor blades as a propeller on a boat, when the main rotor turns, they generate wind to push the helicopter upwards, so that the more bend is the blade, more wind generated. For this type of helicopter there are usually 4 channels, the best for players who have previously played coaxial helicopters. Bell Rotor Head Helis has a special 45 degree beam on the rotor head.
A flybar is basically a bar with two heavy weights on each end, when an effect is generated by frisbee turned, the helicopter does not tilt over and very stable, the heavier the flybar, the more stable, but because you get less agility
A few years ago there was only helicopter co-axial and traditional Flybar helicopter 90 degrees, then a factory of the bell rotor head (45 degrees flybar) invented a relatively new design RC helis is.
This design makes the helicopter fly very stable, near a co-axial helicopter, but a bit more agile.
For those who do not want to play Co-Axial Heli, but seek almost the same lightness and stability, the Bell Rotor Head Helicopter is the right choice for you.
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