chrsfincher: they may say the vid is dumb, but grats on the flying skills these things r
so easy to break that i gave up. i got to where i could hover like the vid
but everytime it hits the ground it breaks. i cant spend that kind of money
just to play with it for 10 mins every couple of weeks
traxxaskid100: @KALEBROCKS2 the rubber tab that keeps it on it is by the blade push it in
it comes loose all the time
Graiskye: A long video, reallly long...., but it looks like a stable machine. Was
this your first heli or did you try a CoAxial first. I really want to get a
FP and this is one of the ones Im looking at. One other thing, crashes,
expensive parts and how hard to getB ???? Thanks.
Diamond Pilot Dan's Channel: heh. its all practice. but i HIGHLY recomend learning indoors. but once you
get like 3 hours of flight in something just clicks and u know controls
like the back of your hands. and be careful, with this model the servos are
WAY easey to break. i broke both mine eventually lol now im waiting for
parts. but just spend your first flights on the ground and trim before you
go up. good luck :D
620sly: how much do you spend on it i can get for 84 $ plus shipping for a 106$
sotiri04: is dis easy to f¸ly
Adam Stokes: yea ive been waiting on servos to come back in stock, every website is sold
KALEBROCKS2: 30 min
Graiskye: Definitely the Falcon, stay away from collective pitch till you can hover
and feel comfy holding the transmitter. You need to be able to fly and
flick a switch at th same time, so you need to feel comfy using the gear.
That comes with time and practice. have you tried a Coaxial heli ?? Good
KvornanTheLafesta: Pretty stable for a single rotor heli! :D
rcdude13101: its about time, lol. thanks for the vid, i was dying to see one fly better
than the first vid.
patrickson bartido: thank you! hope to hear more from you...
Diamond Pilot Dan's Channel: falc 40 trust me
patrickson bartido: can you give me some tips on how to learn to fly falcon 40, i buy this rc
lask week... and i dont want to crash my rc... thanks!
valcan0001: Nice Flying dude!! It takes a while to get it right.
Dragonheli1956: It'a very nervous machine and hard to control. You do that very well. I
would use a landing gear until I could ground it safely.
Diamond Pilot Dan's Channel: the deal with the falcon is its virtually unbreakable. you're looking at a
price around $180. but the only annoying thing is that the tail rotor pops
off if you crash. but it comes off alot right when you're starting the
flight. so as you throttle up just turn right to keep the tail rotor
spinning. once the main rotor gains power you can stop :) i just got one
and i love it. also its best to charge it as soon as u get it even tho it
says its partially charged. HAVE FUN :D
greatmoney: This is one of the worst demo videos I have EVER seen. 10 minutes of
hovering with flash frames of PRODUCT PLACEMENT?!!?!?!? kill yourself you
idiot... and your mom while your at it you Freudian asshole.
Diamond Pilot Dan's Channel: just takes time :) much easier indoors
Horacio Rappaccioli: i was triyng out my falcon 40 and i notized the conrols were inverted when
i pushed the right stick forward it went backward and the same happened
with moving side to side what should i do
allygemelli: what battery are you using? is it a ni-mh or li-po? and what amper?
ronald ferreira: rather boring after a wuile but interesting you should put a miniatur
camera on it and fly the neighborhood i have a bee one and you always have
to adjust after every flight
techy87: I got a falcon 40 too, first it was fine, and now at takeoff, it goes
backwards and to the left, I tried to adjust the trim but doesn't do
anything. What can I do about it?
blaky8602: let me ask u have u ever flown one of these? if u havent wy should u be
commenting if u dont no anything about them! your the one thats the asshole
deako88: michigan sucks
jennings1961: i fly a eagle 50 outside every chance i get its a big challenge but it
makes me a better piliot and when i get indors it limets my skill lets see
some outdor skills
cuenugget22: what causes it to spin around like that when u said oh my? where u just
turning it or was something wrong with it? how would you fix it if there
was something wrong?
peterrevson: muito massa, eu quero comprar um, alguem sabe onde posso encontrar ¿
planes222: can it go fast forward?
ernestryles: have you flown any heli before? co axial is really simple single rotor is
much more of a challenge and a lot more fun and realistic
KALEBROCKS2: i have one of these helis and my back propeller wont spin how do i know if
its my motor or the thing that sends the singnal can someone help please im
dertuman: @lonstar70 i ahve some interesting videos of the falcon 40 in my channel,
check those out if you're still interested
planes222: is it easy to fly and can u controll if it goes forward or backwards??
frostxr: I still cant figure out why my falcon always goes forward when I try to
take off, which causes it to flip and crash.
megamindstorm101: @frostxr did you trim it back all the way. and also there is manual trim
generally on the servos you can twist a plastic cover like thing to make it
longer or shorter thus manually trimming it.
34kevin34: i am thinking of getting my first rc helicopter. is this one a good one to
start out with? if so, can i get replacement parts at my local hobby shop?
and if not, which one would you recommend? i am thinking of sticking around
cuenugget22: no crap. even the mini air hogs ones can turn.
planes222: what do u think is the easiest 4 channel chopper that i could afford
fatboyslimz2: yeah thats some good flying... where u got it from the Heli that is?
kestrel119able: awesome vid im geting the falcon next month
ronald ferreira: how much of the remote control stick are you using to fly it can you show
us the remote control so we cansee how much to move it.thanks
partyhardybill: i though i'd end up getting the falcon 40 but i went with an easier heli
because i'm a beginner. i got the Blazing Star and i'm a kick ass pilot.
cuenugget22: your garage is so clean!!
StaticGuitarPlayer: haha. this is me flying the helicopter
blacktest: yeah nice job keep practicing and one day youl be flying like a pro and
spending to much money on bigger faster and more stable choppers =)
THUNDERBOLT: how loang dows it take to charge it
fernando13e: ive never crashed mine before, still flying great, they are great
helicopters for beginners, but only for indoors, if you are going to fly
outdoors please take in mind the speed of the wind, even with a slight
breeze it will make you crash, i love this helicopter...
Rodrigoarrasa: MUITO LEGAL
ryan lemons: i wonder if you could put one of those hobby wireless cams on it?
shaffy: i want to get my first heli and im looking for that I can learn the best
from. Ive done a little research and im dbating between the falson 40 or
the eagle 50. which one is better for my first flight.