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 advice from mr Curtis and Jason Krause for safty and flying

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PostSubject: advice from mr Curtis and Jason Krause for safty and flying   Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:51 pm

Safety must remain our number one concern at all times.

Get your eyes checked. If youre having trouble seeing the aircraft through maneuvers or just flying around you my just need some specks. If you wear glasses wear them.

Fly no closer than 15 feet from yourself and perform no tricks closer than 30 feet.

Never come screaming in at yourself and pulling up (or down), anything can happen and has. Someone overseas had their eyes and nose removed by the rotor disk when their helicopter backed into them.

Several people have been injured from flying debris due to mechanical failure and parts flying off due to impact. You cannot be to safe!

What do you want out of flying?????

If youre happy with your flying great, change nothing; fly as much as you wish.

If you want to improve your flying than its going to take work on your part.

First off, if you have three choppers put 2 away.

Sims are fine for learning the correct stick movements.

Practice, I use the term (WORK) no more than 3 flights a day.

Use discipline in your flight and practice. Be deliberate and control the helicopter, use small inputs.
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