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Helizone Lightning Bird WL V911 4 Channel Single Rotor 2.4 Ghz Remote Control Helicopter – Special Edition with upgraded battery

March 30, 2014 - Comment

Helizone RC introduces the newest Lightning bird with 2.4 Ghz technology transmitter system and gyro for stability. This 4 Channel helicopter is your perfect step up from 3 Channel helicopter and can perform extreme speed, precision and agility. Now with an external 3.7v 200 mah battery, flight time is improved and enhanced from similar models.

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Helizone RC introduces the newest Lightning bird with 2.4 Ghz technology transmitter system and gyro for stability. This 4 Channel helicopter is your perfect step up from 3 Channel helicopter and can perform extreme speed, precision and agility. Now with an external 3.7v 200 mah battery, flight time is improved and enhanced from similar models. 4 Channel Single rotor helicopter allows you to fly forward/backward, left/right, up/down, and side to side.

The lightning bird is built and constructed for speed, agility and durability. Please note: This is a hobby graded helicopter and is recommended as a step up from a 3 Channel or for a beginner hobbyist. Spare parts are readily available for purchase.

Product Features

  • Comes with 2 X 3.7V 200 Mah battery (upgraded from 120 mah to 200 mah)
  • 4 Channel 2.4 Ghz Helicopter with Gyro, Ready to Fly
  • Fixed Pitch Single Rotor
  • 8-12 minutes flight time
  • Fly forward/backward, left/right, up/down, and roll (side to side)

Comments

RCGroups review says:

RC Groups extensive Helizone Lightning Bird review For full review of the Helizone Lightningbird on RC Groups with picture gallery and video please google “Helizone Lightning bird review”FlyingIn as-delivered trim, the Lightning Bird is an excellent stepping-up point for those experienced with small coaxials. Beginners, please note that gentle throttle is necessary when spooling up a helicopter such as this since the throttle makes it climb. Too much too fast and you’ll have a little black missile zooming toward the…

Travis Turner says:

Had promise, but amazing customer service (HalleyRUs) well to be frank this thing is cheap feeling. I right away did not feel like I got my $50 worth. During every flight it had the “toilet bowl” effect. (Where the heli faces the same direction but going around in a horizontal circle)This effected the flight of the helicopter a lot. After about 5-6 light crashes the pins on the back of the battery attachment started getting loose, making the vibration from flight….disconnect the battery making the heli drop from the air…

M. Stivers says:

too fast! be aware: the factory connections on the swash plate and the servos are set for aggressive flying. if you have little to no experience with 4 channel (and up) helis, i’ll explain how to set these two mechanical features to the easy/moderate flying style.1) remove the housing canopy. pop the arms from the servos off of the nipples on the shaft assembly. pull with fingers, or use small pliers. needle nose work well. you can wiggle the metal arms out of the outside servo holes and…

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