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OK, I am looking at getting into the Helicopter R/C arena and a little confused about the simulation program. Althought RealFlight is hyped as a real aid to R/C enthusiasts, the models mentioned seem to be real live planes rather than the popular Model aircraft. When one picks a particular aircraft to simulate do all of the flying functions change or is it just a matter of the graphic representation on the screen. It seems that if it is designed for modelers that most of the popular model kits would be represented as choices rather that real aircraft.
06-12-2003, 08:08 PM
These are graphic representations of models. The physics of the simulation are setup in model scale. Weight,inertia etc. I can tell you that several of the models I actually have and the simulation is very realistic. I used RF to learn to fly rc and have been flying about 3 years now and never did have any lessons/teacher/buddybox. I fly a 40 size ultrastick and 25 size racer in the pylon races. Goodluck...
Thanks, I guess I was a little hasty on my post, as I have read a number of the posts and replys and see that the simulations are models. I just didn't see the Raptor Models (30v2 and 50v2) that I was considering buying, however I see that they are available in add-on III. I don't think they are the V2 versions however, and don't know if that makes a big difference.
Thx for your reply...Jack
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