Thanks, yeah I decided on the century, due to hop ups cost and availabilty of parts. feel frr to keep this thread running as I will be telling ya what I think of it after I fly mine.FASTALJR said:I have seen a few of them. The piccolo is a good chopper from what I`ve seen, but is fragile. The Century micro heli I think will run you around 300.00 and is a great heli. There is quite a few choppers to choose from just look around and research is everything.
No I bought the kit, and a Futaba radio, futaba gyro, century speed control and mixer board, carbon blades, and lipo battery with updated tail motorKilRuf said:I have the Hummingbird. I'd suggest not getting a "combo" but getting everything you want piece by piece. Alot of people hate this place, but go to www.helihobby.com They have tons of stuff for them. Get the newer Hummingbird Elite set. And do tons and tons of research. Another good place to read more on them is www.rcgroups.com and look under the micro heli forums... Hope this helps. It takes tons and tons of patience and practice just to learn to hover. Balance is everything!