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February 2011 - From : Rupert Garton - Forum
Thank you so much. If only customer service could be this
easy, personal and downright blumming fantastic everywhere....
You are a star act.
With my exceptionally poor flying skills, this will
not be the last you hear from me.
Have a great weekend.
April 2010 - From : barun mukhopadhyay- Forum
It is your teaching that finally taught me how to hover CCPM heli
. Now I am able to hover my ESKY -HB KING3 , for 3 minutes at a
stretch and then again for 3-4 minutes - like that . I am grateful
to you .
March 2010 - From : Adam- Forum
Handle : Adape2003
I wanted to thank you in person for your brilliant Belt CP set up
guide that has allowed me to face and tame my nemesis! I bought a
Belt 2 years ago with no real understanding of what the hell I was
doing and soon sold it before I destroyed it! Basically it
frightened the c*** out of me! Anyway I got drawn back in to RC
heli's and got a HBFP V2 a few months ago which, to my delight, I
managed to hover and control, after some practice, quite well. I saw
an advert for a 35MHz Belt on the 'net, for £125 delivered, and
decided that now I had the confidence to fly the bloody thing! So I
got one, set it up as per your guide and just hovered a full pack in
the back garden in two flights.
it to say I am very pleased! I am an engineer working in aerospace
(landing gear) but without your guide I would never have properly
understood the mechanics of the belt, it was Darn good fun going
through the steps, I loved it (wife and daughter perhaps not quite
If you don't mind I have one question? When performing pitch angle
checks at the two extremes of throttle I am getting about +7 degrees
and -10. Is this worth worrying about? If its significant what is
the best way to resolve it?
Thanks again, I am still grinning now!
March 2010 - From : John E Wilson - Forum
Handle : HollyHeli
Ian and I will continue to brighten up the scene - like you, I was
amazed at Ian's generosity and energy.
March 2010 - From : Stuart - Forum
Handle : Wobbly Hover
to see the input you have had on Ian's chopperaddict site, great
detail and pictorials.
For your info I met up with Ian who was patient enough to set up my
heli during one of his 1 to 1 days. The guy is a saint and a true
enthusiast. I live in the Worsley area of Manchester so not too far
away from you.
Good to have you on board and keep up the good work with Ian,
without your advise the world of heli's is a gloomy place.
March 2010 - From : MAtt - Forum
Handle : DryFly
chopperaddict if you read
this thanks so much for the good work you do. Even though I've been
at this whole "toy aircraft" thing since I was 10 years
old I continue to learn and enjoy doing so because of goodhearted
and wise folks such as yourself and the time you put into dispensing
February 2010 - From : Jason - Forum
took a look at your website and the next thing I know was that the
clock moved almost 2 hours ahead! I just wanted to tell you a big
THANK YOU to what you opted to do... we don't find many people with
such dedication towards the hobby these days... or maybe 'selfless'
is the word, I don't know but the point is THANK YOU.
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