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dmiller
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Posted: June 30 2018,03:40

Looking for some input. My trusty X52 flew its last flight today. I have had it for a little over 9 years and learned to solder because of it. It's been repaired several times and finally I'm throwing in the towel on her. It's had a good life and flew thousands of hours.

Looking over Saiteks website I am drawn to the X-56 as my next purchase. I fly a lot of rotor wing, but also spend a good portion of time in the props and fixed wing jets.

I've read mixed reviews, found lots of pros and con YouTube videos but I am still indecisive. I trust a lot of the members here after years of visiting this forum daily.

Any thoughts?
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Bluebottle
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Posted: July 18 2018,09:36

I don’t use one but the adjustable spring tension sounds very useful.

I like the heavy RW feel of the mostly metal Thrutmaster Warthog but it’s a bit more expensive and the centering spring is a bit strong unless you extend the stick/alter the spring - nice if fly helicopters with with working trim controls


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Bluebottle: Flying insect with unsavoury habits,
incapable of flying in a straight line, often lands inverted.
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Posted: July 19 2018,11:33

The guide of the man has been documented for the flawless success of the people. It has been shared with Au.EduBirdie.com review for all issued serving servants for the use of the things for the humans.
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