Crummy damn 3
channel copter models
S006G, S032, and S032 3 channel helicopters, at their best.
This is the remains of the S006G, a very beautiful, but also
very short-lived helicopter. It barely lasted 12 flights, and
would no longer fly. New motors did not cure it.
S006G canopy displays both blisters and water droplets. Above
that, a cooked S032 Syma, I'd wasted time custom painting THAT
one. Another S032 likes inverted in the foreground, spared the
worst of it somehow. I didn't need the black, toxic smoke
sullying my California...or a ticket for same.
California Smog laws kept this from complete combustion. It
would have been fun to cook them all into a solid mass, and
make a paperweight out of them...
combination of smoked electronics and water drops is almost
pretty in some of these shots.
good 3 channel helicopters. However, none are shown on this
page. This is what a helicopter meltdown looks like. The
wiring is cooked bare in places, canopy plastic melds with
metal bits forever. well, at least untill it hits a
grinder/shreddy at the recycle depot, where I saw all of this
Helis. The orange paint on the S032 here is flourescent, it
glows in black light. At least that particular copter was
involved in some FUN: painting it.
really good 3 channel helicopter that was the S107, these
models were shockingly bad.
will never fail again, and it cannot crash the copter
looks brand new, because it is. I got new motors for my Syma
S006G, and it did not help at all, amazing. The model is just
short-lived pooh. Nice-looking pooh, tho.
helicopters. Terminated with extreme prejudice. Good 3 channel
copters, no. That green bit is the pointless frequency tag
from a Syma S032.