RC Helicopter Bearings
Radio Controlled Helicopters
Learning to fly radio controlled helicopters is a rewarding, yet sometimes, challenging experience. Between the various types of models and learning how to maintain your RC helicopter bearings, the actual act of flight can be equally intimidating. Put your worries aside; we have all been beginners at some point! Above all else, remember to stay safe and have fun.
NPB® Bearingsstrives to be your source for all things RC! Through our tech support line, community forums, and of course, by providing detailed product descriptions, we encourage you to get involved in this rewarding hobby. If you are interested in RC helicopter bearings, check out our wide selection of helicopter kits, many of which are suited for beginners, to learn more.
Start with a Simulator
A flight simulator provides a means to practice your skills without the fear of costly crashes! Most connect directly to your computer and create a real-life flight environment. Practicing on a simulator is a great way to gain essential RC flight skills before you step on the field; it also is helpful to use in between flying sessions! Purchasing a flight simulator is a solid first step in learning how to pilot a RC helicopter bearings. Should you have any questions along the way, be sure to contact us today.
RC Helicopter Kits
After you mastered the simulator, it’s time to compare RC helicopter kits to see which fit your needs and budget. A good rule of thumb is to purchase the largest RC helicopter bearings you can afford. Micro helicopters can be hard to control and could lead to a frustrating beginning experience. Alternatively, a 500 or 450 size electric RC helicopter provides unmatched stability. On the nitro end, it is good to go for a 30-50 size nitro helicopter as a starting model. As you progress in skill level, you can always move up to a micro helicopter or different sport models.