RC Inverted Flight Tips [Step-By-Step]

There is no greater fun in this world than flying your RC Helicopter in an upside-down position. It isn’t as difficult as it sounds but also it isn’t as easy as you think.

RC Inverted Flight Tips

Most helicopter enthusiasts spend more time flying their Heli in an inverted position. The first prominent step to RC flying is being comfortable. Before anything else, you need to know how to master different helicopter 3D flights.

We all believe that practice makes a perfect outcome. If you happen to be a novice in this field, don’t stress out over anything. It only involves taking some time out to the field and as you try your level best.

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Prepping for Inverted

A few things need to be checked for you to have a successful upside-down flight. First, your RC Helicopter should have a collective pitch head. But if you can make gravity in the opposite direction, you are good to go.

Though it’s always right to be on the safe side. RC Helicopters with collective pitch head appears to provide a balanced head speed all through. The whole setup allows you to create a maximum lift while your Heli is in an upside-down position.

Learn the Flips, Rolls, and Loops

To have a useful flying trick, you need to have a positive and negative pitch (as shown in the below video). Loops are a very simple technique to learn.

You just need to hold onto your controls as much as possible. At this point, you have to use a cyclic pitch or collective pitch for an excellent looping experience. Always remember to use the negative pitch and positive pitch which allows you to control the Heli up and down.