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Control line Autogyros are great fun but they quite different to RC Autogyros though. You will notice all Control Line autogyros have a small wing which helps with flying slow (yes they use a 3 line control/throttle system), whereas RC autogyros are more like the real thing and dont have the fake wing.
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