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Old Feb 11, 2011, 04:37 AM
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Decide to combine your three post in a row in this single one, for more clarity.



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Originally Posted by bricol45 View Post
The Bravo III is my 1st heli. I find that when I apply down stick to go forwards, the heli moves forward for a while & then climbs. It will not maintain nose down/forward attitude. I use advanced mode on the Tx. Is sub trim/EPA adjust available on this Tx?
Subtrim is available, but it will probably not help with your forward flight issue. If EPA is available on the Bravo III I don't know. It didn't seem to be on my Solo, but that one is from a much older production batch than the Bravo III, using an older type receiver. Perhaps someone with a Bravo III can chime in here to make thing more clear?


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The Bravo III landing gear is not very strong. I broke a leg & the forward curved part on one side by day 2! The following simple mod has dramatically increased the strength, with no breaks in a month. The gear legs are T-shaped in section, with a flat outside and a strengthening rib at the rear. I glued 1mm carbon fiber tube in the angle of the T on each leg with CA glue. This mod is very strong, weighs next-to-nothing & is invisible. I did the same along the landing skid. I got the tube at a Kite shop/factory, but some model shops should stock it.
Can you make some clear pictures? Sound like a nice mod, instead of getting Bravo SX skids, the black ones that is, which are reported to be stronger.
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