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Old May 03, 2011, 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Grejen View Post
LOL I just figured that's the way tandems fly and adjust when controling it. Left drift can be simply trimmed out. I've noticed as it collects wear and tear the flight trim changes a bit. My rear lower rotor gear (outside shaft) has a nice sticky spot or two.
I have to laugh too. The darn thing is so light that it reacts to the dog farting.

For what its worth:

Forward Rotor Swash Adjustments:
Turns out (longer control rod) = Left Roll
Turns in (shorter control rod) = Right Roll

Aft Rotor Swash Adjustments:
Turns out (longer control rod) = Right Roll
Turns in (shorter control rod) = Left Roll

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