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Old Sep 23, 2011, 03:51 PM
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When I see a situation where there is more positive pitch than negative, it ususally points to the swash not being in the middle of the travel. I would hazard a guess that at true mid-throttle stick, you have a couple of degrees of positive pitch. I would adjust the links or even use sub-trim to lower the swash and set your links for zero pitch at mid stick. Then I would bet that you will get full travel without hitting any bind position. I just rebuilt three 450's and one of them needed some adjustment of the sub-trim to set the swash for proper travel and zero pitch at mid stick, so I know that it could very well be somone on the assembly line not getting the swash in the right position before doing the rest of the setup. Take care.

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