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Old Oct 16, 2012, 11:03 AM
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You can also experiment with tightening the flybar a bit, you'll be able to hold the tilt of the heli longer before the self correction kicks in, which will give you the faster speed you are seeking, but you also get some pendulum, which you will need to correct yourself.

That stuff about the advancing blade creating more lift than the trailing blade; while may be true, I think it's more of an academic issue than a practical one.
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