Thread: Mini-Review The MJX F47 review
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Old Jan 24, 2013, 11:36 PM
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Originally Posted by fauconnier View Post
I made some test. I replaced the weight of the flybar with the weight of a V911 broken flybar. It improve the speed of response and the agility, try it. I tried to fly with a 150 mah, but the sliding was the same and the battery became hot, and the power not enough. I also tried different placement for the battery, to my surprise the best place to get an acceptable rudder response could be around 1 cm. to the rear. Try it before cutting the landing gear, what I did, by taping the battery under the canopy. And then, before I concluded my test, the tail blade of my F47 broke for the third time. Keep me inform of your progress.
Any idea the weight of v911 versus the F47 metal slug? Have also noticed the F47 tail rotor to be easily broken (splits where motor shaft inserts). Did moving the battery one cm to the rear change the center of gravity thus requiring trim adjustments? Is your battery difficult to slide into the tray due to it being a bit too thick?
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