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Old Feb 05, 2013, 02:36 PM
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Well folks, this video gave me the information I needed to figure out how to get the swash plate and the pitch set correctly. So If it works for me, it could work for other people to... I had the heli flying ( and crashing again) in 30 minutes. Must say, that canopy and the way it " rides up" after even the smallest of bumps is ridiculous. Of course is splits as soon as you look at it like a cheap date. This is just not well thought out at all. So I am now trying to re-enforce the canopy with tape ( just sticky tape from Staples for instance), and put a strip of that just in front of the landing gear cut-outs. Like a dogs muzzle if that give a better picture. I am thinking that is a better than just flying without the canopy to protect the PCB .
Glad you got it going. One of the first things I do is reinforce the inside of the canopy with duck tape, do the top inside also they like to split down the middle. Another important thing is I hot glue all around the battery wires where they connect to the receiver. Helps keep the power transfer up by preventing strains from breaking in the battery plug.
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