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Old May 08, 2001, 10:14 PM
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To throw in my short comments.. make absolutely sure that everything is properly balanced and aligned, and that the CG is right on. Make sure that your Tx properly controls the servos in the right directions. Don't try and fly less than 2' off the ground.. just spool up the blades, make sure there aren't any significant wobbles and that the tail is trimmed properly, wait for it to get light on its skids, then give it the throttle quickly to pop it up a few feet off the ground.. its much easier to hover this way.

-- Tom
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