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Old May 18, 2015, 09:57 AM
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I got a little V911 once that had classic TBE. It was hilarious to watch
After I got the linkages all loosened up it went back to normal.

My V912 has TBE . Last week the wind lifted it high and far away until it was out of range . It fell out of the sky , canopy flopped off yanking the LED out and the flybar was badly bent.

I straightened the flybar and tried to test hover. And got the TBE. I just read your post and then went on to look up TBE.

So now I will look over the linkages and hope to get everything back in order.
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Old May 18, 2015, 10:28 AM
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Often the FB itself. If you bent it you might have bent the pin that mounts it to the main shaft. Make a new one from a piece of that bent flybar, same size stuff.
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Old May 18, 2015, 11:46 AM
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Ok thanks for the tips.
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Old May 18, 2015, 12:09 PM
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Connecting rods lubricants

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on flybar birds the links from the swash to the mixer arms and to the flybar need to be smooth as well, I've had a binding link and the bird flew terrible with noticeble TBE..... A drop of toothpaste on the ball links and keep flying is a good fine grinding paste.......... sanding the outer edge of the ball with 1200 wet n dry sand paper and WD40 also works a treat................

on the FX FBL birds slower servos are the go, and the turnigy adjustable servo device the perfect fine tuner......... problem cured..........
Another good lubricant for the balls the connecting rods attach to is graphite from a pencil.
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Old May 19, 2015, 04:53 PM
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Thank you for your efforts to explain the concept of "bobbing" and other things.


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LOL, or bucking or any number of other names.
It's just rapid rocking up and down on the pitch axis.
Seems like the gyro on the elevator cyclic keeps trying to over correct.
It can even develop a sort of harmonic and gets pretty wild.
JohnFM, my native language is not English and I try to follow what it says, even with the help of Google translate, but some special terms and technical words, Google does not know how to translate. Which you know that it seems a trivial question, but tormented when I get these terms. So I do not see why it was so funny. I would even say that Vincent and hifinsword, explaining to me, and you have discovered something new.
The old people say that is not a shame not to know, but it's a shame not to ask. And they say that assumption is the mother of all mistakes .....

The biggest problem is my Kiwi because he writes with so many acronyms and technical words in very little text, as well as having to pay $ 1 for every word and tries to speak your mind in the least number of words ...
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Old May 19, 2015, 07:06 PM
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Thank you for your efforts to explain the concept of "bobbing" and other things.




JohnFM, my native language is not English and I try to follow what it says, even with the help of Google translate, but some special terms and technical words, Google does not know how to translate. Which you know that it seems a trivial question, but tormented when I get these terms. So I do not see why it was so funny. I would even say that Vincent and hifinsword, explaining to me, and you have discovered something new.
The old people say that is not a shame not to know, but it's a shame not to ask. And they say that assumption is the mother of all mistakes .....

The biggest problem is my Kiwi because he writes with so many acronyms and technical words in very little text, as well as having to pay $ 1 for every word and tries to speak your mind in the least number of words ...

I thought he was laughing at my post. You asked what was bobbing and i answered with a more complex word that caused more confusion. So i thought he laughed and then tried to be more clear than me and use more simple and accurate words.
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karlo, see orange birds list of acronyms

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2114376
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I thought he was laughing at my post. You asked what was bobbing and i answered with a more complex word that caused more confusion. So i thought he laughed and then tried to be more clear than me and use more simple and accurate words.
Sy JohnFM if is shonmac right..


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karlo, see orange birds list of acronyms

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2114376
Thank you, kiwi..
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[QUOTE=KarloDelPontiac;31675822]Sy JohnFM if is shonmac right..

Too much lost in translation here for me to try and figure out.
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