HobbyKing.com New Products Flash Sale
Reply
Thread Tools
Old Nov 16, 2013, 07:33 PM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by holtneil View Post
HI mate the older hubsan x4 is cheap now and will teach you what you need to know so have a look at it may be a good price where you are 27 in uk not bad i paid 49 when it came out
thanks, maybe ill get that as my next flying thing, after buying this heli i dnt have much to spend.
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Nov 16, 2013, 07:36 PM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
alright, test flewthe heli has a MAJOR cas of TBE. it says in the manual replace boom asembly, but thats another $15. will that fix it? anything else i need to try? balr14 you were right, feel free to say i told you so!
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 16, 2013, 08:13 PM
Cranky old fart
Balr14's Avatar
Germantown, WI.
Joined Oct 2007
21,372 Posts
TBE on an MSR is usually excessive wear at the point where the flybar pivots or in the linkage or linkage guides. It can also be binding, usually related to excess wear. The flybar itself may cause TBE, as they can warp. I glued a piece of CF rod inside the opening in the back side of the flybar. It helps.
Balr14 is offline Find More Posts by Balr14
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 16, 2013, 08:17 PM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by Balr14 View Post
TBE on an MSR is usually excessive wear at the point where the flybar pivots or in the linkage or linkage guides. It can also be binding, usually related to excess wear. The flybar itself may cause TBE, as they can warp. I glued a piece of CF rod inside the opening in the back side of the flybar. It helps.
oh ok, i have a spare flybar, should i replace the flybar, the tail assembly, or both? i need the TBE gone. thanks, J
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 16, 2013, 08:24 PM
Cranky old fart
Balr14's Avatar
Germantown, WI.
Joined Oct 2007
21,372 Posts
I would address the flybar first. Pay attention to the linkage guides. There should not be a lot of slop. You want the linkage to be able to move straight up and down, smoothly.
Balr14 is offline Find More Posts by Balr14
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 16, 2013, 08:42 PM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by Balr14 View Post
I would address the flybar first. Pay attention to the linkage guides. There should not be a lot of slop. You want the linkage to be able to move straight up and down, smoothly.
thanks, ill keep this in mind, thanks again for your help
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 16, 2013, 10:21 PM
Registered User
Joined Aug 2003
580 Posts
hi, the mounting screws on these tend to vibrate loose ,the board is held on whith 2 screws
if boards loose enough to move around ,the gyro sees to much vibration .so will act
like has a tail problem .heli has a swash tool to pop the pop apart swash back together
in case swash popped apart.
mdugas is offline Find More Posts by mdugas
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 17, 2013, 08:53 AM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
Thanks. The swash is intact, and it does have the swash tool. Ill check the screws. Your help is greatly apperciated.
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 17, 2013, 01:23 PM
Registered User
holtneil's Avatar
United Kingdom, England, Central Bedfordshire
Joined Dec 2012
1,019 Posts
Hi mate see you didnt get i told you so lol all you get on this site is great advice and help happy flying mate
holtneil is offline Find More Posts by holtneil
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 17, 2013, 03:23 PM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by holtneil View Post
Hi mate see you didnt get i told you so lol all you get on this site is great advice and help happy flying mate
Yeah thanks. As long as you stay out of trader talk this site is fine, thanks again and happy flying and safe landing to you too.
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 18, 2013, 08:51 PM
Registered User
GregofGod's Avatar
United States, TX, New Braunfels
Joined Sep 2013
76 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ghjghj96 View Post
As long as you stay out of trader talk this site is fine
I hear you! I'm trying to figure out how to get banned on just the classifieds. I looked at my paypal statement for when I started this in September and it's not pretty.
GregofGod is offline Find More Posts by GregofGod
Reply With Quote
Old Nov 18, 2013, 09:06 PM
AMA# finditwhenigethome
Ghjghj96's Avatar
United States, MN, Fairmont
Joined May 2013
1,664 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by GregofGod View Post
I hear you! I'm trying to figure out how to get banned on just the classifieds. I looked at my paypal statement for when I started this in September and it's not pretty.
Yeah, it'll brainwash you maan, then you'll buy a bunch of stuff you don't need maan, then they'll point the finger at you maan! It's a conspiracy maan!
Ghjghj96 is offline Find More Posts by Ghjghj96
Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools

Similar Threads
Category Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Discussion Can a micro FP heli roll or loop? MiG29Fulcrum Micro Helis 16 Oct 21, 2013 09:29 PM
Discussion Can you reverse tail rotor on FP micro heli? MiG29Fulcrum Micro Helis 12 Oct 03, 2013 10:04 PM
Discussion Newbie learning heli: Why does the Heli climb up fast rkovvur Beginner Training Area (Heli-Electric) 8 Feb 11, 2013 09:52 AM
Discussion Can you use high speed Heli Servos on airplanes? mikes68charger Radios 1 Feb 07, 2013 10:18 AM
Discussion Is the Honey Bee FP really a good learning heli? mdavenport Micro Helis 8 Mar 14, 2007 03:12 PM