|Apr 24, 2003, 11:04 PM|
You should check the Corona operator's manual. Not the assembly instructions - the other one. You can download it from the Lite Machines website if you don't have it. They have a very good description of the tracking process - complete with pictures!
|Apr 25, 2003, 10:46 AM|
Hello cmikecs. K.C. is right, and let us know if you got them tracked. It is very important to have them track evenly to prevent vibration and uneven lift. I wear safety glasses as a extra precaution since I find my eyes have to be in line with the blades to see if they are even or not. Also, weigh the heli down by putting a metre or yard stick through the skids and adding a couple heavy books etc. One last note that the instructions don't tell you: track them in a room that you have different background colors (like biege wall next to a wood cabinet, or sofa...) The reason for this is that sometimes you can't see the blades or tape that well, so by moving your body to give a different background the tape and blades show up better. Just a few thoughts.
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