|Mar 19, 2012, 02:48 PM|
How to Upgrade Nine Eagles Solo 210a Coxial to Bravo III Flybar
Note: I am not the originator of this procedure. This is simply documenting the steps and parts needed.
The Nine Eagles Solo 210a coaxial helicopter is a fun indoor flier. But the carbon fibre flybar is extremely brittle and can not withstand any impact at all.
By upgrading to the more flexible flybar of the NE Bravo III coaxial, the durability issues are completely fixed. You can then confidentaly fly with much less chance of ever breaking a flybar again.
To view the procedure, open the pdf file below.:
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