|Feb 13, 2005, 02:46 PM|
Dirt Cheap Heli Pitch Gauge and other Tools
Got bored and decided I didn't want to pay for a pitch gauge, so I made my own. Materials cost 1 piece of card stock.
I know some of the helis come with a pitch gauge like this...but the T-Rex doesn't. This will work with any heli that has a blade chord of around 32mm.
As far as the gauge goes...the degrees are denoted as absolute values, so if you have it on 3* but it looks like you're getting neg pitch, flip it over
Also here is a template that I used for cutting out the eCCPM band for my T-Rex. Works really well!
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