Originally Posted by jrjr
I've been flying my brushless Luv machine more now that it's indoor flying season and I am finding the limits. Can't bank her too much in aggressive turns without blade strikes. I didn't think that would happen so easy with the extended shafts but it does. Dual swash..... has anyone ever perfected this concept?
Yeah, EQ mod was kind of the forerunner in that concept. He built some various early coaxials using this. He and I used to pm back and forth on the dual swash mods and what we were seeing. I followed up with a pic by pic build guide on how to do it to a CX2/3 in the Vtail brushless thread. Wicked fast gnarly little heli after that. I did it in three flybar versions. one with weights and the other two with guided CF paddles. And then in two flybarless variations. You may just have to extend your upper shaft another half inch or so for now, plus shorten your flybar to the point where it starts getting flighty. It needs to be able to transition. Sounds like you are getting more aggressive. This is a good thing!
Also a little more weight down under Cog will help as it keeps the heli from rolling back in the bank, and allows the shortened flybar to transition. (It helps keep the heli stable when running a flighty or on the edge shorter flybar)