Got this Lama V4 airframe/electronics that flys super..but..the stock ouput arms of the servo are clipped at the inner-most hole (outer holes were clipped off at factory, I guess?). Very little cyclic travel. If I put longer arms on the servos to get more throw will the blades then be likely to hit each other? Just would like a little more solid directional feel than stock..the stock seems way to mild. I especially notice that the way it is set up now, it sometimes takes full stick cyclic to even wade through a slight draft. What do you guys do to get a more lively cyclic? Thanks!
Edit: OK..I found the info but I don't want to spend $$s on longer inner shafts and custom flybars and CNC bits all over. Guess I will go with longer arms and dial in the servo end points till I get no blade interaction with full cyclic. Got to be better than stock..I would think.