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Jan 11, 2013, 10:26 PM
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On my first 9958 it would spin and thought motor was bad. Then looked at it and whole tail assembly was pushed foward from crash. Pulled it back to proper position and glued it and flys fine. Lucky it did not pinch wires. Problem with 9958 boom is to short. If you had a V911 side by side you see V911 tail is about 1/2" longer. Trim will not correct flight turning to right but helps. Little left stick and flys fine.
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Jan 11, 2013, 10:58 PM
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The Bravo SX tail boom increases the tail length a bit as well.
Jan 12, 2013, 04:21 AM
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Wow that's interesting, my 9958 tail holds perfectly but.. guess what, when I think back, i am not sure but I think I might have replaced the tail with a Bravo SX tail!! Haha... That could sure explain why my 9958 tail is so rock steady

When I compared my friend's 9958 tail motor to the one on my 9958 it did not look the same. I just assumed it was a different revision. And my 9958 doesn't have the tail fin at all. I got sick of it flying off and having to go find it and put it back on, then I realized the heli flies fine without it and left it off

Thanks for the tips!
Jan 12, 2013, 08:57 AM
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AFAIK the 9958 doesn't have revisions. At least all of the spare parts I've purchased over the last year haven't shown any differences from the first helis I bought.

If someone knows differently, let me know..
Jan 12, 2013, 10:15 AM
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Originally Posted by RoboHeli
AFAIK the 9958 doesn't have revisions. At least all of the spare parts I've purchased over the last year haven't shown any differences from the first helis I bought.

If someone knows differently, let me know..
It might. My co-worker's 9958 has a different circuit board. There are slight differences and it has a different number on the back of it (the side touching the frame).
Jan 12, 2013, 12:12 PM
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Even with 100% stock set-up flying is fine. Correcting flight is no problem and it spins fine either way. I made a trade and looks like I will have an MSR coming. Look foward to see how they compare. MSR has padels on flybar and that would give an advantage. I was going to get a MSR-X but the Mcp-x is slightly more and its a good bird.
Jan 12, 2013, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Hellbore
It might. My co-worker's 9958 has a different circuit board. There are slight differences and it has a different number on the back of it (the side touching the frame).
Cool! If you could snap a close-up picture of the front and maybe a couple of the back of the board and post it here, that would be really interesting!
Jan 12, 2013, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by dankar04
Even with 100% stock set-up flying is fine. Correcting flight is no problem and it spins fine either way. I made a trade and looks like I will have an MSR coming. Look foward to see how they compare. MSR has padels on flybar and that would give an advantage. I was going to get a MSR-X but the Mcp-x is slightly more and its a good bird.
Nice. The MSR is a high-strung bird and is a lot of fun to fly.
Jan 12, 2013, 10:32 PM
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I also have an MSR and it's a fantastic little bird. IMO the gold standard for micro FP helis

But then again, my 9958 is less touchy and thus in a way, easier to fly. And my Bravo SX is by far the most relaxing and scale-flying helicopter of the 3. So I guess they all have their strengths

When in doubt collect all 3 :P
Jan 13, 2013, 10:03 PM
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I fly my 9958's with nano-tech 160ma. and so far not to impressed. Local Ace hardware sells Blade helis and picked up some 150ma 25c batteries and like them big time. I will never/ever buy nano-techs again. several DOA from the start.
Jan 13, 2013, 10:21 PM
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I fly my 9958's with nano-tech 160ma. and so far not to impressed. Local Ace hardware sells Blade helis and picked up some 150ma 25c batteries and like them big time. I will never/ever buy nano-techs again. several DOA from the start.
That's interesting. My 160mAh Nano-Techs are just fine for my 9958. I did have one die early out of 12 that I originally ordered but now have 25 cycles on each of them and they're still going fine. I fly my Blade Nanos on the NanoTechs but I don't fly in stunt mode with them. They work fine for all the other helis I have.

The ones that seem to be weaker are the regular Turnigy 160mAhs (non-Nanotech). I've gone to LVC on my MSRX with those a few times at around 3:30 when I always expect 4:00+ minutes with my other battery tpes even when flying outside.

However---I do have the EFlite 150mAhs and they are by far the best that I have right now. My TRex 100X with its weak motor only flies to 4 minutes with these. The other Turnigy batteries (both nanotech and non) can't even keep it up past 2 minutes. When I take my Blade Nanos outside, the ONLY batteries I feed them are the EFlites. I'm REALLY happy with these guys!
Jan 16, 2013, 09:37 PM
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Hey, check it out. Banggood is selling a 9968 with a different canopy style:



http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-Gw...r-p-61607.html
Jan 17, 2013, 08:02 AM
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Wonder if any one can help. Very new to heli's but trying to change tail motor on xieda 9958 but having problems. Does any one have a wiring diagram or picture of the wire up on main circuit board. Would appreciate any help. You can contact me direct trev.waters@btinternet.com.
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Jan 17, 2013, 09:14 AM
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Wonder if any one can help. Very new to heli's but trying to change tail motor on xieda 9958 but having problems. Does any one have a wiring diagram or picture of the wire up on main circuit board. Would appreciate any help. You can contact me direct trev.waters@btinternet.com.
Cheers
All 4 motor wires are connected to the main circuitboard at the top front. Near center top is the blue main motor wire, next to that to the right is both main and tail wires connected to the same contact. Just a bit further to the right is the small green tail motor wire. The green tail motor wire and the blue main motor wire have there own contacts while both motors share a contact for the red wires. hope you can see it in the attached photo.

John in Merrill
Jan 17, 2013, 11:54 AM
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Wonder if any one can help. Very new to heli's but trying to change tail motor on xieda 9958 but having problems. Does any one have a wiring diagram or picture of the wire up on main circuit board. Would appreciate any help. You can contact me direct trev.waters@btinternet.com.
Cheers
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