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Old Oct 17, 2012, 12:23 AM
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After three days of back and fourth conversation with TMart support. I managed to get the 30% refund on the V911 for their screw up of sending me the "old" one instead of the "new" one.
Can the skids be swapped between them?

Make a new one old or an old one new?

(once the new skids are available).
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Old Oct 17, 2012, 12:55 AM
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Can the skids be swapped between them?

Make a new one old or an old one new?

(once the new skids are available).
not that I would find out myself anytime soon (I definitely am fed up with trying) ... I would be VERY surprised if they had changed anything about the customs of mounting the back post with a screw and GLUEING in the front post. So skid will be interchangeable once you find a way to loosen and remove the old skids. But why would you? the new battery is just another proprietary battery (that nobody except WLToys makes)
I am convinced, the best solution is still (and will stay) to exchange the skid with a SP270 skid (if you can find one for about 3$ which is possible every once in a while) then add a eflite compatible plug to the board and use the eflite style (nano cpx, mSR, mSRX or Xieda9958) batteries ...
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Old Oct 17, 2012, 10:14 AM
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So I think my other V911 has a problem. I decided to take it out and fly it after work to redeem myself from breaking the other V911 earlier in the day. The bird having this problem is the "new" V911.

It sometimes won't respond to precise stick commands. Primarily the rotor when turning. It will either not respond at all, or it will turn way more than it should. For example, I move the stick, to get it to turn 90 degrees, and it turns more like 180-270 degrees. Also, sometimes the response from the helicopter is delayed. This occurs when turning both directions.

To troubleshoot, I decided to try two different transmitters. It did the same thing with both of them.

I know the board is different in the new V911 compared to the old one. Could it be the board thats gone bad?

Im still within the return period for this helicopter. First it was the defective transmitter, and now, its possibly a defective board. I think I may just return this helicopter and exchange it for a new one.
Old Oct 17, 2012, 11:30 AM
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not that I would find out myself anytime soon (I definitely am fed up with trying) ... I would be VERY surprised if they had changed anything about the customs of mounting the back post with a screw and GLUEING in the front post. So skid will be interchangeable once you find a way to loosen and remove the old skids. But why would you? the new battery is just another proprietary battery (that nobody except WLToys makes)
I am convinced, the best solution is still (and will stay) to exchange the skid with a SP270 skid (if you can find one for about 3$ which is possible every once in a while) then add a eflite compatible plug to the board and use the eflite style (nano cpx, mSR, mSRX or Xieda9958) batteries ...
None of my three birds (A blue / white RTF from Amazon and two red / white BNF from Tmart) had the front post glued in. It sometimes comes out in a crash and I have to realign it. I replaced the skids on the blue / white and there were no traces of glue anywhere.

On the subject of batteries, how about the 180mAh Helios 100 battery? It looks like it's a more rectangular shape too so maybe it could be mounted vertically in front of the PCB to balance the CG once I get around to installing the Hughes 500 (Bravo SX) fuselage on one of my birds.

Anyone know if the skids from the Helios 100 would fit the V911?

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Old Oct 17, 2012, 11:39 AM
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So I think my other V911 has a problem. I decided to take it out and fly it after work to redeem myself from breaking the other V911 earlier in the day. The bird having this problem is the "new" V911.

It sometimes won't respond to precise stick commands. Primarily the rotor when turning. It will either not respond at all, or it will turn way more than it should. For example, I move the stick, to get it to turn 90 degrees, and it turns more like 180-270 degrees. Also, sometimes the response from the helicopter is delayed. This occurs when turning both directions.

To troubleshoot, I decided to try two different transmitters. It did the same thing with both of them.

I know the board is different in the new V911 compared to the old one. Could it be the board thats gone bad?

Im still within the return period for this helicopter. First it was the defective transmitter, and now, its possibly a defective board. I think I may just return this helicopter and exchange it for a new one.
I had a slightly different but also possibly board related problem w/ a recent version BNF, my issue was sluggish servo response when the motor is running, I described that here ...
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...ostcount=12539
Old Oct 17, 2012, 12:45 PM
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I compared every version of V911's RX.

It seems the best RX is Rev05......???
(But...I don't know(can't feel) different between Rev05 / Rev01 / Rev06.)
maybe I'm reading it wrong but the yellow bnf at banggood looks to be dated 03/03/2012

http://www.banggood.com/V911-4ch-2_4...6299-i516.html
Old Oct 17, 2012, 12:51 PM
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OK, as promised, here's a comparison showing how the E sky, MCX, and CX Nano Hughes 300 canopies fit on the WL Toys V911 and the yellow clone. The frames are a tad different. The body mounting posts are wider on the yellow clone, and the rear post is a bit farther back on the yellow clone.

The MCX is the best fit, but they all work on both frames, although the CX Nano is REALLY tight on the yellow clone. The fuel tanks on the E sky and CX Nano must be splayed out, and the CX Nano won't even reach the front post.

I hope this helps somebody to make a choice on a canopy.

Rick
Any thoughts on which Hughes 300 canopy is the most crash resistant? I have the E Sky Nano canopy on one of my birds and it's very thin material. While the weight saving seems to have given the bird a little better performance, the canopy is starting to get a bit beat up with a couple of small cracks here and there...

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Old Oct 17, 2012, 01:42 PM
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Any thoughts on which Hughes 300 canopy is the most crash resistant?
The CX Nano is by far the most crash resistant - easily two or three times the thickness of the E Sky. It also comes in yellow, red, white, or blue. The E-flite MCX is the flimsiest of the three, although it looks the best and fits the best. I think the E Sky Nano is a good compromise between good fit and durability as long as you don't crash.

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Old Oct 17, 2012, 01:46 PM
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maybe I'm reading it wrong but the yellow bnf at banggood looks to be dated 03/03/2012

http://www.banggood.com/V911-4ch-2_4...6299-i516.html
Yellow (and white) bnf's are not made by wl toys, though every bit as good. KKDDMM only showed the wl toys versions.
Old Oct 17, 2012, 02:56 PM
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not that I would find out myself anytime soon (I definitely am fed up with trying) ... I would be VERY surprised if they had changed anything about the customs of mounting the back post with a screw and GLUEING in the front post. So skid will be interchangeable once you find a way to loosen and remove the old skids. But why would you? the new battery is just another proprietary battery (that nobody except WLToys makes)
I am convinced, the best solution is still (and will stay) to exchange the skid with a SP270 skid (if you can find one for about 3$ which is possible every once in a while) then add a eflite compatible plug to the board and use the eflite style (nano cpx, mSR, mSRX or Xieda9958) batteries ...
I have 4 existing "old" corters, four chargers and a bunch of batteries.
If I get a "new" one as a BNF, I'd like to make it backwards compatible with the rest of my fleet.
Old Oct 17, 2012, 03:54 PM
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Hi helpful knowledgeable people.
I have been flying my v911s for a week now very stable.
have modded skids on one. to use solo pro batteries. and have moded swash plates on both. SP270A swashplates used. I have noticed when flying outside in advanced mode top button on left. 4 bars on tx indicator. the tail is very very quick. I have read a resistor mod can be done. i am very capable with a soldering iron. but i cannot find any detailed info on where on the PCB the wire switch and resistors will need to be soldered. has anybody got a link to the information I require. i just want to slow the rudder by 30 to 50 percent. any help will be greatly appreciated. marc
Old Oct 17, 2012, 04:06 PM
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So I think my other V911 has a problem. I decided to take it out and fly it after work to redeem myself from breaking the other V911 earlier in the day. The bird having this problem is the "new" V911.

It sometimes won't respond to precise stick commands. Primarily the rotor when turning. It will either not respond at all, or it will turn way more than it should. For example, I move the stick, to get it to turn 90 degrees, and it turns more like 180-270 degrees. Also, sometimes the response from the helicopter is delayed. This occurs when turning both directions.

To troubleshoot, I decided to try two different transmitters. It did the same thing with both of them.

I know the board is different in the new V911 compared to the old one. Could it be the board thats gone bad?

Im still within the return period for this helicopter. First it was the defective transmitter, and now, its possibly a defective board. I think I may just return this helicopter and exchange it for a new one.
Have you checked for a lose antennae wire?
On second thought Stonecutter's response,makes since then a lose wire.
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Old Oct 17, 2012, 04:13 PM
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Hi helpful knowledgeable people.
I have been flying my v911s for a week now very stable.
have modded skids on one. to use solo pro batteries. and have moded swash plates on both. SP270A swashplates used. I have noticed when flying outside in advanced mode top button on left. 4 bars on tx indicator. the tail is very very quick. I have read a resistor mod can be done. i am very capable with a soldering iron. but i cannot find any detailed info on where on the PCB the wire switch and resistors will need to be soldered. has anybody got a link to the information I require. i just want to slow the rudder by 30 to 50 percent. any help will be greatly appreciated. marc
Hopefully, someone else will post a link to the mod as I don't have time to find it right now, but I never bothered with a switch. I simply soldered the two resistors to the back of the PCB. Pirouettes seem plenty fast enough even with the resistors installed, so I feel no need to switch the mod out. You need two 2.2kOhm resistors (red,red,red). They go between each end of the rudder pot and the slider.

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Old Oct 17, 2012, 04:43 PM
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I'm finaly able to pull some funnels, it is lots of fun!
Doing nose-down funnels, It locks much better when I apply rudder and aileron in opposite directions.  It does result in a rather large funnel though... How do you guys do it? Any tips?
Old Oct 17, 2012, 05:16 PM
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I'm finaly able to pull some funnels, it is lots of fun!
Doing nose-down funnels, It locks much better when I apply rudder and aileron in opposite directions.  It does result in a rather large funnel though... How do you guys do it? Any tips?
Not an expert, but oversteering on right turns give the impression of a funnel. A video I made last month ...

wl toys v911 practice compilation (3 min 8 sec)


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