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Nov 18, 2012, 05:13 PM
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I stripped the rudder servo today Any tips on replacing it? Just cut it out and glue in a replacement?
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Nov 18, 2012, 05:15 PM
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Yep just like that, it's how I did the one that stripped on my slick. Been lucky on the Yak though.
Nov 18, 2012, 06:05 PM
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On my first Xtra Slick I used Futaba S3113's with absolutely no problems, will they work for the CY?
Nov 18, 2012, 06:09 PM
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Yes.
Nov 18, 2012, 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by zhavener
I stripped the rudder servo today Any tips on replacing it? Just cut it out and glue in a replacement?
Hah.. Just replaced mine the other day. PITA.... If you did it with the welders use acetone and let it soak in. Then with a new x-acto blade cut close to the servo casing and also to the glue points. Then just pull the foam and keep working at it until it comes free.

BTW: I will be up in your neck of the woods tomorrow visiting my brother.
Nov 19, 2012, 12:13 AM
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I like hotglue and tack them on, then remove with alcohol soaking. Seems to work with minimal or no foam damage.
Nov 19, 2012, 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by uptime4downtime
I like hotglue and tack them on, then remove with alcohol soaking. Seems to work with minimal or no foam damage.
Hey Rick you ordered a EXP Yet ?
Nov 19, 2012, 12:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Aviefly
Nice flying again Jimbo.

That tray and strap setup is sweet, man more things to spend money on
Might have to make room in the budget for that somehow, looks very comfortable and put things just where you want them. Ido do you get that little button for the bottom of the tx with it? the stand might be a useful addition too.

Did you see the heater? mmm nice warm hands. Anyone for toast at the field
Hi Aviefly !

Yeah , it really makes the difference on flying , at least for me .

Flying our little toys we use two fingers , and to think we can be very precise and have a steady hand is bit hard.. so a stable platform for your radio makes a lot of difference , more then you would think ((:

About the heater , yes I did LOL... I was flying in Korea last year , it was -5.. high wind.. that thing was magic I tell y'a..

And yes , with the Tray you get all you need !

Cheers
Ido
Nov 19, 2012, 07:24 AM
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Originally Posted by uptime4downtime
I like hotglue and tack them on, then remove with alcohol soaking. Seems to work with minimal or no foam damage.
That was the replacement method .. After I got the new one in I used hot glue.
Nov 19, 2012, 10:08 AM
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Nothing but rain here,so i spent a few hours on the sim instead, practicing right rollers, i can do left rollers but right are pretty alien.
I think ive figured out the timing bit, the late timing is used with the rudder to 'actuate the turn'. Do you use the rudder as the primiary turning method and apply it late to 'steer' it round the circle?
Ta.
Nov 19, 2012, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by 3dBuster
Hi Aviefly !

Yeah , it really makes the difference on flying , at least for me .

Flying our little toys we use two fingers , and to think we can be very precise and have a steady hand is bit hard.. so a stable platform for your radio makes a lot of difference , more then you would think ((:

About the heater , yes I did LOL... I was flying in Korea last year , it was -5.. high wind.. that thing was magic I tell y'a..

And yes , with the Tray you get all you need !

Cheers
Ido
Thanks Ido. I've never used a tray though I have always used a lanyard. I figured it was a bit too expensive to go for the whole setup at the minute as I don't know if I'll like it or not. I decided that I'd want to try it with the side supports as I'm a pinch flyer so I'm looking at like 100 all in for the tray with the strap. I've ordered a strap as I don't fancy getting the needle and thread out to try and make one but I'm going to knock something quick and dirty up for a tray to see if I get on with it. I think if I do I'd invest the money in the tray as it's not the sort of thing you'd need to buy more than once. Thanks for bringing it to our attention

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Originally Posted by jimbo320
Nothing but rain here,so i spent a few hours on the sim instead, practicing right rollers, i can do left rollers but right are pretty alien.
I think ive figured out the timing bit, the late timing is used with the rudder to 'actuate the turn'. Do you use the rudder as the primiary turning method and apply it late to 'steer' it round the circle?
Ta.
I tend to do more with the rudder than the elevator now but to start off with it was the other way round, I hope to bring it back a bit so they both just blend in to the roll.

If your doing late timing I guess your doing what I call an inward rolling circle, i.e. rolling right and turning right or rolling left and turning left, rolling into the circle. It took me a while to get the one, I always found an outward rolling circuit easier than an inward. I see an outward rolling circle as bringing the timing forward rolling left and turning right or rolling right and turning left, rolling into the circle.

Now if only I could get my head round rolling loops surely it just the same thing but turned on it's side, give it the guns on the way up and come off it on the way down. I'm still gettin up and over the top but my brain freezes on the way back down. I've attempted hundreds of them and maybe got four or five that looked reasonable.
Nov 19, 2012, 01:40 PM
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On the way down even though you're off the throttle you'll be picking up speed. Speed=faster roll. So, on the way down you just have to be ready to speed up the inputs to keep up. Doing larger inputs on elevator and rudder on the way down makes it rotate a little slower.
Nov 19, 2012, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Aviefly
Thanks Ido. I've never used a tray though I have always used a lanyard. I figured it was a bit too expensive to go for the whole setup at the minute as I don't know if I'll like it or not. I decided that I'd want to try it with the side supports as I'm a pinch flyer so I'm looking at like 100 all in for the tray with the strap. I've ordered a strap as I don't fancy getting the needle and thread out to try and make one but I'm going to knock something quick and dirty up for a tray to see if I get on with it. I think if I do I'd invest the money in the tray as it's not the sort of thing you'd need to buy more than once. Thanks for bringing it to our attention
That is a lovely tray, fancy one myself, is that the secret to good flying ? (I wish). Postage is 18 bucks though, as in korea.




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Originally Posted by Aviefly
I tend to do more with the rudder than the elevator now but to start off with it was the other way round, I hope to bring it back a bit so they both just blend in to the roll.
I had a good go on the sim today, i also found that using the rudder late (by this i mean overrunning the dead central point) gave you the turn, much more effectively than turning with the elevator. In the end i was just adjsuting the pitch with the elevator.

I like to roll left circuits, with a right roll (or outward i think you call it). Thats my preferred, i was practising right circuits with a right roll (so an inward roll). This is where i found the rudder more effective.

I also had a go at rolling loops, which once i tried to do a rolling circle but vertical, it started to click. So it was a good session on the sim. Managed a few nice ones, some rolling 8s and rolling cubans I think on the rolling loop you use the elevator to turn (need more time to be sure of this).

BUT im sure its very different than with the real plane as on the sim there is lots of space.....
Last edited by jimbo320; Nov 19, 2012 at 02:45 PM.
Nov 19, 2012, 02:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Kris...
Hey Rick you ordered a EXP Yet ?
I've been I touch with da Australia, so know what I'm in for. Been collecting a few foamies last minute, as some are the last in stock over he. Didn't want to miss out! Telinks. But yes, waiting and will probably start on the 48 mxs for now.
Nov 19, 2012, 03:03 PM
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Just got this from another thread. This is how to do rolling loops (and just about any other trick in the book...).

3DHS 103extra spookfest workout pilot Joe Smith (8 min 22 sec)


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