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Jan 26, 2013, 02:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Whizgig
It was my Birthday yesterday 26th and my wife brought me a Skyartec Cessna 182 but it got damaged in the post, not much just a few dent's in the wing and a couple of holes in the foam body.
So I contacted the dealer to ask him how to fix it he said to send him some pics of the damage so I did, he then said he would just send me a new one, so I ended up with 2 complete units Tx's and all.
Happy Birthday mate... Looks like you dun well. Got ma eye on a champ rtf foamie. Thinkin I will get the plane parts and use a v911 radio instead.
cheers lads
Bob
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Jan 26, 2013, 02:51 PM
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got ma 'fix' this am... -7f (-22c) and calm winds... 8 short flights in so far, dang ma hands sure get cold LOL the wifey said I am grinning like a dead 'possum
Jan 26, 2013, 02:52 PM
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Freezing


-15 deg cel.(3 deg F.) a little bit too much wind. No crash, just a good flybar hit on a sharp turn. At this temperature the plastic parts are like glass. Hopefully the gyro is intact.
Jan 26, 2013, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Whizgig
It was my Birthday yesterday 26th and my wife brought me a Skyartec Cessna 182 but it got damaged in the post, not much just a few dent's in the wing and a couple of holes in the foam body.
So I contacted the dealer to ask him how to fix it he said to send him some pics of the damage so I did, he then said he would just send me a new one, so I ended up with 2 complete units Tx's and all.
Here in France it's still the 26th, so I wich you a happy birthday and lots of happy flying !

Regards, Roland
Jan 26, 2013, 04:33 PM
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Any one recommend a good Flybarless 4ch in this size.
Jan 26, 2013, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by fauconnier
-15 deg cel.(3 deg F.) a little bit too much wind. No crash, just a good flybar hit on a sharp turn. At this temperature the plastic parts are like glass. Hopefully the gyro is intact.
That's unusual. On mine, the flybar at full travel still has good clearance to the canopy. Maybe you need to add a small spacer to limit the flybar travel?
Jan 26, 2013, 07:34 PM
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on mine it's also impossible that flybar hits the canopy. But I like how it looks now Mine looks similar but with more windows for cooling. But I'm sure you don't need windows on canopy with your weather. Motor must last long right?
Jan 26, 2013, 09:04 PM
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Mjx f45 mod


What do you do when you have moved on to bigger/smaller faster more twitchy aerobatic helicopters?
Don't leave that old model in the cupboard or on the shelf to gather dust, MOD IT!
I did this for no other reason then to see if I could and how well it would fly (if at all).
Well it did fly and quite well and is still going strong, it now lives at work for when I get bored
Jan 26, 2013, 10:07 PM
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What do you do when you have moved on to bigger/smaller faster more twitchy aerobatic helicopters?
Don't leave that old model in the cupboard or on the shelf to gather dust, MOD IT!
I did this for no other reason then to see if I could and how well it would fly (if at all).
Well it did fly and quite well and is still going strong, it now lives at work for when I get bored
That looks cool heli_gman.
Jan 26, 2013, 10:53 PM
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I wonder if they shortened the flybar on the version 2 units as I don't think mine could hit either. I remember early posts about foam band on tailboom to prevent a strikes to the boom, but Mine can't even come close. Maybe someone with both versions could compare the two.
Jan 26, 2013, 11:05 PM
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Most damage caused by flybar and blade strikes come from a crash. You can make the flybar touch the canopy at the Gyro and the tail boom behind the chassis, along with the blades striking the boom. I don't think any of us are exempt.
Jan 27, 2013, 04:08 AM
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Originally Posted by heli_gman
What do you do when you have moved on to bigger/smaller faster more twitchy aerobatic helicopters?
Don't leave that old model in the cupboard or on the shelf to gather dust, MOD IT!
I did this for no other reason then to see if I could and how well it would fly (if at all).
Well it did fly and quite well and is still going strong, it now lives at work for when I get bored
hi. did you intentionally bent your tail or was it bent after a crash?
Jan 27, 2013, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by heli_gman
What do you do when you have moved on to bigger/smaller faster more twitchy aerobatic helicopters?
Don't leave that old model in the cupboard or on the shelf to gather dust, MOD IT!
I did this for no other reason then to see if I could and how well it would fly (if at all).
Well it did fly and quite well and is still going strong, it now lives at work for when I get bored
Excellent job, I really like the looks of those mods, definitly has a "Airwolf" flavor to it.
Jan 27, 2013, 07:38 AM
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-15 deg cel.(3 deg F.) a little bit too much wind. No crash, just a good flybar hit on a sharp turn. At this temperature the plastic parts are like glass. Hopefully the gyro is intact.
Hey Fauconnier that looks like a 'hood scoop' in the making, now. I found the plastic used with the '45 is weak and brittle in the cold .
My last run of the day it was -9f (-22.8c) and flat calm... 6 min and my hands were done
fly til ya die
Jan 27, 2013, 08:33 AM
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I've search and I can't find any instructions on how to remove the balance bar. I bent mine in my last crash as just received a new one but I can't seem to get the old one off???? Any help?

Thanks
J


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