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Old Oct 06, 2012, 06:45 PM
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Motor cool down time?


Do I need to let the motor cool down after each flight? I have instsalled the mico helis heat sink, just what to make sure I don't hurt the motor.With my MCPX I would fly one battery after the next.
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Old Oct 06, 2012, 07:17 PM
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Do I need to let the motor cool down after each flight? I have instsalled the mico helis heat sink, just what to make sure I don't hurt the motor.With my MCPX I would fly one battery after the next.
Thanks, Allen
Hh says its safe up to 160 degrees, i let mine cool 5 mins or so
Old Oct 06, 2012, 09:22 PM
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Well after a lot of bitching about the QC issues I bought another one. And then threw some money at it. Metal a gear, Rakon main grips (not installed), main rotor hub, weighted tail blade grips, boom supports/ clamp and tail pitch slider, KBDD main (not installed) and tail blades and Microheli swash with rear mouned anti rotation guide and tail box. 8k kv hp08s with 10t pinion with raised main gear for better pinion engagement. Stripped down Zippy compact 500mah 25c batteries that weigh in at 26g. I trued my tail shaft, shimmed the tail blade side tail box bearing for a tighter c to d gear mesh, and added a bit of solder to the torque tube flats and then reground them down for a tighter fit in both the b and c gears. I was able to hold the tail shaft stationary and rotate the main blades 30-40 degrees. Now the only play in my tail system is the mesh of the a and b gears. Default gyro gains and flies amazingly and is very quiet. Also heated up my skids and bent them to give a forward rake/ tdr look and get my tail blades a little higher for grassy landings and put on a 2.9g Turnigy tail servo.
Old Oct 06, 2012, 10:00 PM
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Well after a lot of bitching about the QC issues I bought another one. And then threw some money at it. Metal a gear, Rakon main grips (not installed), main rotor hub, weighted tail blade grips, boom supports/ clamp and tail pitch slider, KBDD main (not installed) and tail blades and Microheli swash with rear mouned anti rotation guide and tail box. 8k kv hp08s with 10t pinion with raised main gear for better pinion engagement. Stripped down Zippy compact 500mah 25c batteries that weigh in at 26g. I trued my tail shaft, shimmed the tail blade side tail box bearing for a tighter c to d gear mesh, and added a bit of solder to the torque tube flats and then reground them down for a tighter fit in both the b and c gears. I was able to hold the tail shaft stationary and rotate the main blades 30-40 degrees. Now the only play in my tail system is the mesh of the a and b gears. Default gyro gains and flies amazingly and is very quiet. Also heated up my skids and bent them to give a forward rake/ tdr look and get my tail blades a little higher for grassy landings and put on a 2.9g Turnigy tail servo.
That's one sporty 130x!
Old Oct 06, 2012, 10:10 PM
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Crazy question,

If you cut the 002 in half,doesn't that make it an 001? Why not use that in the first place? Not trying to be a smart a$$, just getting ready to install the new o rings. Thanks in advance

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001 for the tail blade grips, 002 cut in half like a bagel for the slider and rear servo link, 003 for every where else.

I didn't put them on the bottom of the pitch links cause they rubbed on the swash, having them on just the top of the pitch links seemed to do the job just fine.
Old Oct 06, 2012, 10:45 PM
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Crazy question,

If you cut the 002 in half,doesn't that make it an 001? Why not use that in the first place? Not trying to be a smart a$$, just getting ready to install the new o rings. Thanks in advance
No, the 001 is a smaller diameter. Slicing the larger diameter 002 o-ring in half (like cutting a bagel to make a sandwich) only reduces its thickness.
Old Oct 06, 2012, 10:59 PM
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With KBDD mains:

Old Oct 07, 2012, 01:02 AM
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I finally got rid of the shakes and tail vibration / wag on my 130.

Sure this has been covered elsewhere but used nitro fuel tubing 3mm in length on the blade grips, about 2mm lengths on the swash plate arms and on the tail grips.

Flies great now :-)

Cheers,

Gord.
Old Oct 07, 2012, 10:26 AM
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With KBDD mains:

Build one for me !!
Old Oct 08, 2012, 03:53 PM
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I contacted the guys at Wowhobbies and they were nice enough to custom build a new motor for Manny and I to test fly. It is a 2S version of the 9g motor at 8000kv on the stock pinion. I had to make sure the heli would stand up to the test, so I installed MH metal main grips, swash plate, tail slider and tail box. It is still using the stock tail shaft and grips (which are more durable than any of the "upgrade" ones I have tested). I also epoxied the C and D gears to prevent any possible stripping of the gears in mid 3D flight. Flight pack was the Hyperion 500 mah and at the end of the flight there was still 7.6v left. Motor was cool and ESC was warm after the flight. Pretty efficient for all that power. Of course the entire heli is perfectly balanced and there is no tail vibration on spool up at any RPM.

The heli has only been in the air a total of 3 times. 1 hover in my hobby room, 1 test flight at 85% throttle to dial in the Tx settings and this flight at 100% throttle all out. I am just glad the heli stood up to the test. LOL.

Sorry about the quality of the vid. All we had was my Iphone since we were not sure how this was going to go. I am sure Manny and his brother will be making a better one soon enough when this motor becomes available.

Blade 130X Prototype Motor from www.wowhobbies.com - buildem336 pilot (3 min 7 sec)
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Old Oct 08, 2012, 04:03 PM
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Awesome flying!
Old Oct 08, 2012, 04:10 PM
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Insane ultra micro flying! Holy cow!
Old Oct 08, 2012, 04:31 PM
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I have been flipping my 130x inside the living room a little bit ..I think if I had that motor setup in it I would have a few holes in the walls...and broke the tv.

Very nice! As always he sure can fly It looks like a 450 on 6s

How long out do you think the motor is from production?
Old Oct 08, 2012, 05:41 PM
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JEEEEEEEEEEZUZ..lol
Old Oct 08, 2012, 06:19 PM
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Nice flying as always when i grow up i want to fly like that


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