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Old Sep 26, 2012, 10:39 PM
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While I think the mcpx is very fun inside and I am only a decent pilot I am way more careful with it. The nano I flip and fly next to my flat screen without even covering it. I have hit almost everything in the area with the exception of the tv and not one mark on anything
Would you mind slamming it into your flat screen and give us a damage report so I know if I need to cover mine or not?

Thanks a bunch!
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Old Sep 26, 2012, 10:50 PM
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Mine went dead several times but, I think, always with the same battery. I was chalking it up to LV cutoff due to a weak battery so I took that one out of the rotation.

And I started to get pretty bad head shakes occasionally - a couple of times per pack, usually when descending - lasting a couple of seconds and then smooth again.

I have a lot a slop in the swash and head - but i think all these plastic micros do. This one didn't have rubber donuts on the grip balls - not sure if it should - so I put the rubbers from the swash on the grip balls and spare canopy rubbers on the swash balls. Seems better but I'd say inconclusive until I can fly some more. Haven't tried to tighten up the grips on the feathering shaft since I don't detect any lateral play - but I'll try that anyway.

As for whether this is a better indoor flier than mCPx: definitely! The smaller size and less mass makes a big difference. With the DR at 60, I think this flies around the living room nicely and I'm not that good ;-) I rarely fly the mCPx inside - just a little too big and fast for comfort.

We'll see what tomorrow brings...
Old Sep 26, 2012, 10:55 PM
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well, I just read there are not only main brushless conversions, but some guys did FULL brushless already (main AND tail)
As they are talking about changing pinions, I was wandering, what the modulus on the nCPX pinions is? Is that 0.25 or 0.3 ... OR 0.2?

Could anybody help?
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Old Sep 26, 2012, 11:05 PM
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Would you mind slamming it into your flat screen and give us a damage report so I know if I need to cover mine or not?

Thanks a bunch!
Hit my Samsung LED and Samsung DLP, only white resedue which I just scratched off with my finger nail. I'm too lazy to cover my TV's
Old Sep 26, 2012, 11:26 PM
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well, I just read there are not only main brushless conversions, but some guys did FULL brushless already (main AND tail)
As they are talking about changing pinions, I was wandering, what the modulus on the nCPX pinions is? Is that 0.25 or 0.3 ... OR 0.2?

Could anybody help?
Do you have a link?
Old Sep 26, 2012, 11:37 PM
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I just did 5 more flights this evening in mild wind and eight this morning in a gym. When I was flying a few minutes ago, The bird went completely dead a few times in flight. I pick it up and sometimes it would start up and fly and other times it wouldn't untilI change batteries and I know the batteries were not dead. I was flying back to back batteries but the tail motor was only luke warm and the evening is quite cool since I live in the mountains. I think I need a brushless motor in this baby providing it doesn't add too much weight. This thing with no wind hovers hands off as good as if not better than my 130X and is quite responsive. I am a little concerned about the motor conking out but it happened on my fourth and fifth flight. Maybe the motor was trying to tell me something because when I came inside the house I put another battery in it and flew it for thee minutes without any problems.

Bob

I have the same issue on my 130x. If I fly back to back it will fall out of the sky on the fourth or fifth battery. I just fly three batteries and let it cool down while I fly my 300x. I called HH a while back and they shipped me a new pcb but, I haven't felt the need to install it so, I don't know if that will fix it.
Old Sep 26, 2012, 11:46 PM
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well, I just read there are not only main brushless conversions, but some guys did FULL brushless already (main AND tail)
As they are talking about changing pinions, I was wandering, what the modulus on the nCPX pinions is? Is that 0.25 or 0.3 ... OR 0.2?

Could anybody help?
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Old Sep 26, 2012, 11:48 PM
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Would you mind slamming it into your flat screen and give us a damage report so I know if I need to cover mine or not?

Thanks a bunch!
I've tried but my thumbs go auto to push it away when it gets near..
Old Sep 26, 2012, 11:55 PM
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Do you have a link?
Ditto!!! would love to see this!
Old Sep 27, 2012, 12:02 AM
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Do you have a link?
to the double brushless? they dont really show a DIY (cause its a store so I expect they want to sell it when its "flawless", but they show general specs - so anybody with ample knowledge from converting mcpx's should be able to use it as a pointer:
(top one says "first testflight with 200mah/30C" - and this refers to the double brushless nano cpx with frank lachmund canopy/skids)
http://www.helistyle.ch/startseite/neuigkeiten/

I read some forums (not really extensively, just "browsing" and found they also have a gadget called a "booster" with which you can use 2 batteries at the same time with the nano and it allows flight times of about 7min to 7:30) - and all of this gets me to the point to say "sorry, but it looks a lot like the guys in europe are about a step or two ahead of here ..." )

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forgot to mention: this is the "booster":
http://www.freakware.de/shop/artikel..._artikel=54449

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Old Sep 27, 2012, 12:16 AM
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Thanks E2.

Good brushless discussion over on the dedicated brushless subforum on HeliFreak. They got some interesting stuff going on. But you are right, some of the great mods are hidden from our views sometimes. I know KKDDMM in Japan is one example. And the Italy forums and Chinese forums got good stuff. Always appreciated when you guys share what you find here with us.

Boosters or regulating the voltage output is not a new concept. It's one way the BL guys are able to use 2s cells on their mCPX. It's all to keep the headspeed to be consistent so they can do their 3D movenuevers. Thanks for the link to the booster circuit too. Pricey though IMHO.

The mCPX really needed the double brushless more than the nCPX. Mainly due to it's tail.

The nCPX stock is faring very well with the stock power. The low overall weight of the heli helps a lot. The pop it gets feels like a brushless mCPX IMHO.

Dylan from Astroid Design is getting closer to having the kit for sale. He's waiting on an answer from Oversky for the motor. Because it requires the mains motor in a mCPX tail motor mount. And he likes the 1.5mm shaft with a 8t pinion. But his motor adapter ring he created can handle both a 7t and 8t. Pretty creative solution too.

Anyways, love seeing that the brushless setup manage to shave about .5g off the stock heli. Many people still think going brushless means the weight increases. On a properly done BL setup, the opposite is true.
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Old Sep 27, 2012, 12:37 AM
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Having a time trying to get this heli bound. I have had 9 flights so far.

Every now and then the heli gets into a weird glitch scenario where I cannot lift off because the elevator servo for example will tilt the heli forward. (Not the normal fbl lift off tendency).

I basically need to rebind when this happens. Well my dx8 keeps wanting to bind in DSM2 and not DSMX. I set up the frame rate for 22ms and DSMX but only once in a blue moon will it bind in DSMX mode.

Starting together annoyed now. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Old Sep 27, 2012, 01:08 AM
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Man I love this heli. Don't think I'm going to sell or give this one away.

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Old Sep 27, 2012, 01:49 AM
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Nice video. I wish mine would flip that tight. I can fly cp's just fine. I'm trying to learn a little but of 3d. I need to learn more the setting up of the radio part though.
Old Sep 27, 2012, 02:05 AM
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to the double brushless? they dont really show a DIY (cause its a store so I expect they want to sell it when its "flawless", but they show general specs - so anybody with ample knowledge from converting mcpx's should be able to use it as a pointer:
(top one says "first testflight with 200mah/30C" - and this refers to the double brushless nano cpx with frank lachmund canopy/skids)
http://www.helistyle.ch/startseite/neuigkeiten/
If they are selling wouldnt be plug and play which would cut out a lot of sales. I dont think I will go double brushless since the tail is strong stock but I do have a main motor on order that I will flash

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forgot to mention: this is the "booster":
http://www.freakware.de/shop/artikel..._artikel=54449

You have got to be kidding me $45 bucks for a parallel hook up.....and I thought a $6 feathering shaft was ridiculous.


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