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Oct 09, 2012, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by nebwake
I cannot get the vibrations out of the heli. I have tried both sets of blades, adjusted the blade grip tightness from loose to tight, made sure the feathering shaft was tight. what else are you guys doing to fix vibration? is it necessary to balance these little blades?
yes balance them
Also check your feathering shaft to verify it isnt bent. You want the feathering shaft tight but not too tight. Tighten until the blade grips start to bind then back off until they move freely
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Oct 09, 2012, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by nebwake
I cannot get the vibrations out of the heli. I have tried both sets of blades, adjusted the blade grip tightness from loose to tight, made sure the feathering shaft was tight. what else are you guys doing to fix vibration? is it necessary to balance these little blades?
Feathering shaft should have a hairs worth of end play not tight. I had vibration and tried everything but, nothing helped. I changed the motor because, it seemed to be pulsing and that fixed it. Now it is very smooth flying.
Oct 09, 2012, 09:04 PM
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Originally Posted by nebwake
I cannot get the vibrations out of the heli. I have tried both sets of blades, adjusted the blade grip tightness from loose to tight, made sure the feathering shaft was tight. what else are you guys doing to fix vibration? is it necessary to balance these little blades?
Try loosening it up a little. Horizon says that there should be about a hair width of play.
Oct 09, 2012, 09:11 PM
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cool, ill try that, thanks!
Oct 09, 2012, 11:28 PM
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Is a good mod, not like brushless but beter than stock. take a drill and glue sand paper to half of it. Only sand the front side of the frame. remember you need a 10t Pinion to make this work or you wil not see 5500 heed speed Zero pitch, full pitch 3400 MQX Clockwize Motor.
Oct 09, 2012, 11:53 PM
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I got some crazy vibrations when I bent the feathering spindle. Bent it back and all is well. Awesome little helicopter. I also found out those little black plastic pieces are for the feathering spindle, only after I somehow removed and installed with the point of a razor blade and a screw driver. My nano tech batteries are not performing more than 3 minutes in fff, it dies when I try to go IU. Stock batteries work just fine though.
Oct 10, 2012, 07:17 AM
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Originally Posted by indoorheli
yes balance them
Also check your feathering shaft to verify it isnt bent. You want the feathering shaft tight but not too tight. Tighten until the blade grips start to bind then back off until they move freely
If you are still getting vibes after this, pull off the head and run up the heli to check for a bent main shaft. Mine came out of the box with a slight bend, enough to cause vibrations.
Easy fix to make another shaft- 2mm cf rod, using the old main shaft as a template
Oct 10, 2012, 07:17 AM
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What is the heed speed of a ncpx ?
Oct 10, 2012, 07:48 AM
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Guys where do you buy the brushless conversions with international shipping? and for mcpx?

thank you in advance!
Oct 10, 2012, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by micro50
Is a good mod, not like brushless but beter than stock. take a drill and glue sand paper to half of it. Only sand the front side of the frame. remember you need a 10t Pinion to make this work or you wil not see 5500 heed speed Zero pitch, full pitch 3400 MQX Clockwize Motor.
I'm picking up one of these motors today, I will do the BL upgrade as soon as they are available but this looks good for now since my stock motor is toast. I took it apart since I will be replacing it anyway and found a lot of fine metal specks in and around the end of the motor around the brushes, looks like these little motors are eating themselves alive. Wish HH would use better quality motors, it's a bit disappointing to have it die with only 40 or so flights and only 20 to 25 of them were at full performance before I lost quite a bit of power. Where can I get a 10t pinion? Any pics of the mod would be really helpful.
Oct 10, 2012, 09:41 AM
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cool little heli..
just flew my fourth pack through it..
feels like it needs a tad more power with my DX6i
Oct 10, 2012, 10:01 AM
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Originally Posted by chulian1819
Guys where do you buy the brushless conversions with international shipping? and for mcpx?

thank you in advance!
Well as far as a kit there is none available yet. But you can buy all the parts from Dylan at astroiddesigns.com or Topper at topcopter.com.

If you want a kit Dylan should have some in a few weeks.
Oct 10, 2012, 01:12 PM
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Just curious, has anyone tried the MSRX coreless motor (BLH 3203) motor in the Nano and if so, how do you like it?

Bob
Oct 10, 2012, 01:26 PM
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I almost did But I stole the 8t pinion off of it instead
Oct 10, 2012, 01:32 PM
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I believe the mSRX coreless motor is 8.5mm. While the nCPX is 8mm. So you'll probably have to sand and mod the mount like the guy above suggested for the mQX motor. Which I am still having a difficult time understanding BTW.

It sounds like you gotta sand the mount to fit the 8.5mm motor. Then gotta use a 10tooth pinion to reach the main gear. While adding weight to the nCPX?

Sounds like getting a brushless on there is still better.


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