Originally Posted by Steve_
Dug this from some forum, it's someone speaking about the CB180z
(or the Air Hawk) .
"By moving the flybar links to the outside holes on the BH mixing arms I got pretty good cyclic response...."
It sounds like just what we need.
The F645 might be a tank, but it still has far more cyclic than
a stock 9116, and balance bar leverage is one of the few
differences between them.
Nice find! That sounds very promising. I sent off some plans this afternoon to have mixing arms printed. The ball stud mounting holes on one end of the first set are in their original position, while the others are moved 25%,50% and 75% further away from the axis of rotation so we can test with all three. I'm guessing it will be one week for the 3.8mm ball studs to come from eBay and up to 2 weeks for the mixing arms to come in. I also ordered some 3mm Honey Bee mixing arm bearings
from BangGood, but I do not have measurements for outer diameter or width so this design will only be supported by the 3mm plastic shaft like the original part.
In the meantime, more practice!