I'm hoping to add a five-blade main rotor and a four-blade tail rotor to my TREX 500 before putting it in a Hughes 500 fuselage.
The CNChelicopter 5-blade head has been supplied with a new design of swash plate driver and interference between the driver and the adjacent blade pitch control rod stops me getting more than about 70 degrees mechanical phase advance. Have added another 20 degrees using the rotation facility in the gyro. Has anyone else had this problem?
Hi all, looking for a little advice, it was a nice day today, so thought I would at last give my new Goblin 700 its maiden flight, tail blades are rotating ccw direction, however on spool up the heli spun rapidly ccw, no matter how much compensation I gave on the sticks.
I tried several times until eventually breaking the tail blades. I have checked the settings on the Beast X and all seems ok, and the direction is as instructed.
I decided to compare this against my Goblin
Hi all does anyone know if you can still set gov up without LED ? Cheers jon
Very simple to correct.
IT IS NOT A SOFTWARE ISSUE AS MANY OWNERS THINK.
Simply remove tail gearbox and torque tube.Apply sray greas into the tube and quite abit due to the fact the bearing on the torque tube itself has a little play and i believe due to this vibration is created.i also covered the bearing on the torque tube and 7 flights later the twitch has still not returned!!
Originally Posted by Planehazza
My take on the “Which is Best: Nitro or Electric?” argument…
As forum users, we all like to have a good argument now and again, and I’m sure that we’ll all agree that one of the most common ones is “boobs or bum?”. Wait, wrong forum… No, this is the classic “nitro or electric” discussion/argument/flame war/bunny fight.
So which is better? Which should you pick? Which will you prefer? I cannot answer those questions; only you can as an individual.