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Old 08-16-2011, 01:33 AM   #1
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Default What would happen if I removed the flybar?

I have been playing with my first coax Heli and I was looking at it the other day wondering "what if I took that thing off?? (flybar weight)". Would it make it more responsive or just simply impossible to control. I have been beating this thing up pretty badly as I am hard on my models. I like to push the envelope. I have a Coax Heli with a rotor span of about 18 inches. Any other mods I could do to make it more responsive?
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Old 08-16-2011, 02:50 AM   #2
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pics of heli....

i have removed the weights from the fly bar ,but removing the flybar usually makes it uncontrolable. flybarless head have to have speed or additional input(gyros).

for a co axail... usually as you get really good with it you will start to smacking the lower and upper blades together during agressive manuvers....
time for a single rotor heli.

your trainer has done it job.. most of use only 15 yrs ago would have parted out many a heli by that time

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