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Old 09-27-2008, 03:54 AM
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Hey guys,

New to flying and these forums!
As you've read, I've totalled my CP Pro last week in forward flight ... got it out of sight, lost control and into the ground it went.

I've rebuild it but, before I start flying, I want to set up the servo's and swashplate pitchlinks (connecting to the servo's) properly. My question is how to do that.
And then, when the swashplate pich links are sorted out, how can you measure the blades to be sitting at 0 degree's half way through throttle?

Thanks in advance,

Daniel
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Old 09-27-2008, 04:05 AM
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Originally Posted by AmsterDan View Post
Hey guys,

New to flying and these forums!
As you've read, I've totalled my CP Pro last week in forward flight ... got it out of sight, lost control and into the ground it went.

I've rebuild it but, before I start flying, I want to set up the servo's and swashplate pitchlinks (connecting to the servo's) properly. My question is how to do that.
And then, when the swashplate pich links are sorted out, how can you measure the blades to be sitting at 0 degree's half way through throttle?

Thanks in advance,

Daniel
Daniel:: I found a site with a great repair Manual and I'll look it up but hang in there as someone will chime in here soon (Prez Debates on the tellie)I find the WWW and get right back to ya,, Hang in there myBub, steve
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Old 09-27-2008, 04:07 AM
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Here it is, your bub, steve
http://www.bladecprepair.com/man_tr_dd_conversion.html
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Old 09-27-2008, 05:41 AM
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Thanks Steve, that website is indeed really helpful and I am sure I'm going to be using it lots haha.
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Thanks Steve, that website is indeed really helpful and I am sure I'm going to be using it lots haha.
Da'Nadda my bub hope she flys well for you,, bub, steve
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Sorry, I might be missing out here on something. English is not my first language, but what does 'bub' mean. You seem to use it a lot and I can't figure it out lol.

Cheers,

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Originally Posted by AmsterDan View Post
Sorry, I might be missing out here on something. English is not my first language, but what does 'bub' mean. You seem to use it a lot and I can't figure it out lol.

Cheers,

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LOL your not the first one to Ask That Bub can mean Buddy or Friend, its all good Take care, Chellie
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