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Old 03-29-2009, 11:42 PM
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Where do I find Finless Bob's videos?
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:02 AM
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crash here! yeah I learned to hover with radds it does make sense and it definatly works. I can hover thru as many battery packs that I choose!! I am ready to go outside now and begin to transition to foward flight and back to hover again. nose in hover is coming along well too! I printed the radds field manual to take with me. I have not flown this last two weeks at all, as I have suffered lifes worst tragedy. I flew in the kitchen today for the first time since and made a big mistake. I took my eyes off the heli for a second too long. I did land it almost in time and she slid as i was in the process of throttle down. the tips of both blades struck a doorway destroying both! I put new flat bottoms on but somthing is wrong there is no visiable damage and i have looked it over reallt good. heres what happens, first there is much vibration until she spins up all the way, and when i start her up i always pull both blades straight! but when i spin down slowly to a stop one of the blades is NOT straight any more. i have repeated this 6 o r7 times and always the same result. does anyone have any ideas? I have attached some pics


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Old 03-30-2009, 12:13 AM
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This is the link to the T-rex 450SE videos.

And I believe this is the location that Finless Bob told me to go to when I was asking about my old CP Pro... http://www.helifreak.com/showthread.php?t=41692
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:16 AM
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It sounds like you have a blade too tight or too loose. They should be snug but moveable with some effort. If they are too tight, they cannot self correct. If they are too loose, they are sloppy and will also affect the flight.

Low speed wobble is indicative of a bend (flybar, main shaft...) Take the blades off and see if it wobbles. If it still wobbles, take off the flybar and test. If neither changes it then it is something else - are you blades out of balance?
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