Helicopter workshop

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Re: Helicopter workshop

New postby trevor on Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:02 pm

why not start with a head setup and a gyro setup. wink wink i need this done on my 500 lol
what do you mean low rates and expo???
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Re: Helicopter workshop

New postby Tom B T-28 on Thu Dec 06, 2012 11:42 pm

Good starting topics Trevor! (Basic head set up and gyro adjustments) While I have been practicing with my Blade 450 for about 4 months most of what I have learned about set up has been from online videos and I know there is much more to learn! How about basic routine preventative maintenance?
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Re: Helicopter workshop

New postby nunyabizniss34 on Sun Dec 16, 2012 8:40 pm

Guys, I haven't forgotten about you all :D

I have my brother visiting from the UK until Jan 8, so we'll get this ball rolling in the new year. I'm quite looking forward to it!
Colin
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Re: Helicopter workshop

New postby Rob on Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:22 pm

Hi Colin,
Still planning the workshop?

I got a second hand RTF SR UH-1 for christmas and just ordered a Blade 450 3D from Great Hobbies, couldn't resist they were selling the BNF 450 for $170 including shipping.

I've flown the SR with radio that came with it, works fine on the low setting but not great on the high. I'd like to have them both on the DX8 and learn how to properly set them up. Definitely could use a workshop to get up to speed.
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