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05-07-2005 06:54 AM  12 years agoPost 1
anuong

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Hi!
I'm a new guy , so I just receive my very first heli , and I'm new to it , my heli is sceadu evo 50 HPM ARF , so what do I need to check with it , do I need to retitend it one more time or just let it bee original and don't do anything , just fitt's everything and go for test when I am ready .
I have learn the simulator for about four to five month , but still not very familiar with my control , stupid Huh !
But I will ask my friend to help to get on with it , but I need recomend with my new heli , what do I need to do with the ARF system .
Pls give comment , thank you .

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05-07-2005 07:20 AM  12 years agoPost 2
helirulz

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for your part, install the tail boom and the landing gear.
make sure ur belt direction is correct.
Install the electronics and youre good to go/wait for your friend.
Just NEVER start it up own your own out of curiosity

did i miss out anything??

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05-07-2005 11:11 AM  12 years agoPost 3
anuong

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Hi !
Thank you and anything else need to be take care of .

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05-07-2005 11:11 AM  12 years agoPost 4
anuong

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Hi !
Thank you and anything else need to be take care of .

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05-07-2005 11:11 AM  12 years agoPost 5
anuong

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Hi !
Thank you and anything else need to be take care of .

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05-07-2005 01:40 PM  12 years agoPost 6
BDIS

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Fill out your profile so everyone knows who you are and where you are from. Also find a local pilot to help make sure everything is setup correctly on both e mechanical side and the Radio side. You'll be glad you did even if the person is an hour away. It saves you time and trouble.

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05-07-2005 06:41 PM  12 years agoPost 7
DarkSideSimba

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Hey hey.. Anuong it may not be a Rappy but goto

http://www.raptortechnique.com/index.html

Here you can find out all the info you need to get you up and flying fast.. Everything discused in there applies to all heli types.. A great site.. Would be super sweet if Sceadu had one..

DSS

Evolution.. Times Have Changed.. Has Your Heli??? Sceadu Evo.. Tomorrows Heli.. Todays Evolution

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05-08-2005 04:14 PM  12 years agoPost 8
DarkSideSimba

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Heeeh Sceadu does have a site.. Sorry I forgot.. Though I dont think its as good as the Rappy site..

http://www.hirobotechnique.com/sceadumanual.html


DSS

Evolution.. Times Have Changed.. Has Your Heli??? Sceadu Evo.. Tomorrows Heli.. Todays Evolution

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05-11-2005 11:58 AM  12 years agoPost 9
anuong

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Hi Guy's !
You feed back help a lot , thank you very much , I'm now just waiting for some tool's to come , so that I can do adjustment , cause in our place no body have the tool's for adjustment , I don't know how they can fly it .
Lucky maybe , but I don't dare to try , so I order the tool's and I'm now sit and wait , cause I'm not so hurry to fly my bird yet , not untill everything is set , do you think I'm right or wrong , or just wasting my time for waiting ?

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05-11-2005 02:26 PM  12 years agoPost 10
B.T.D.T.

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Getting the heli setup correctly is the most important thing. What special tools do you need. The only thing I can think of off hand is a pitch gauge. A dial gauge if you want to check your engine/clutch alignment. All other tools are metric allen keys & screw drivers. A ball link piler is nice. A tach to measure to head speed is also nice which I don't have Yet (I hope).
I think you're making a good choice on waiting for your stuff. Rushing into something you know is not right will get you into touble.

A simulator will help you hover/fly if no one around you flys heli.

Good Luck.

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05-13-2005 06:05 AM  12 years agoPost 11
anuong

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Hi BTDT !
Thank's for your reply , my tool's list is swahplate leveling gauge , pitch gauge , paddle gauge and ball link plier
I have a tach gauge too , but what else I need to have , maybe I need a teacher to teach me how to maintain the bird later huh ?

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05-13-2005 05:07 PM  12 years agoPost 12
Tmblewd

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A Ball Link adjustment tool is too handy not to have. That and the ball link drivers, it saves very sore fingers

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05-14-2005 04:55 AM  12 years agoPost 13
B.T.D.T.

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Hi Anuong!
You're in the right direction. Tach too, Nice.
Additional tools I use:
A blade balancer, caliper to measure ball/rod links, ball link wrench, as mention on the other posting, dial indicator gauge.

Stuff for maintance:
A tool called "The Greaser" (To lube ball bearings) and grease. Before you lube your bearing, you need to clean them first. I use a tool called Bearing Blaster it's made by RPM (using in RC cars). Otherwise you will be forcing dirt into your bearings. Tri-flow lube.

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05-14-2005 05:52 AM  12 years agoPost 14
anuong

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Hi Guy's !
Thank's for the comment , I have caliber , but I don't have ball link driver , blade balancer and posting dial indicator gauge .
Oh god ! it's a lot of tool's that we need to prepare , but what is the posting dial indicator gauge ?
So I think I will order the ball link driver and the blade balancer today .
Oh ! I saw there is a complain about the main gear , become stripping is that true , so do you think I change them first before it's happen , why could it happen ?
Is it they put too many pressure on the bird or else ?

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05-14-2005 04:05 PM  12 years agoPost 15
B.T.D.T.

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Sorry, forget the comma. The other posting, "Dial Indicator".
A dial indicator is used to measure the engine/clutch shaft runout. The way the engine and the fan/shaft has to be align as straight as possible. If it's not align your heli will vibrate. Sometimes just by turn the fan shaft 180 degree from the engine can help the alginment.

BTW, were did you read that about the main gear striping?

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05-15-2005 06:00 AM  12 years agoPost 16
anuong

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Hi BTDT !
I read it from hirobotechnique , that give by DarkSide Simba , this site give many suggest for sceadu , but I'm not really understand why could it happen .
And my bird is ARF , is it still need to check the engin/clutch runout ? or later we need to do .

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05-15-2005 03:42 PM  12 years agoPost 17
B.T.D.T.

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It all depends on the builder on the production line. I would hope they did align it. If you have no vibrations when you hover then it's not a problem. As we all know it sooner or later we are going to crash and hoping it's later of course. It depend on how bad of a crash you have, you may need to rebuilt it and want to check alignment at that time. Just another tool to have.

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05-16-2005 04:39 AM  12 years agoPost 18
anuong

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Ok , thank you BTDT , hope you have a very fun fly with your bird ,
and may I ask how many bird do you have ?
How long did you fly already ? Is that you train by the flight simulator before you fly the heli ?

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05-16-2005 05:35 AM  12 years agoPost 19
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I started about 14-15 years ago. My first heli is a Schluter Champion with an OS .61. Replacement parts for the 60 was an arm & leg. Next year, I saw other pilots flying & crashing the Hirobo Shuttle ZX 30's. Replacement parts were cheap. I also pick up the Shuttle w/OS engine. I got to hover the helis and move them from here to there and back without the training gear. I was trying to FF, but never got at it. I flew/hover for about two years. Back then, no simulator and mechanical gryo (No HH). I only flew on Sat or Sun twice a month. So I had very little flight time. About a year later I had stop flying. See my gallery, I proposed to my wife with a banner on the Champion. Got married then kids. Last year I cleanup my RC cars and let my kids drive it. They love it & I got back into RC cars. I even pickup an FT NTC3 for myself and an Stadium truck for my kids. I was at my cousins house over the holidays, he had a G-2. He turned it on and he was showing me his planks. I ask if it had Heli's. He changed aircrafts to a heli. After that, I was on his computer for most of the time. When I was leaving, he offer to loan me the G-2. That was it for me. 12 years later I'm now back to Heli's. I never thought that I will be back at it. I still have the two old heli's. Engines are siezed. I had the same problem with my car. I was able to free the car's engine and will work on the heli's engine soon.
I decide to pickup a new EVO50 & a 9CHPS. I know I can get replacement parts for the EVO. On the other two birds, parts will be a little harder to find. I now got the XTR Simulator, since I have to return the G-2. I just got my EVO 50 up in the air last week and finish a gallon of fuel in three days (three tanks per day). I am so happy I've got a smile from ear to ear. My wife think's I'm crazy. I had the training gear back on just incase. I will be removing them this week hopeful tomorrow if I get time to go. The EVO50 & the 401 gryo is rock steady. Hopeful this time around I will have more air time and will be at 3D by end of this summer with the aid of the simulator. The simulator is a good way learn, you still need to use the real thing to learn. Just go slow and you'll get the hang of it in no time. Good luck to you. I know you'll love your EVO and have lots of fun with it.

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05-17-2005 04:01 AM  12 years agoPost 20
anuong

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Hi BTDT !
Wow ! what a nice big working space that you have , compare to mine I have only 1/4 of the room that you have , and what the history that you have 14-15 year's old ? unbelivable history .
I start playing the R/C car for only five year's ago , starting with electric car till now playing 1/10 scale gas power car , so I just invest the heli only in this month , but before I buy it , I learn the simulator a few month's ago , in my friend place , almost one and half hour's per time four day's per week .
I want to buy my own simulator , I did think about the G3 , the newest simulator , my friend one is CSM , I think most of the simulator is the same right .
Hope you can give comment after you fly your EVO , and soon I will fly mine too .
Have fun

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