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10-05-2005 07:54 PM  12 years agoPost 1
Rogue123

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http://www.cyberheli.com/shop-produ...?ProductID=5825

For 70 bucks it might be something to look at, CCPM for the 50.

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10-05-2005 08:48 PM  12 years agoPost 2
J3DI

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looks interesting, guess the 3rd servo is at the rear? I wonder how much room that leaves at the front for the gyro??

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10-05-2005 08:51 PM  12 years agoPost 3
Rogue123

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No, its where the collective is. Still have the room for the gyro.

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10-05-2005 10:11 PM  12 years agoPost 4
rcmike

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That is pretty neat. Simple but I bet it works well. Now you don't have to spend a lot of $$$$ for carbon fiber frames if you want CCPM.

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10-05-2005 10:57 PM  12 years agoPost 5
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Neat!

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10-06-2005 12:17 AM  12 years agoPost 6
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Where's the anti-rotation bracket?

We don't need no stinking flybars!

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10-06-2005 12:36 AM  12 years agoPost 7
rcmike

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Hmmm.... maybe the thing on the back is like the elevator links on a regular Raptor. The part I can see looks curved. Good question.

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10-06-2005 02:23 PM  12 years agoPost 8
blade3d

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Any more pics to get a better look am interested,, nice


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10-06-2005 03:54 PM  12 years agoPost 9
chuckhager

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I've had CCPM on my Raptor for the last year. Aren't these still available?

These kits we sold by Electra Flight and I think Gary at TTPacks now carries them.

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10-06-2005 04:09 PM  12 years agoPost 10
blade3d

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I prefer the one Cyberheli is selling.

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10-06-2005 04:20 PM  12 years agoPost 11
chuckhager

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Looks like a nice setup, but the system I use is clean, simple & direct. Only one link required from servo to swash. Just my personal preference.

Yes, we need more pics. I can't see how the servo linkage on the elevator control is connected to the servo.

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10-06-2005 06:33 PM  12 years agoPost 12
ChristianM

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chuckhager

Nice setup you got there. I like how clean your wire routing is. One question: in the first picture you posted there are three wires going back to the boom, one to the T/R servo and one to the Co-pilot system. What is the last wire for?

Sorry if this is off topic.

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10-06-2005 06:48 PM  12 years agoPost 13
raptorheli2

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looks very neat but why did they leave off the push pull option for the servos when it could have been easily done on atleast 2 of the servos?

looks like they they use the rear raptor a arm on the rear servo which means it doesn't NEED a normal style anti rotation bracket. altough would be nice to see one i admit.

need to see more pictures.

cheers


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10-06-2005 07:43 PM  12 years agoPost 14
chuckhager

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ChristianM, The third wire goes to a "Z" sensor that works in conjunction with the co-pilot. I fly with the co-pilot off and have it on a toggle switch. If I'm inverted or disoriented, and need to bail out, I switch the co-pilot on and the "Z" sensor will roll the heli out instead of trying to loop out. I use the co-pilot as my parachute. Saved me many times and many dollars.

raptorheli2, That would make sense for the lack of an anti-rotation bracket. The XeroG frame uses this same concept. You can see the front arm on my other eRapp here.

Sorry for going off topic Rogue123.
I would still like to see more pics of the Cyberheli CCPM mod.

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10-06-2005 07:58 PM  12 years agoPost 15
SSchulz

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Hi chuckhager:

Love that eRaptor. I have been wanting to convert over to electrics. Have been holding out for the new 600EP. However I might be just as well off putting together some thing like you have. What do you think?
I am just a weekend sport flyer into mild 3D. Should I wait for the 600ep or try to put something together like you have? Wanna sell that one

Thanks
Scott

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10-06-2005 08:19 PM  12 years agoPost 16
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Scott, I know this is getting way off topic, but yes, I'm selling the motor, ESC, UBEC, the high mount kit and two sets of TP-7S4P lipos. I converted the purple eRapp you see in the first pictures to a boxed Neu motor, so I've got the "guts" pulled out. I'll PM you if you're interested.

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10-07-2005 04:16 AM  12 years agoPost 17
Stephen

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10-07-2005 04:23 AM  12 years agoPost 18
turboomni

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Is there a definite improvement in handling that is worth mentioning that the regular Joe Shmoe Heli Guy would find better than the stock setup?
Or is it just eye ,and or inner crainium candy?
Sure looks purdy though!!

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10-07-2005 06:46 AM  12 years agoPost 19
chuckhager

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Yup. Looks pretty, but it also looks like an interaction nightmare with all those angles. I assume everything lines up at 90* at some point with throws of equal distance?

Annodized side frames look good, but I would like to see it in carbon fiber as well.

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10-07-2005 07:26 AM  12 years agoPost 20
nocontrol

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At our club we have also discussed which is better eCCPM or mCCPM and we concluded that you can not compare a Raptor and a Tempest for this. The head design must be the same. Same heli from swash up with same main frames but one eCCPM and one mCCPM. SOOOO please give me your opinion on the "feel" differance btween the 2 - Same heli but one with eCCPM and one with mCCPM

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