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11-30-2005 05:12 AM  12 years agoPost 1
zoobie

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South Africa

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Can someone give me a step by step guide to using a pitch gauge (align micro) with my Honey bee/blade. It seems that there is to much slop in the head to make this a useful technique. I have always done it by eye before. (or direct me to a link)

Thank you.

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11-30-2005 04:03 PM  12 years agoPost 2
rand1960

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Colorado

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Un plug motors from 4-1,turn on tx plug in batt wait for green light on the 4-1.left stick mid pos,flip on idle up.put your pitch gauge on ether blade
sight across the top of the gauge paralel with the fly bar thats your pitch.
mid stick 0 top stick +10 bottom stick -10.Check both blades get them both close using your pitch links,then track your blades make fine adj with pitch links.Depending on your set up and weather you fly 3-d it may work fine.I always end up adding more pitch because i sport fly and like it to get light on the skids at half stick normal mode.

Shogun 3DX SE Shogun V2 Blade cp T-REX XL Raptor 30V2

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11-30-2005 04:08 PM  12 years agoPost 3
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Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

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check out these setup videos, they are pretty helpful. the setups are done on a Fury, but some of it will still apply for the BladeCP just because its 120 CCPM
http://www.moretraction.com/helis/setup videos.htm

Shawn
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Team HelixRC

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