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11-20-2006 08:54 PM  11 years agoPost 1
Jag72

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Has anyone tried to put the 730mm long boom logo 24 Bionic kit onto the logo 14? Just wondering if it works and if that would make it possible to run 680's?.....Thinking of trying it out....

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11-21-2006 12:24 AM  11 years agoPost 2
HS10

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I remember reading something about running 680’s on a logo 14…

If I remember correctly, the main issue has to do with the ability of the mini servos being able to handle the load…

If it works out I am interested in doing the same thing…

I stretched my Logo 14 to run 600mm and like the way it handles...

Logo 14/24 (Agusta 109A-MKII) (MH-6 Little Bird) (OH-58A) Navy - Retired

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11-21-2006 08:23 AM  11 years agoPost 3
OICU812

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You will load the servos too much, that is far too much load for the 9650s or the 3421s.

...Once upon a time there were Nitros, flybars and frequency pins...

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11-21-2006 08:25 AM  11 years agoPost 4
Lorents

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Oh! That sounded like a very cool idea, but I guess OICU812 have a good point there.... (party pooper)

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11-21-2006 08:27 AM  11 years agoPost 5
OICU812

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Well I remember reading about someone doing this very thing on RCG, and it was a bad wreck, hate to see someone else go through that event.

...Once upon a time there were Nitros, flybars and frequency pins...

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11-21-2006 01:53 PM  11 years agoPost 6
HS10

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Elk River, MN

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Does anyone know the largest (practical) blades that "have" been used on a stretched Logo 24?

Since the servos are larger when does it become a problem?

Logo 14/24 (Agusta 109A-MKII) (MH-6 Little Bird) (OH-58A) Navy - Retired

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11-21-2006 02:37 PM  11 years agoPost 7
Jag72

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South of Boston

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servos.....

you're right...I didn't take into account the fact that the 9650's were so small and weak...thanks for the help...That's why I asked first...good thing...would have been ugly...

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11-25-2006 04:17 PM  11 years agoPost 8
Chachin

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Cocoa, FL, USA

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Hello HS10, there's a guy named John over at RCGroups who says he is very happy with his stretched Bionic running 690mm NHP blades.

Unlike the 14, the L24 is designed to run standard sized servos. I'm running FUTABA 9252's in mine which are the same servos I use to fly my Ion and Joker on 690 and 700mm blades. So there shouldn't be any problems running long blades with this helicopter. I'm planning on flying 680's when I'm ready to stretch mine.

Chachin..

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11-25-2006 05:25 PM  11 years agoPost 9
HS10

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Hi Chachin...

Can you find the "thread link" where John discussed the Logo 24?

Thanks

Logo 14/24 (Agusta 109A-MKII) (MH-6 Little Bird) (OH-58A) Navy - Retired

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11-26-2006 05:22 AM  11 years agoPost 10
Chachin

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http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=586196

It was in my Bionic build thread (link above). Look at posts No. 15 and 38.

Chachin..

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