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03-16-2009 11:35 PM  8 years agoPost 21
TaleGunner

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Everthing is in English, Click on Bordanlasser second one down
Below is a copy of what you said to click on! Not English???

I don't understand how we can both look at the same PDF and get 2 different languages?
http://www.aero-tec-helicopter.de/P...mm%202008-1.pdf
copied from Bordanlasser page 7

BordanlasserMit dem Elektro-Bordanlasser kann der Benziner-Motor mit der Best.-Nr. 103.070 einfach und problemlos vom Fernsteuerungssender aus gestartet werden. Zum Einbau muss der Seilzugstarter entfernt und das Lüfterrad gewechselt werden. Der Anlasser ist besonders für Rumpf-Modelle geeignet, bei denen er Platz findet und das Starten mit dem Seilzugstarter problematisch ist. Komplettbausatz mit Elektromotor, überarbeitetes Lüfterrad, Montageplatte, Getriebestufe mit Freilauf, Mikroschalter und Montageanleitung. Gewicht ca. 330gr.= € 293,--Best.-Nr. 103.076(Zusätzlich ist ein NC-Akku 9,6Volt, min. 0,7Ah und ein Servo erforderlich)
Bell 212 für Comeback Benziner 180

What The Heli is going on with this??

CRASH! GLUE! REPEAT!
Spectra-G, Ion X-2

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03-16-2009 11:37 PM  8 years agoPost 22
johnsalary

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I make it real don't vary - price and system as well. Think starter incorporated in the base plate will be wonderful solution - no?
Price around 150 acceptable?

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03-17-2009 12:15 AM  8 years agoPost 23
Heli 770

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TaleGunner

I just Google it again, Bordanlasser and funktionbeschr1 both sites are in English and all the PDF down loads are in English. In fact on the Google page for Bordanlasser and funktionbescnrl1 at the bottom it will say fema-modelltechnik.de/eng. I don't have any translators on.

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03-17-2009 04:27 AM  8 years agoPost 24
thelane

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Here is an instruction guide:
http://www.fema-modelltechnik.de/Ne...%FCr%20Hubi.pdf

JR Vibe 50 and DX7

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03-19-2009 04:01 AM  8 years agoPost 25
johnsalary

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The wheels is aluminum or plastic? Derlin? Somebody have the starter here? If so, can I see video?

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03-19-2009 04:24 AM  8 years agoPost 26
Heli 770

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Go to the link above your post. It looks like CNC Alum.

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03-19-2009 04:24 AM  8 years agoPost 27
thelane

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me to, me to

I would also like to hear from someone that has it as well. It's a considerable investment. I did read in the manual that you have to oil it frequently... which is no big deal I guess.

JR Vibe 50 and DX7

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03-21-2009 03:37 PM  8 years agoPost 28
BigRagu

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Starter . . .

I own two, bought the first one used, fried the moter, replaced the motor and then the one way locked up.

Bought the newer version from Joe at East Coast (VARIO) and ran it last Summer.

Smoked a motor there too . . .I will change it out to a Brushless as several folks on-line have done.

It's cool, I bought it because of my Arthritis, however I'm not so sure which is a bigger pain! Fixing it or Pull Starting???

BigRagu

"Going up and/or Down"

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03-21-2009 04:00 PM  8 years agoPost 29
johnsalary

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Do you have some idea what Brushless ? Who have it done? Some links please?

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03-25-2009 04:27 AM  8 years agoPost 30
johnsalary

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Bump nobody have idea about the brush less? ?

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03-25-2009 04:50 AM  8 years agoPost 31
Heli 770

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You could use a brushless motor with the same Kv and approximate dimensions but you'll need a ESC and a way to control the rpm.

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03-25-2009 05:06 AM  8 years agoPost 32
BigRagu

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Going Brushless . . .

Two way's to do this:
1) Hobby Lobby make a direct bolt on 480 Brushless Replacement Motor, and you'll need a Brushless Motor controller.
Set your Transmitter switch to >60% and it should switch on & off.

2) Someone just posted he used an Align 3700kV motor and a 30Amp Align speed control, same switching method.

Simple right!

BigRagu2

If in doubt; Call Joe at East Coast and get the VARIO replacement Brushed version for $78 and be done with it.

"Going up and/or Down"

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