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11-02-2004 05:50 PM  13 years agoPost 1
SkateFreak

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Hey,
I'm like kinda jst have a little issue with the cyclin on my Rappy 30 V2.
The left cyclic seems to result in a left/forward movment?
Any ideas.
Best regards/
Jvr

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11-02-2004 05:53 PM  13 years agoPost 2
Al Magaloff

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Phasing error somewhere. Pins in headblock bent, or washout not right. Try flipping the washout. Also make sure the bell crank on the side of the frame for the left/right, doesn't interfere with the fore/aft lever.

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11-05-2004 04:59 AM  13 years agoPost 3
Dusty

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Yup... what Al said.

Sounds like something isn't squared up quite right.

Shawn

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11-05-2004 08:05 AM  13 years agoPost 4
Colibri

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Simple check is to put the blades in line with the boom. Now 2 of the inner balls on the swash must also be in line with the boom. If they aren't then you have a mechanical problem.

You could also have changed the phase electronically in your Tx if it supports this.

Does it also happen to the right?
If the RPM is too low phasing may also be off a bit. And lastly it could also be your thumbs.

Tim

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11-05-2004 09:00 AM  13 years agoPost 5
Drunk Monk

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Don't flip the washout if it's a quick uk one as it puts the bolt right under the long link. The link will come off if you use full neg and full left/right or full fore/aft cyclic. Took me 4 crashes to figure out what happened


Stephen

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01-24-2005 03:18 PM  13 years agoPost 6
RotorX

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bump

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01-24-2005 05:46 PM  13 years agoPost 7
SkateFreak

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hmm,
thumbs you say
Nah, problems sorted, thanx 4 the replys...
-jvr

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01-24-2005 05:51 PM  13 years agoPost 8
nappyroots2182

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check to make sure all control rods in head are the same lenght as the opposite side. you can check by using a pitch guage and checking the blade while turning head slowly and seeing if the pitch changes. if it does then you have something not measured right. if you have the heli turned on just spin the blades and see if the swash stays level or moves. that will also tell you. thats that way i was tought

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01-24-2005 05:58 PM  13 years agoPost 9
SkateFreak

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hehe. Indeed.
Good logic there
Must just say, the problems fixed now

I dont reli know what it was but it kinda fixed itself

Thanks for the advice for future referance

But i will take this opertunity to comment on how i havnt bin able to fly for most of this year.... finally get out this afternoon and hail almighty...
snow wasnt to bad... can fly in snow.... but rain an hail!!! *growls*

Not best impressed with the weatherman !!

Oh well... always that little indoor electric thing of my bros, up for takin a little abuse

-Jvr

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