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10-29-2006 11:10 PM  12 years agoPost 1
caseyjholmes

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the new alu front tail pulley with tail gear is slipping on my 600. Any ideas how to get rid of it? Shoud I drill through the gear into the shaft and install a pin?
I can tell it's the pulley shaft. Tail isn't holding as good as it used to, the it's an "aluminum screeching" sound. I flew two batteries to see if I could get it to fail, but it won't. It will only slip and screech I'll have to fix it somehow. To be updated..

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10-29-2006 11:12 PM  12 years agoPost 2
blackkat98

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Use some "pinion glue" on it like you use on your motor pinion. It won't slip then!

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10-29-2006 11:14 PM  12 years agoPost 3
caseyjholmes

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I'll fix it. I was just suprised at first The screeching was pretty loud. I'd be happier with a pin through the pulley AND the shaft. I like to bang the sticks pretty good, and don't want it slipping..

Just a warning to everyone, make sure that alu pully wont slip before you install it

I Didn't seem to the like flybar seesaw arms on the inner flybar seesaw hole either. It slowed cyclic down alot! I had to also decrease my cyclic rates by 25% to prevent from binding. The outter holes on the seesaw arm are way better, IMO. Moving them in was like putting weights on the flybar

I think the manual on page 5 is backwards. The better setting for 3D, which is more nimble, is the outter hole on the seesaw for the seesaw arms (to me)

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10-30-2006 12:35 AM  12 years agoPost 4
caseyjholmes

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Drilled a hole through the pulley into the shaft and out the other side.
Just need to debur the hole and slip a shaft in there with some loctite.
Problem solved.

don't forget your safetly goggles. These tiny drill bits can break easy when drilling through the steel shaft in the middle.

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10-30-2006 12:48 AM  12 years agoPost 5
rtp70

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Nice job Casey.

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10-30-2006 01:39 AM  12 years agoPost 6
caseyjholmes

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Ta Da!
Steel shaft with loctite in place.

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10-30-2006 01:40 AM  12 years agoPost 7
nojohnny101

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hey
how do you "de-burr" a hole??

Thanks
~Will~

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10-30-2006 02:59 AM  12 years agoPost 8
caseyjholmes

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just remove any "flashing" or strayed metal shavings and aluminum hanging off the hole, so the belt won't get cut or shred.

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