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05-25-2007 04:29 AM  13 years ago
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booserb

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main rotor holder
help I'm having problems with my main rotor holder I recently bought a 450 revolution. I was trimming my bird & lost it. now my main rotor holder will not hold pitch it rolls forward or backwards with ease can it be tighten or adjusted
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05-26-2007 01:14 AM  13 years ago
garaptor

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Whats a main rotor holder?
Hate to see no responce to a call for help, but What is a main rotor holder? Is that an electric term? You said you were trimming and "lost it". Did you tip it over with lots of moving parts moving very fast and hit the ground?( Not trying to be smart, I smash moving parts against the ground all the time)
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05-26-2007 06:14 AM  13 years ago
booserb

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if you go to http://www.xheli.com on the home page you will see parts for trex the first part you will see click on it an you will see they sell that part under the name main rotor holder if you know another name feel free to enlighten me after all I'M just a new guy trying to learn the craft an as far as the other thing go I must have hit something pretty hard when you move your blades they don't return to their original position.
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05-26-2007 06:36 AM  13 years ago
Dennisu

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booserb

Those are properly called main rotor blade grips. They in themselves have no resistance to movement and are held in place and are moved by the control linkages. If they flop around then you have lost your connection to the flybar/bellhiller mechanism and your connection to the swashplate. Check the linkages (control rods) and the pivot on the flybar and anything else that leads from the swash to the head and also check the linkages from the servos to the swash to make sure that they are all connected. Picture of the linkages would help to diagnose problem.
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05-27-2007 03:27 AM  13 years ago
booserb

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I would like to take this time to thank you for your time and your help. I SEARCH the enter net & I found an article on lineages an swash plate adjustment. she seems to be working fine ma by some tweaking but all & all she can fly now. thank you once again
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