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02-07-2008 05:35 AM  10 years agoPost 1
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Ok I don't know if this has been posted before but I have found the dampers to soft on my t-rex 450 xl.
To soft for aerobatics and a tendancy for the heli to snap up in fast fwd flight.
So I cut two peices of fuel tubing ( which is a perfect fit over the spindle) at the same length as the two dampers inside the head .....and ohhh boy is she rigid now.
First flights where given a little more expo but in general it flew like it was on rails!

Don't have the SE so not sure this would work on that model but I would recommed this ...Unless there are some other thoughts on the matter.

Anyone else tried this??

Darren

helis are like cheese .......they get better with time

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