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02-08-2008 02:32 PM  11 years ago
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Long Nguyen

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Flybar has some play...
On my Synergy the flybar has now developed a noticeable slop. I can see the problem is that the washout base block does not fit perfectly on the mainshaft and the lever arms got some slop at the links to the swash plate. Using hyperlevers will solve the problem? Or do I have to get a new washout base?
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02-08-2008 02:55 PM  11 years ago
wore-out-pilot

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I don't know when you got your kit but if you received the lastest it should have had this update. If not you will have to update yourself I guess. I have updated mine.

Tuesday, 17 July 2007
Addendum 0.3 to N9 User’s Manual

From kit S/N 8690313 onwards,

1. P/N 200-120 Main Rotorhead Assembly now features dual bearing support for the seesaw pivot.

Parts changes as follows:

P/N AFFECTED
WAS
IS

200-120
100-406 x 2
101-410 x 2

Screw, Button head, M4x10

Nil
109-461 x 2

Spacer, 4x6x1.5

Nil
108-483 x 2

Bearing, 4x8x3

Nil (optional
106-401 x 2

Shim, 4mm

Special instructions:

In case the rotorhead assembly has to be serviced and reassembled, following instructions on the user’s manual, add P/N 109-461 and then 108-483 outside of each P/N 108-484 flanged bearing and tighten with P/N 101-410. Seat P/N 108-483 properly and all the way into the recess before tightening P/N 108-410. DO NOT FORCE P/N 108-483 INTO RECESS BY TIGHTENING P/N 108-410. If 101-410 touches the head block, add 106-401.

Click here for the updated manual page A18

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 July 2007 )
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02-08-2008 02:55 PM  11 years ago
Bart B

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You don't have Hyperlevers? SHAME ON YOU!!
Will most definitely remove some slop issues you're having.
Also the bearing mod that Wore out mentions,all mine have that easy mod.
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02-08-2008 02:58 PM  11 years ago
Long Nguyen

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wore-out-pilot: Thanks for your info but I did upgrade mine to dual bearing seesaw.

As far as I can see the problem is at the washout unit.

Bart B: I'm thinking about the hyperlevers. They look hot and as you said they would solve the problem. Thanks!
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02-08-2008 05:28 PM  11 years ago
j5coat

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i bought the hyper levers and they did not get rid of the slop in the washout, granted there is very little. But they are a nice upgrade to the heli.Trex 700, Trex 600n
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02-08-2008 06:47 PM  11 years ago
wore-out-pilot

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I have Hyper levers also but the dual bearing fix all of mine. If you find the fix for yours please pass the information along.MAKE-IT-HOT They call me aka the hammer
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02-08-2008 08:58 PM  11 years ago
RyanW

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If the slop is between the brass inner lining of the washout and the mainshaft or the pins going into the head black then no, the Hyperlevers won't get rid of that. They will however take out the slack from the stock levers and 'pork chops' after they have been well worn. A very worth while option in my opinion. I noticed quite a difference right off the bat.

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