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02-10-2008 05:51 AM  10 years agoPost 1
On the Skids

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I was wondering about the vibraion factor on a Helicommand from a Gasser?

Most of the threads I've read pertain to HC on electrics; a low vibration platform. But what about gassers? Even a balanced Hanson puts out vibration. What happens to the gyros on HC? Is it recommended for gassers?

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02-10-2008 06:05 AM  10 years agoPost 2
rroback

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I can't speak for the other units, but I know the profi is designed to work with any helicopter design, and has built in vibration support in the unit. If you want more info, pm me.

Rhett..... I can't fly, but the Profi sure can.

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02-10-2008 10:01 AM  10 years agoPost 3
Paul_Atreides

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I have a Helicommmand unit on my gasser and I don't have any issues with it.

P.

I'm not driving fast, I'm flying low...

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02-11-2008 04:18 AM  10 years agoPost 4
PhotoHigher

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I am using my Helicommand Ridgid on my Robbe Cuatro with zenoha 231 and it works really well. I am very happy with the stabilisation, i have not used the position hold as i have no use for it. I had to do a job the other day and it was very very windy and it was amaising at how well the Helicommand helped me keep the helie stable, i wanted to see the difference with and without helicommand and boy was it scary without the helicommand.

You will not have any problems, however you still need your machine to be well balanced ets for aerial photography and film.
, so you should not have too much vibration other than that of the motor.

When mounting the helicommand make sure it is well isolated from any high frequencey vibrations by useing the steel plate and foam pads as described in the instalation instructions.

Hope this helps,
Kimberley Attwell

Kimberley Attwell - Photo Higher

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02-11-2008 04:55 AM  10 years agoPost 5
iedit4tv

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Thanks to all that have replied. I'll go ahead and install HC on my gasser.

Thanks again!

Cut - Print - It's a wrap!

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