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04-01-2009 11:00 AM  10 years ago
gouki

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thanks for the pics loctite! the 90sg sure looks great!
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04-01-2009 11:34 AM  10 years ago
mdu6

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Just a quick observation on Locktite's 90SG setup

Are you sure mounting one of the antenna on a servo is a good idea ?
I've seen gyros for example (CY-solidG) do weird stuff when mounted directly on a servo.

Same thing for that long wire to the second rear mounted antenna. It is quite long and runs parallel to a lot of mechanical moving parts (clutch etc).

You might have use a similar setup with good results ... it's just something I would not have done 'naturaly'
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04-01-2009 11:56 AM  10 years ago
Gorgin4325

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Hi guys,

Here is how I will mount my electronics... Everything is temporarily mounted, but not done yet. The Multigov Pro will fit perfectly under the SG Reactor X and I tested it and its not that hard to plug the screen in...

Hopefully I'll finish it up tonight...

Regards,
G
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04-01-2009 11:58 AM  10 years ago
Cheech91060

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There is no denying that is a sharp looking heli.
Expecting a video of your maiden posted tomorrow
Frank
HBFP, Trex 450, Vibe 50
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04-01-2009 02:43 PM  10 years ago
Locktite

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Just a quick observation on Locktite's 90SG setup

Are you sure mounting one of the antenna on a servo is a good idea ?
I've seen gyros for example (CY-solidG) do weird stuff when mounted directly on a servo.

Same thing for that long wire to the second rear mounted antenna. It is quite long and runs parallel to a lot of mechanical moving parts (clutch etc).

You might have use a similar setup with good results ... it's just something I would not have done 'naturaly'
mdu6, the Vibe 90SG I posted pics of is not my heli..I took the pictures for a friend and posted them up..The wiring has worked for him but like you said everyone has their way and I too would have wired it up differently..He has had no issues and everything works just fine...
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04-01-2009 07:56 PM  10 years ago
johnnie eagle

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[quote]Just a quick observation on Locktite's 90SG setup

Are you sure mounting one of the antenna on a servo is a good idea ?
I've seen gyros for example (CY-solidG) do weird stuff when mounted directly on a servo.

Same thing for that long wire to the second rear mounted antenna. It is quite long and runs parallel to a lot of mechanical moving parts (clutch etc).

You might have use a similar setup with good results ... it's just something I would not have done 'naturaly'
mdu6, the Vibe 90SG I posted pics of is not my heli..I took the pictures for a friend and posted them up..The wiring has worked for him but like you said everyone has their way and I too would have wired it up differently..He has had no issues and everything works just fine...

Did you guys see the third antenna ? Thats a 14 channel reciever and it has three antenna. One short, one medium and one long. It is manditory that all three are used or it won't work. There really isn't anyplace to mount it so it has to pass that way to get to that spot. I am also using a JR 4300 battery which cannot go any further because the canopy hits it. This thing was a bitch to wire because of those things.
Team Minicopter - Peak Aircraft, Team Kontronik USA
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04-01-2009 08:00 PM  10 years ago
joec

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Locktite.... is that the way the canopy comes in the box? Or are those decals that are applied?

The pics of Scotts canopy has many more of the accents.
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04-01-2009 08:45 PM  10 years ago
maxw

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the vibe 90sg has alot more decals to go on it
there is only half on there
this is what the finished heli looks like with all the decals

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04-01-2009 10:30 PM  10 years ago
johnnie eagle

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[quote]Locktite.... is that the way the canopy comes in the box? Or are those decals that are applied?

The pics of Scotts canopy has many more of the accents.

The heli kit comes with alot of decals and it looks just like Scotts
when you apply all of them. I only threw them on temporarily till I get a chance to paint the canopy. i wanted something to see as a reference.
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05-04-2009 04:13 AM  10 years ago
joe84

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Thats a beautiful bird, but I guess she should be for the ticket LOL
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05-05-2009 07:10 PM  10 years ago
Gorgin4325

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Here are some pics...

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