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04-02-2009 12:59 AM  10 years ago
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sebcesoir

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too much or not enaugh pitch? (blade CP)
I have a 3 years old blade CP, 370 brushed, flat bottom blades. It had a bunch of crashes and blade changes.

Thing is now it has a bit of troubles to lift, and fly mostly in red light 4in1 (full thrutle, stick up).

Despite my efforts, I have certainly lost the correct initial setup...

My question is: how can I know if I put too much pitch on the blades ( and the engine force too much to lift) or not enaugh pitch (and the blades don't produce enaugh lift) during the setup?

I think my blades are balanced correctly...

thx
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04-03-2009 09:09 PM  10 years ago
GNBR

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Hi I would check your head/swash setup first. Go to this site Bladecprepair.com. It gives a details on how to do it. If everything checks out, and you still have a problem, I would suspect the main motor is going or your battery is getting tired. I had the same problem on my cpp. After replacing head parts, motor, and 3-1, it was the battery.
Gary
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