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04-24-2009 04:58 AM  9 years agoPost 21
thenewguy

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Corvallis, Oregon Where there is liquid sunshine!

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Where can you find a V-bar in stock?

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04-24-2009 09:59 AM  9 years agoPost 22
bathmagic

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Berwick,Victoria, Australia

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FBL
Chuckie

I knew i should have left the sensor up the front !

I had it mounted there and then thought mmmm no i will put it back where its ment to go and try the zeal tape as a start point

From what i have read about the 4.0 version and the algorythms etc etc, i beleive it will work better on a Nitro machine and the vibrations etc

Im useing a YS91SR, hopefully thats as smooth as my other YS motors

If the weathers good this weekend i will do some flights and see how it goes and then charge the pack and see how many MAH it uses, along with timeing the flights to get a better idea.

I will let you know and load some pics of it when its done

Thanks again for your help

"im sure there will be more needed"

Dale

ENV - Still laying it down !….Ohhh yeh !!!

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04-24-2009 01:03 PM  9 years agoPost 23
Chuckie

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Crofton Maryland

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No problem let us know how it goes. I'm sure many are interested in hearing your first flight impressions with the v4.0.

I would also suggest you activate the tail optimize box under expert menu in the tail settings section. With both cyclic and tail optimizer on you will notice over a few flights how the vbar 4.0 adapts to your heli and fine tunes its self. When doing tic tocks the rotor disk may show signs of shaking or the boom will bounce a few extra times. These should go away after the optimizer does its thing. Also for the tail do a lot of right and left pros. The response will change a little as the tail optimizer adjusts. The vbar sensor location and gyro tape used will be factored into the optimized settings. It should all work out good in the end.

Charles

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04-24-2009 01:07 PM  9 years agoPost 24
bathmagic

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Berwick,Victoria, Australia

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FBL
Chuckie

That sounds orsum !

I had read some points on the 4.0 and figured that is how it will work

I cant wait

Dale

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04-28-2009 01:19 AM  9 years agoPost 25
thenewguy

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Corvallis, Oregon Where there is liquid sunshine!

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I just ordered my V-bar from Ready heli, can't wait for it to get here. I'll order the head in a month or 2.

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05-03-2009 09:19 AM  9 years agoPost 26
bathmagic

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Berwick,Victoria, Australia

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Flybarless
UPDATE

We had a fun fly on over the weekend and i managed to get 7 flights on the machine

WOW !!!

This has to be the smoothest machine i have flown to date.

The tail held fine with no drift, which is good news as i was thinking being a nitro it would vibrate and upset the gyros.

The cyclics are just so smoot and balanced more than on my logo actually its amazingly good.

All this on an old version of Vstabi and a "guess" on the set up which has been spot on so far

I beleive a few guys got some more video of it so i will try to get a copy and post it here soon

Dale

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05-10-2009 10:59 PM  9 years agoPost 27
Harts

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Victoria, Australia

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I second this, the thing flew like it was on rails!! even during moves that were turning the heli inside out it held up better then anything else. I have never seen a heli fly so smooth but be very agile, except for a logo of course. Will be doing mine soon for sure.

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05-12-2009 10:35 PM  9 years agoPost 28
twinpeak

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Prague, Czech Republic

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FBL - Hyper parts
Hi,
I opened a thread over at the FBL section a couple of days ago.
Just for inspiration: If you have the Hyper-uprades (grips, lever) you can do the mechanical part of the conversion at 0 costs.
David

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