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10-20-2009 03:49 PM  8 years agoPost 1
kineticheli

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I was helping a flying buddy put together his Outrage head over the weekend and noticed that there were three hole to put the ball onto the pitch arm. My question is what difference does it make? It is a T-Rex 600e with 9252 servos. I put them in the middle hole for now. He is waiting on a SK360 to fly.

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10-20-2009 04:39 PM  8 years agoPost 2
Jag72

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South of Boston

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Holes...
The holes are so you can adjust the resolution....

depending on the ratio of the setup you can use whatever hole gives you the best flight characteristics....

I usually just use the middle hole ...set servos at 10-11mm from center on servo arms for that machine ...and I put shorter balls on the center of the swash...going from swash to pitch arms..

But I suppose if you use the stock length inner swash balls you may want to consider using the outermost holes on the arms...

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10-20-2009 08:25 PM  8 years agoPost 3
kineticheli

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Thanks for the reply. I'll leave it alone till we fly this weekend.

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10-23-2009 02:30 AM  8 years agoPost 4
theflyingman2

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I aggree with Jag, the holes are for different resolution. The further out the ball is on the grip the higher gain you will be able to run. Same idea as tail gyro setup. Im running all stock lengths, with the balls in the outer holes on the grip arms. Works like a charm.

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11-04-2009 05:10 PM  8 years agoPost 5
ajo1

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Hi, I have just fitted this head on my Trex600 and have noticed that using the centre hole the blades will be 15mm lower down than the standard Align head, it there a potential problem with the baldes hitting the boom?.Andy.

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11-04-2009 05:36 PM  8 years agoPost 6
Jag72

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No---
you can easily go a full inch lower with no problems

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11-04-2009 05:45 PM  8 years agoPost 7
ajo1

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Thanks for the reply Jag, dose this include full 3d flying.
Andy.

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11-04-2009 05:56 PM  8 years agoPost 8
Jag72

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YES....
I had mine lowered over 1" and fly fairly hard 3d.

never had any issues...if you look around you'll see some guys have lowered their heads SUPER low..(guessing almost 2" and still had no issues...

I think 1" is more than safe though...

at least it was for me

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