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12-29-2009 08:13 PM  8 years agoPost 1


Rustenburg, South Africa

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getting the csm carbsmart 2morrow to install on TREX 600, were, what, and hows the best to do it? whitc servo do I use, I`ve got a spare hi-tec hs-56HB`feather?`servo, will that do the job? THANK YOU GUYS!!

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12-29-2009 08:50 PM  8 years agoPost 2
flying buffalo


Darwin, NT, Australia

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Hi, heres some photos of my mounting of the carbsmart and servo. Theres plenty of room if you want to do it. cheers Robert

Yesterday was history...tomorrow is mystery

12-29-2009 10:10 PM  8 years agoPost 3

rrKey Veteran

Anaheim, CA

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flying buffalo,

What is up with that Futaba Glow Heat 1 box on your heli? I've never seen or heard about it. Whaere did you get it? Howm much?

Thanks. -Steve

12-29-2009 11:10 PM  8 years agoPost 4


Mercerville, NJ, USA

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Here's a link:

I made a mistake once, but I was wrong?

12-30-2009 12:08 AM  8 years agoPost 5

rrKey Veteran

Montreal,Quebec , Canada

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You can get a servomount from align for the servo you will be useing on the carbsmart.
If your engine runs well then just stick to the manual and you should be fine.When adjusting the travel, try to get the biggest travel possible , to have the widest range were the carbmsart can work.Be carful glueing the sensor into the Head of your engine, they are sensitive and break easely. I set mine at 110 deg and it works perfect. as far as I can remember I once read that the fan on the t rex 600 cools so well that people sometimes had problems getting the carbsmart to work correct.Reason beeing that people leand out their engines so much trying to get it to work in the given heatrange that the engines had fuelstarvation. But maybe that was with somekind of high output fans, I cannot remember.
I for sure will never fly a nitro without it anymore, best 65 bucks I ever spent and if adjusted correctly you will not have to touch the needle for a whole season and your flighttimes should increase.

Regards Pete

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