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04-24-2011 12:40 AM  7 years agoPost 1

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Manhattan, NY

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In process of rebuilding from a crash last season - haven't looked at it for months and just starting to fix - I remember when building first time, there was some issues with the bearings in the main blade grips - have there been any upgrades/mods. in the last year?

And what range pitch are the 3D guys running?

Haven't seen much noise about the furion 450 - did this Heli ever become popular?

04-24-2011 01:53 AM  7 years agoPost 2

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Rochester, NY

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I haven't had any problems with mine. Just make sure if your going to be flying 3d to much the second washer in the grips. This was discussed a while back. Without it you can run the risk of boom striking with worn dampers, don't ask me how I know I ran 13 degrees of collective pitch on mine. 12 or 13 seems to work well with 3d and 10 degrees is fine for sport flying. I'm in the process of rebuilding mine from the ground up also. I've forgotten how much fun this heli is to fly!


Rob McQuillen

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