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05-31-2011 07:23 AM  9 years ago
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Aeolus E600, a new design...
Come on, Guys, thanks for your ideas on this new design on E600 tail servo place.
If do like that, the linkage rod will be canceled and control tail well, no drive trouble, also the weight of heli will be lighter...

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05-31-2011 08:17 AM  9 years ago
helihoods

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this could be costly in a crash. i would rather destroy a $8 part than a $175 servo.
we have had no troubles with the tail configeration so far. and the sv nitro has been working great here in australia.
you have a good frame layout the modular design this is the best feature of the heli.
i would say don't mess with the tail set up or move the servo to the rear of the frame were the tail pivot is.
just my thoughts
bill
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05-31-2011 08:21 AM  9 years ago
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Thanks, Bill. AHF will think about it more about this design to release the best one.
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05-31-2011 12:06 PM  9 years ago
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Its nice to see you are trying new things but I personally wont be flying any heli with a servo on the tail.

Stick with what worked with your nitro 50.
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05-31-2011 12:12 PM  9 years ago
Ronald Thomas

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Also putting that much weight at the far rear of the tail boom will cause some CG issues for sure.Team MikadoUSA 480XXTreme, 550SX, 600SX, 700XXTreme, 800XXTreme!!
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06-01-2011 01:20 AM  9 years ago
cmsilvoy

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Not to mention the ungodly long servo cable extension required to literally run from the nose (where I mount the receiver) ALL the way to the tail.

That sucker would surely be severed and damaged during a crash and could become a liability of all sorts....

Chris
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06-01-2011 01:47 AM  9 years ago
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Hi..Thanks so much for your suggestion, AHF will change this design and we will post more info about new E600 on RR.
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06-01-2011 08:07 PM  9 years ago
Sam2b

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Nice cad drawing!
If do like that, the linkage rod will be canceled and control tail well, no drive trouble
What cancellation is needed? The geometry is fine in the stock kit and worked flawlesly for me.
also the weight of heli will be lighter
A small weight reduction vs. greater potential failure & damage. IMO it might be ok if you don't crash, but you better have that servo super secured with wild pirouette maneuvers performed today. The added weight on the tail tip also would increase the potential for the last 10" of the boom stressing the metal and breaking in mid flight.
_Sam B_
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06-10-2011 01:13 PM  8 years ago
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This used to be done many years ago, due to the long servo wire extention it caused a lot of glitching.
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