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10-12-2011 04:46 PM  6 years agoPost 1
ttaylor63

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Ok did the TT upgrade on my G-30 & also made it flybarless with a Total G. My tail is wagging some in flight. I started at 67% on gain & am now down to 50% gain on gyro and still have some wagging. I'am thinking its the stock tail rotor assembly. I want to change it out to a 700 tail rotor. Problem is it only fits the Century tail rotor. The tail pitch ball links wont attach to the 700 correctly. It's like there not compatible. When i had the belt drive on i used the 700 tail rotor assembly as well. It was alot smoother than stock... Any ideas on way to make work.

Century redsigned the whole pitch slider. Looks like a copy of the Rave poth slider but smaller...

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11-27-2011 04:48 AM  6 years agoPost 2
Betofazzo

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Hello, i think you have vibrations problems, so i dont suggest to change the tail... get everything balanced (on the head) even your carbons main and tail blades, try to put some green (kyosho gel) or blue Align silicon foam for isolate the flybarless unit of the heli frame... once your motor is fully broke the vibrations down a lot..
Low your throtle curves because flybarless speed up your rotor... check your blade traking and test one change at a time...have fun fly safe...

Finally I have a Turbine heli.. :) Mobb Powercat !!

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