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10-11-2012 04:05 PM  5 years agoPost 21
Carey Shurley

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the servo brace was (as far as I can remember) first widely used on the XCell Fury. As servos improved it became more of an option. You don't see them much now.

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10-11-2012 09:52 PM  5 years agoPost 22
RappyTappy

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Servos are better indeed and increased in speed and power, but the abuse on them compared to yesteryear has gone up big time as well, especially with FBL direct to swash with 5hp+ electric motors powering the rotorhead. I think that a servo brace today could still greatly beneifit a servo of today.

It helps to just make sure the servo is doing exactly what it was meant to do in that it handles rotational loads instead of having to take lateral loads as well. Push pull type setups accomplish that since it gets rid of lateral loads to the servo and I can say underloads I believe I have felt a difference with certain airframes.

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10-11-2012 10:59 PM  5 years agoPost 23
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+1
That's the lowest and longest in one direction I ever saw some one mow the grass. You could hear each blade of grass being cut.

Mabey one day i will actually land one of these things !!

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