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06-02-2013 11:07 AM  5 years agoPost 1
CastoroilrrNovice - UK - My Posts: All  Forum  Topic

Hi Guys I have a Fun-key Bell 222 60 size Fus which I wish to build but the issue I have at the moment, is as the 60 size has now changed into a 50 size. I am trying to figure out the best choice open to me. That's where you guys I hope can help I am looking for Mechanics that would suit and also Mechanics that I could use a 60 OSmax in as I have two of these that have never seen fuel yet so it would be a shame not to use these.
Looking at the Mechanics that I may be able to use is the Titan X50T Torque Tube Helicopter and extend the drive tube, or the Align T-Rex 600N DFC and extend the drive on it. But at the moment I just don't know can anyone throw any advice into the mix and have any ideas or done it that can help get this bird into the air.

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06-03-2013 11:32 AM  5 years agoPost 2
Heli143

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Phenix City, Alabama

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post your questions in the scale helicopters section below and you will find the help you need.

Best of luck with your build!

Roy Mayoral

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06-03-2013 01:52 PM  5 years agoPost 3
SSMKN2

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I'm not real familiar with the 222 fuse, however, there are many options for overcoming the length of the tailboom on the mechanics vs the fuse. If the 222 has a tail box cover similar to the jet ranger, you can always modify the length of the fuse saving the gear box cover and attaching it in a different way, or cut boom and re glass it. I have modified many MD 500's as well as reinforced the tailboom and installed a tail rotor gearbox into fuse with out the use of the tailboom from the mechanics. Mechanics can also be positioned fore/ aft to compensate for boom length in the fuse. The easiest route would probably be a longer tail boom and belt or drive. The sky is the limit when it comes to scalers. Good luck.

Joel
MD 500D
Bell 206

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06-03-2013 09:53 PM  5 years agoPost 4
Castoroil

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Thanks for the info I had thought of cutting the fus I think I will need about 10cm of the length and then glass the inside and fill and sand the outside. Or splice a drive tube just have never done it before hence the request for advice Think I will order up a Titan tomorrow, and see how it fits and also see if I can get the 60 size motor in.

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