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07-03-2014 03:26 PM  6 years ago
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rocket_33

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Mount Pleasant, Michigan USA

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Forza 450 Question
Are their optional shims available to use in the main rotor head? I ask this because after some pretty hard flying I notice a bit of slop in the head in the direction as if the cross shaft bolts were loose (they are not, have checked them). It seems as if everything has taken a set and now I have probably 0.002 or so movement.

Has anyone else had this? Have to say it is an amazing helicopter and is it FAST!!! Especially having upgraded to the Scorpion motor
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07-28-2014 01:26 PM  6 years ago
Richardmid1

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I had this also, it doesn't seem to cause any problems though. What I did was to shorten the shaft by around 0.25mm using a lathe but it could also be done on a sanding wheel or grinding wheel.60% of the time, it works every time!
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02-07-2015 09:25 AM  5 years ago
iflymatt

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I noticed the same thing on my heli. I've shortened spindles on smaller machines but haven't tried it on the forza yet.

Let us know if you find any shims that work.
I love flying, I hate gravity.
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