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01-11-2015 05:07 AM  3 years agoPost 1
stonegate

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After setup every things like in the manual show (align 700e)set heli on table power on ,push throttle stick all the way up and let it there while turns cyclic stick (aileron )clock wire continuously ,maximum to the wall of transmitter,the heli main blades also turn the same direction with cyclic stick ,is it normal or somewhere else need to adjust it .
Thank you .

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01-11-2015 07:32 AM  3 years agoPost 2
chickens2252

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No that's normal as long as you can stop anywhere and still turn the rotor head while holding the cyclic or the revers. Be careful how you hold the head as the blades will be constantly changing pitch.

Tighten it tell it loosens then back it off a quarter

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01-11-2015 05:21 PM  3 years agoPost 3
Dr.Ben

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No need to start another thread with the same title. Just use your other one.

Ben Minor

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01-11-2015 06:05 PM  3 years agoPost 4
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After setup every things like in the manual show (align 700e)set heli on table power on ,push throttle stick all the way up and let it there while turns cyclic stick (aileron )clock wire continuously ,maximum to the wall of transmitter,the heli main blades also turn the same direction with cyclic stick ,is it normal or somewhere else need to adjust it .
I'm sorry, but I don't understand what you just said.

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01-11-2015 06:06 PM  3 years agoPost 5
stonegate

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No need to start another thread with the same title. Just use your other one.
Ben Minor

Ben ,would you please tell me a little bit more (another thread with the same title )what does that mean ?
thank you.

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01-11-2015 06:28 PM  3 years agoPost 6
stonegate

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I am sorry let me rewrite the question hopefully this gentleman (rcflyerheli) will understand .
after turned on tx ,heli I push throttle stick all the way up and I also turn the cyclic stick ( aileron stick )turn round direction as clockwire ,the main blades of heli also turn the same direction as I command the cyclic stick .
hopefully you will understand what am I talking about this time.

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01-11-2015 07:44 PM  3 years agoPost 7
rcflyerheli

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OK, I understand about turning on the TX, and I assume powering the heli receiver, but where I am losing it is what you are trying to do.

The general direction of current helis is clockwise rotation of the main blades, but that doesn't have anything to do with turning the cyclic stick.

I just can't follow what you want to accomplish.

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01-11-2015 09:08 PM  3 years agoPost 8
Aaron29

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Gentlemen !!!!!!
What??!?!??!!?

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01-11-2015 10:16 PM  3 years agoPost 9
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Bump

I literally never use the word literally right.

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01-11-2015 10:20 PM  3 years agoPost 10
McKrackin

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Sorry for the bump but my OCD had to get the first four threads in the right order.lol....

I literally never use the word literally right.

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01-12-2015 12:12 AM  3 years agoPost 11
Aaron29

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Aweseome thread title!

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01-12-2015 02:12 AM  3 years agoPost 12
ICUR1-2

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I think I understood.
he can rotate the head by using the TX sticks.
so there is a fair amount of binding happening

lower your cyclic rate and or decrease your pitch as well

10* of cyclic and 12* of pitch should more than enough

make sure no clicking sound as head is rotated by hand with sticks at max input

should rotate easily with out binding

spending time, paying attention

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01-12-2015 02:58 AM  3 years agoPost 13
stonegate

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the same question as show above :I mean move the aileron stick circle as clock wire direction ,do the main blades also turning or they stay still (not moving or turning ).

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01-12-2015 03:00 AM  3 years agoPost 14
ICUR1-2

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yes they can move and will move in same direction as stick

however checking to be sure head is not stuck in place by hand

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01-12-2015 04:40 AM  3 years agoPost 15
cat5

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lol I kinda lost too! You trying to check for binding or what? It doesn't matter if the blades move as long that your cyclic and collective swash directions move correctly with the sticks. Other than that, you might want to go maximum pitch and cylic then spin the head (without blades) to make sure it can spin around freely.

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01-12-2015 05:09 AM  3 years agoPost 16
ICUR1-2

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all my helis bind a little bit at the max stick input, but then I never fly hard enough to hit the max cyclic and collective at same time and rarely does anyone else

spending time, paying attention

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01-12-2015 05:16 AM  3 years agoPost 17
stonegate

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no Sir ,I am not checking for binding and she does not has any binding at all ,but one of my friend actually scare me out ,he says if I move aileron stick circle as clock wire or counter clock wire ,the main blades should not moving or turning at all,( not saying change pitch here ) Other word they (main blades )stay dead in place.

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01-12-2015 05:22 AM  3 years agoPost 18
ICUR1-2

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all 5 of mine will rotate with the transmitter sticks at the extremes.
Align 250 450 500 600 & Protos 500

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01-12-2015 05:51 AM  3 years agoPost 19
McKrackin

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Perfectly normal.
All my helis will turn the head with both sticks at 100%

Like posted earlier....it's not really binding and having both sticks pegged almost never happens.
The simple fact that the head is turning points out that there is no binding in the swash.
What makes it turn is the swash pushing up and forward on the blade grips.
When you stir the cyclic,the swash isn't turning...it's tilting and if the head is turning,that means the main shaft is turning very freely inside the swash.
The only binding would be in the grip links and you'd need 25-30 degrees of pitch to bind there.

All this means is you're not wasting any of your travel.

I literally never use the word literally right.

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01-12-2015 05:03 PM  3 years agoPost 20
stonegate

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gentlemen again thank you very much .
I like the way you explain for me Sir :Perfectly normal.
All my helis will turn the head with both sticks at 100%
Like posted earlier....it's not really binding and having both sticks pegged almost never happens.
The simple fact that the head is turning points out that there is no binding in the swash.
What makes it turn is the swash pushing up and forward on the blade grips.
When you stir the cyclic,the swash isn't turning...it's tilting and if the head is turning,that means the main shaft is turning very freely inside the swash.
The only binding would be in the grip links and you'd need 25-30 degrees of pitch to bind there.
All this means is you're not wasting any of your trave

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