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01-22-2016 08:36 PM  33 months agoPost 21
niyot

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The weather has been great, UNTIL THE BLIZZARD that is starting to come down on us now. I plan to do some wrenching this weekend so if ironside does the same, you might just get an update- with pictures.

Hood HeLi : RIP Roman

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01-22-2016 11:22 PM  33 months agoPost 22
Ironside

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U do realize people have lives outside of RC Helicopters. As I stated, I have kids in sports (around the year). Since my posting, I haven't really touched my helicopters. U need to remember there are folks (obviously not you) who don't spend every waking moment waiting for a post on a forum. Next time let's try to stop and think about how real people may be living their lives instead of making dumb a$$ ignorant statements. I thanked GyroFreak for the work he did for me and that's what really matters. If u are that pressed to know how the head button looks on the heli, I will gladly post a picture of it. But as stated, I will post a video when I have a chance. If u never got a reply to your first post (which wasn't being a smart a$$ at all), then u could have very easily hit the email button and I would've gotten back to u. A little kindness can go a long way. Try it sometime

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01-22-2016 11:29 PM  33 months agoPost 23
Noobyflyer

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whatever

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01-22-2016 11:31 PM  33 months agoPost 24
AirWolfRC

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If you get the "community" involved, it's considered courtesy to update the "community". That's a small price to pay for the input.

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01-23-2016 12:00 AM  33 months agoPost 25
Flyin for Jesus

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We have all been guilty of not showing the final result at some time or another. I like to see the finished product... But no need to ride the OP over it. Are you all really that panty wadded over a head button with a hole off center and not getting to see it with a new and improved concentric hole?
I did ask for a video... of the whole heli... I'm piecing together a scale build and would be interested. If I see a video, I see one... If I don't, I don't.

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01-23-2016 02:39 AM  33 months agoPost 26
ICUR1-2

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Too much drone talk....! We need heli talk "Badly" even head buttons will do

spending time, paying attention

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01-23-2016 05:13 AM  33 months agoPost 27
Aaron29

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No harm done if there's delay to the response. But know that wanting feedback is not just about getting you to pat someone on the back. That would actually be pretty petty if you were given a hard time.

Please understand that the push for feedback is for community knowledge and thread value.

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01-23-2016 07:10 AM  33 months agoPost 28
Ironside

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I totally agree that there's nothing wrong with wanting feedback. It helps the community and everyone can benefit from it as I did. However, there's a way of trying to get that information. It's just how he went about it. Some people need to remember not everyone's lives revolve around helicopters and as Flyin for Jesus eluded to, those same people don't always think to update their post. It happens. Anyways just to update the thread, I went outside and got the heli and head button, came back in and put it on the heli, and shot a quick video of it running true and steady. I hopes this helps someone out.

Watch at YouTube

Flyin for Jesus, I don't have a video of it flying right now as I haven't flown in a while. However, here are a few photos I just took. If you need something different, let me know and I will post them tomorrow. I had to make a battery tray up front in order to get the balance right using a 12S setup. It worked out great and balances perfect. I also had to reinforce the side of the fuselage with woodwork because it was vibrating. I will "try" to get in the yard tomorrow once I shovel the sidewalk and have my wife to shoot a quick video for you, but there is something like a foot of snow on the ground right now so I won't make any promises (alibi). I will be home all day tomorrow, so let me know if you need better (more detailed) photos. I can do that.

Finally to everyone else reading this, it's not my personality to come off as a d#$k, but I just found it a little annoying at how some people feel they can just come at you any kind of way. I will admit though it was also a little humorous that this seemingly benign subject drew the hostility it did. I honestly had no clue folks would be that interested in seeing a head button spin around In all sincerity I do appreciate all of those who take the time to help.

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01-23-2016 12:34 PM  33 months agoPost 29
Noobyflyer

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^...and still absolutely clueless. Wow!

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