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03-30-2004 12:56 AM  15 years ago
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RadioRob

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I have had the Hornet II all winter and already have changed things and fixed stuff and tinkered with it
This is what I did. Maby you can use some of my ideas and post some of you own for this post


didn't like all the extra wire


Saw somone elses thought it was cool


That will keep it on this time


No more play


Keeps it from flexing


Less slop

What do you think?

I could use a mod to keep tha canopy on better.


Hornet II
Hummingbird V2
Raptor v2
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03-30-2004 02:05 AM  15 years ago
d12bn

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Why did you solder the tail rotor shaft?
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03-30-2004 02:10 AM  15 years ago
RadioRob

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It kept slipping off. Even after CAing it.
when it caught grass or somthing solid.
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03-30-2004 04:00 AM  15 years ago
pwkpete

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Heres one of mine, I avoid CA if I can:

My CNC CF servo plate:

More pics in my gallery...
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03-31-2004 01:43 PM  15 years ago
Heli88

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Azarr
Either your Azarr antenna is on backwards or mine is!
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03-31-2004 02:30 PM  15 years ago
hornet dave

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Looks nice - the fun thing with the hornets is all the do-it-yourself tidbits that you can play with.

To stiffen up the servo tray, here is a more effective way to do it - the black square would be the main frame, the blue squares are servos, and the thin black piece is the servo mount. This would be looking forward or backward at the heli. The red pieces are gussets.

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03-31-2004 04:49 PM  15 years ago
Baracus

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Heli88 your Azzar must be on backwards because Rob's is correct.

- james
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03-31-2004 08:30 PM  15 years ago
Heli88

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Thanks Baracus...I have to say it works fine the other way too! I get a very good range check.

I am going to see Azarr on Friday in Toledo, I'll confirm that with him. The instructions do not specify wich end to solder it to.
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03-31-2004 09:02 PM  15 years ago
RadioRob

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Hornet Dave
Your idea is better but mine made a big difference also
alot stiffer.
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03-31-2004 09:54 PM  15 years ago
Baracus

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Heli88,
Mine came with some basic instructions, hence the reason I know it should be attached this way.
Let us know if you find any conflicting information, I have never done a range check on mine.

- james
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