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Old 10-08-2010, 08:13 AM   #11
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Re: caught the tail.....

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Originally Posted by sly the dogman View Post
Yo, what's a 'pron'
DONT google it..... (unless you are over 18]

Some nations that feel the need to play internet big brother have had "the other word" blacklisted from any search engine or website. So the users of those nations came up with a dyslexic spelling to get around the blacklist... pron is what they came up with....

But never mind that! How is the heli? is it fixed yet?
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Old 10-08-2010, 11:12 AM   #12
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Re: caught the tail.....

Yea, its fixed,
there was a ball link underneath the tail case that wasn't
set properly, which caused a slight drift to the left,
making it a bit difficult to set gain. Changed the Pentium
controller for an Align 35A, now the current flows evenly
to the motor. The heli was always loosing altitude, I was
flying a roller-coaster, making it almost impossible to keep
a straight heading.
And when I changed the feathering shaftI installed the
blade-grip bushing the wrong way (outside in) DA!!
Good thing a have a bit of sim-time under my fingers, right ?
I'm now looking at the Align BL450M, don't really trust the Turnigy
2215 anymore, I changed nearly every thing else.
It never flew as good as it does now, and the season's over.
Might be able to get a tennis court, 1hr on saturdays
(I know, don't forget to take off the net, yea, yea !!!)
I much prefer paddles, don't you know

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