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Old 07-04-2005, 09:25 PM   #1
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Hirobo Lama XRB-mine is going a bit sideways, how about you?

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I recently purchased a Hirobo Lama XRB. I'm loving it!

However, I found that when I pull aft cyclic it still goes a bit to the right, with forward cyclic it goes a bit to the left.

After getting a new set of upper and lower blades, balancing them, and going through the whole trim setup it seems to be happening a bit less but it is still happening. I have started to compensate by pulling a bit of lateral cyclic with the forward and back but that shouldn't be, right?

I got feedback from a couple of people, one said it happens on all XRBs and you just get used to it, one who said that he heard it happens on some XRBs but has never seen it himself. He even said that he tried to replicate the problem by messing with balance and trim but could not duplicate it.

What about you? Does your XRB go a bit sideways?

Curious to know how many XRBs this affects.

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