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Building

There are a number of things that you need to pay close attention to when building a clone helicopter. You MUST check every bolt and nut on the helicopter to make sure it's tight. You MUST put thread lock on every bolt going into metal. And if you are running a TT tail, you MUST replace the tail gears with Align! In this video I show the process that I go through when building a clone helicopter. What I order right off the bat, what I replace and how I get the head and tail as smooth as...
Building a “Not So cheap†Helicopter I am sure that you have read our “Cheapest helicopter buildâ€, and you say to yourself “I don’t want a cheap helicopter, but I don’t want to spend $500 eitherâ€. That is exactly what this article is all about. I know that I would never purchase the cheap helicopter that I intended to keep for a while. I would rather spend a little extra now, and be happy for quite a while. Well I can tell you now, anything with a plastic grip is a cheap...
Hey everyone. I thought that I would make up a list of everything that someone would need to get into the great hobby of flying R/C Helicopters. Electric, or Battery powered is far easier than nitro. With a nitro helicopter, the ambient temperature has very little effect on how it runs. But, Humidity will cause it to run way rich, or way lean. I have seen a motor go from running in a race lean condition, a front blows through, and it's running pig rich. It's a headache to learn how to do the...
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