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Goblin 380 Build Log

The Goblin is finally back on the bench! And this time, we are programming the Ikon 2 gyro! The Ikon is one of the easiest gyros to setup for just basic flying, which is what I show in this video. You all have seen me use the pitch gauge, you have seen me use the slider on the tail to set end points, so in this video, I skip over that. But if you would like to see it, let me know and I will make it happen. I could not find a kit that wasn't way over priced. Cyclic Servos - ALZRC Devil...
Installing a canopy is simple, right? WRONG! Not when you move up to a Goblin. The canopy shipps with a 2mm hole already drilled into the canopy. It is up to YOU to ream that hole out to fit the 10mm (1CM for those in america lol) so that you can fit the grommets in it. Yea, I will not be doing this again. Want to know why, just watch the video. Oh, and I put the main and tail blades on as well. So there's that lol. Want to help out Rc-Help FOR FREE? Change your Amazon bookmark to the...
It's time to add some color to this SAB Goblin 380 Helicopter! We are going to put the tail onto the frame, but not before we install the tail block onto the tail boom. I also show you how to easily install the backing blocks and get the holes lined up so you are not banging your head against the wall when they are misaligned. I also show you how I adjust the tail belt tension. After I fly it once or twice, I will be readjusting the belt since they are going to stretch just slightly. Stay...
The tail is one of the key features of the SAB Goblin Helicopter. No torque tubes here, we are running a belt on this little guy. And here is where I encounter my first issue with this kit! In this video, I show you exactly how to assemble the rear tail block including putting together the tail blade grips with the thrust bearings, put all of it onto the tail shaft and spindle and put the vertical tail fin on. Want to help out Rc-Help FOR FREE? Change your Amazon bookmark to the link below...
The head on the Goblin 380 does come preassembled, but you MUST take it apart, clean all of the oil off of it and thread lock everything in place. If you are running high head speed or flying 3D, you will want to put the shims in the head which are NOT installed but are included. In this video, I will show you how to completely take the head apart, clean everything up, thread lock everything and finally get the head mounted to the main shaft and install the top plate assembly into the...
The frame of the Goblin 380 has to be one of the most simple designs I have ever put together. Pair that with the simplicity of putting the mainshaft together and the gears, and this is one of the easiest helicopters to build! In this video, we put the frame together to the lower plate, install the battery release and fit the main shaft into the mainshaft holder in the top plate and get it shimmed up. From there, we stick on the gears and shim them up and we are done with part 2. If you...
It Has Begun!!! The build of the Goblin 380 has begun. For those that do not know, this helicopter was donated to Rc-Help by Syndicate on YouTube. I have tried to get him to sign up on here, but at this time, he has not done so yet. I'm still trying lol. This helicopter is being built by the members of Rc-Help and we have 6 people who have supported this build, not including myself. This build is split up into parts to reflect each segment of the build per the manual. In this video, I...
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