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Goblin Build Pt 2 Frame, Top Plate, Main & Tail Drive Gear Installation #keeprchelisalive

  1. Tony
    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.

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  1. Smoggie
    Nice video Tony. The 380 looks like a very well thought out design.
    1. Tony
      I have no idea why it moderated your comment... I will be watching that. And yes, this kit was very well thought out and is the easiest kit I have ever put together.