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450 Alzrc Devil 450 Fbl With Tarot Dfc Shaft (thanks Tony, It Looks Like You Were Right)

Discussion in 'Helicopters' started by Vincent Woudstra, Sep 20, 2019.

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  1. Vincent Woudstra

    Vincent Woudstra Member

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    Although I didn't doubt it, it is still nice to see some proof.
    Unfortunately I have never received the dfc main shaft I ordered, but today I have received the complete tarot dfc head I ordered as a backup.
    I just thought to first only use the shaft since I hear fbl is easier on the servo's in case of a crash. Since I've never flown a real 450 before I do take into consideration the fact that I will probably crash sooner or later. I can always rebuild it to a proper dfc head when I'm more skilled at flying.

    Below are 2 photo's. They are both taken with centered servo's. The first is the original alzrc head with the shaft that came with the kit.
    The second is taken after I have replaced the shaft with the tarot dfc shaft. Although I'm no expert yet, I believe this looks much better.

    Original alzrc devil 450 pro v2 fbl head with centered servo's:
    WIN_20190920_19_43_50_Pro.jpg

    After replacing the main shaft with a tarot dfc shaft:
    WIN_20190920_21_38_58_Pro.jpg

    Now continuing on to setting up the kbar gyro, programming the esc and setting up the head. (O, and note to self: Don't forget to threadlock every screw when you are confident of the setup)
     
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    If you measure the hole spacing, the old shaft will be 8mm longer than the new shaft. Either way, glad you got it working!
     
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