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Projects Just Bought A Alzrc X360

Discussion in 'Helicopters' started by Baz Gascoigne, Jan 25, 2019.

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    any good tips on building it and I'm impressed with it at the minute all the parts look OK 58232_0.jpg
     


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    Just take your time. Clean all threads with IPA and apply threadlock to all bolts going into metal. don't get any threadlock in the bearings. Nice looking kit!
     
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    They are supposed to rotate. The belt rides on them to keep max contact around the tail drive gear (auto gear) and to keep the belt centered down the center of the tail boom. What they are referring to is the threads on the bolt into the holder that it mounts to. Use blue threadlock after cleaning all the threads with IPA.
     
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    they go into plastic so will not need Use blue thread lock i have got them tight I'm going to have to redo them now thanks tony as they wont rotate
     
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    Ah, yea, if they go into plastic, just put them straight in, but definitely clean them with IPA so the plastic has something to grab onto. Should only take about 1/16th of a turn to free up those bearings.
     
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    sorted now everything OK:coffee: now going together really well
     
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    Fantastic. Post up some pictures when you get a chance.
     
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    That is a really good looking helicopter. Might have to put that one on my list to get here soon.
     
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    hope you do I'm very impressed with it love the way the servos go on it. geekbuying-ALZRC-Devil-X360-3D-Flying-RC-Helicopter-Standard-Combo-631818-.jpg
     
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    I have build the ALZRC Devil 450 and other than the head, it was a very good kit. But I have yet to see how they do with the SAB clone. Definitely keep us posted on the progression of the kit.
     
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    I am wondering if AlzRC just cloned the X3. It has a lot of resemblance to the X3 Or is this just another Dominator L clone?

    After looking at other images its defiantly either the X3 or X3L with X3 skids. So tour spare parts will be Gaui not Align.
     
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    For some reason I was thinking SAB, but you are right, that is a Gaui clone. I don't think I have ever seen anyone clone a Gaui lol. Wow, they are going all out on the clone kits. Align, SAB and Gaui. I wonder who is next...
     
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    Yeah it has me a little weirded out but hey if it works. I have a ton of parts that I could liquidate if they wish. All my parts no electrics for a discount. If that is an X3 clone for sure.
     
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    hope it flies like it looks :angel:
     
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    I'm sure it will. Is this kit belt driven or torque tube? You'll enjoy the belt version more.
     
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    belt version
     
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    Yeah that one will be much better. The torque tube version is very picky. At least mine has been. There is a constant ticking noise in the tail drive train that I can never get out. No matter what gears I use new or old the tick is always there. Even on bearing changes. I even dry lubed the gears.
     
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    I've got a little wobble on the main gear not a lot but it's there might cause vibration
     
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