I know, strange question, but recently i flew my helicopter into my neighbours 'fancy' conservatory roof(by accident). Since my neighbours are pretty spiteful and out to get anyone. I believe he then stood on my helicopter (so that i could not make the same mistake twice) The pole that supports both propellers is bent to the left. Even as a novice i would think this is a strange place for it to break after hitting a softish roof, thus im assuming my no-fun neighbour used his evil strength to break
Has anyone had any range issues with the DX7s, I recently bought one did a rqange test and it was OK, then flew my heli and it was OK, the second flight transmitter lost contact after around 150mtrs resulting in a crash, I then tried another range test and after 30 paces lost contact with the receiver. I am using a AR7000 DSM2 receiver. Looks like I will have to return it to Horizon Hobby. :-(
Give me a shout if anyone is selling one?
the kit comes with a 10 tooth pinion (6mm)there are 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10 mm screws, so better pay attentionMost M3 screws use about five turns (count to check, whether the length is correct)The length of a button head screw is the thread, excluding the buttonThe length of a countersunk head screw (those with a cone-shaped head and matching pre-drilled holes) are measured including the head, from end to end.The lowest main shaft bearing mount and the front bevel gear mounting
Updated 05-04-2012 at 07:56 PM by GravityKills
Just a quicky, im a newbie with a msr which im pleased to say ive pretty much mastered and have mcpx in my sights. my question being when i watch videos of you pro.s out there i see you all sort of pinch the sticks instead of thumbs on the top,, figuring do what the pro,s do i keep trying the pinch but seem to have no where near the level of control as i do with thumbs,so should i contiue with what seems natural or persivere with pinching to prevent having to break the thuumbs habbit