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Old 01-08-2017, 01:56 AM   #1
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Does anyone notice any difference between running the Horizontal stabilizer or without? Wouldn't think it would make to much difference but would be interesting to see people's opinions on it
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Old 01-08-2017, 02:57 AM   #2
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U meant that tiny piece of cf bolted to the boom supports clamp? They are non functional in flight, on a real Heli it is aerofoil shaped and orientated to cause a downward force during fast forward flight.
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U meant that tiny piece of cf bolted to the boom supports clamp? They are non functional in flight, on a real Heli it is aerofoil shaped and orientated to cause a downward force during fast forward flight.
May as well leave it off then, one less thing to break. Why do they inc them?to make it look more scale?
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+1 on previous response. On the Trex helis they are entirely cosmetic, just dead weight.
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