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Old 02-13-2012, 08:31 PM   #1
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i have a logo 600 and i was wondering if someone could tell me the length of the tail control rod center ball link to center ball link,or post a top view pic of the tail and what 3deg against torque looks like with servo arm at 90,,,,,oh btw this logo is the best heli ive ever flown,tia guys
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Old 02-14-2012, 08:35 AM   #3
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At work, so not in front of any machines at the moment. I will try to take a look tonite if no one can jump in with the exact measurement.

That said, you might find one brand tail servo needs a slightly different length than the next due to where the output shaft is located. I'm running JR8900 and BLS451s in mine and with the ball links inserted all the way into the control rod guide it's usually right on the money. With the servo arm at 90 and looking straight down on the tail then the bell crank should be 90 as well. You can use bracket that the bell crank is mounted as a reference to sight the 90 degree when looking top down.
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