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Old 05-12-2013, 08:41 PM   #758 (permalink)
FailureToFly
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Hemp is 100% right.

This is the only way to get your heli setup correctly first go.

I have never had even a single blade tracking issue on any FBL bird...why?

I get zero pitch on both blades during setup using an RClogger...any system even an iPhone or Galaxy etc would work fine.

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If you zero both blades at mid-stick using a pitch gauge (I use an analog gauge and my iPhone with the DigiPitch app) .. you'll never have blades not tracking and (IMO) it's a lot easier and more accurate than eyeballing it.
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