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Old 06-03-2013, 12:46 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Just my opinion but I would stay away from DFC on this, or any heli. Might work out ok for a while but it will put extra forces on your swash imho. Make sure you check the swash for play once in a while.

There are numerous threads on the plus/minus of DFC head versus conventional swashdriver fbl heads. Do a bit of searching and come to your own opinion(s).

The latest SAB/Goblin helis do not come with a dfc head anymore and all their pro pilots are now running conventional swashdrivers (HPS) on their other heli's. Maybe a clue there?

Keep the dampening rigid and the hs as high as possible and you should be fine with dfc imho.

In the meantime, I'm loving my TT X50e fbl heli!

Blade nQX,mCPX-BL,450x,500x Bell 222(bd3sx),550x(bd3sx)
TT X50E, 10s, bd3sx
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