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Old 02-09-2014, 10:07 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Code3Medic View Post
Make double sure you have all the thrust bearing parts installed properly.

Personally I have flown often with somewhat notchy grips (easily move with one finger of pressure in the grip arm), but it should be pretty smooth when it is a fresh build.

The way I see it, it is a dynamic system with a lot of outward pressure. Also consider how hard the servos have to work to maintain AoA of the blades compared to some light notchyness in the grips.

Disclaimer: I am not a perfectionist.
Thanks. When I built my Rush 750, the grips were quite tight until after I had spun it up once. I thought maybe these were similar. I managed to get the grips upside down while watching Paul and Ringo play so I get to pull them apart anyhow. I did the first side right but must have flipped it prior to installing the second one. I hate when I do that.

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