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Old 04-05-2017, 09:24 AM   #19 (permalink)
Mapoff
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I did that. That does get you close but only for static tracking. I do aerial video so I want it as close as possible. I've noticed that it will be close when I do that but once in the air it's noticeable. I use turnbuckles and would just adjust one blade tiny 1/8 turns at a time on just one marked blade. Once I get the tritail on where I can actually fly it I'll do more testing.
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