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Old 05-16-2019, 08:22 AM   #1030 (permalink)
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Looks like you might have hit the ground upside down there. I did that plenty of time learning to do inverted circuits. Replacing the frame is a pain of a job. I really hate those little screws and the fact that all the electrical connections need to come apart.

I have one heli with the Rakon frame which is easier to work with but I don't like the way the tail boom is held and the bracket breaks easily. I am working on an idea I have where the tail boom is held by two rubber grommets. I have found some that are quite a tight push fit on the tail boom. The object is to mount these in a thin sheet metal bracket so the tail boom is a push in affair with just friction holding it. Also the rubber might be a good vibration isolator. I will post pictures when I can get my camera talking to my computer again.
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