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mCPX BL Main Board Heat Sinks

Posted 09-14-2015 at 06:52 PM by JonJet
Updated 07-11-2017 at 11:25 AM by JonJet

To alleviate the general overheating problems of the 3n1 main board, I've installed heat sinks in a few key locations, front and back of the board using a thermal adhesive...seems to do the trick
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Red Scorpion nCPX

Posted 09-03-2015 at 04:27 AM by JonJet

Horizon Hobby Brushless Upgrade Main Motor - upgraded to use the mCPX style battery
7mm Tail Motor (note that the tail motor is mounted “in reverse” orientation for added cooling)
BL Canopies nCPX “Red Scorpion” nGoblinX Canopy
Lynx FF-R Trex 150 White Bullet Style Main Blades w/red tips provide an exceptional amount of lift and stability
MicroHeli CNC Aluminum Swash Plate - Xtreme DFC Grips & Arms
Cybertronic Hobby’s nCPX Silicone Head Dampener Kit
Blade
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Blue Angels Flight Demo Squad

Posted 08-02-2015 at 01:50 PM by JonJet
Updated 08-07-2015 at 09:14 PM by JonJet

In celebration of the US Navy/USMC Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Squadron visit to the Fargo AirSho on July 25 & 26, 2015...

I offer the following tribute

130X Fat Albert Airlines
Blade 130X FAI Canopy
MicroHeli 130X CNC Gold Swash Plate
Lynx 150mm Bullet Main Blades
Cybertronic Hobby's 130X Silicone O-Ring Kit

mCPX BL Blue Angel 8
BL HeliParts Canopy
MicroHeli Gold DFC Head / Swash
Cybertronic Hobby's mCPX...
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mCPX V1 & V2 Boards

Posted 07-09-2015 at 07:18 PM by JonJet
Updated 07-29-2015 at 03:45 PM by JonJet

The difference between the V1 and V2 boards is easy to spot...

The V1 has a black chip in the lower right corner on the rear (connector) side of the board...

The V2 eliminated that chip

The V1 is preferred for brushless conversions...especially for main motors stronger than the Oversky HP05

The V2 board is fine up to the HP05, but tends to amplify any vibrations present when used with the HP06 or greater

Here's pictures to show the
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Pitch Curve & Pitch Travel

Posted 06-30-2015 at 06:50 AM by JonJet
Updated 07-10-2015 at 07:13 AM by JonJet

Pitch Curve allows a variety of response levels depending on the reaction desired from collective stick movement

A linear pitch curve (0-25-50-75-100) is generally accepted in most cases for Normal and Idle Up Modes

A Hold Mode pitch curve of 0-50-50-50-100 will allow a quick check of pos/neg pitch travel as well as being helpful during setup for zero-pitch without having to be specific on the collective stick

0 = maximum negative collective
100 = max...
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