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Belt CP Flight #30 - A rare crash #9

Posted 05-08-2009 at 10:24 AM by nasukaren

Took my BCP out last night to try out its settings with my new DX6i and apparently things weren't dialed in perfectly. The bird hit the ground and stripped two of the three cyclic servos. Sigh.... A rare crash for my usually super-stable Belt CP.

Took the occasion to replace the E-sky servos with SG90s / HXT900s.

Before the crash and unrelated to it (but I'll include it in the crash count), my main gear worked itself free of the one-way bearing and was free-wheeling. I replaced that.


Belt CP Crash #9 Damage
2x Stripped E-Sky Servo Gears (cyclics)
1x Main Gear

BCP broken parts running count: 4x Main rotor blade set; 4x Flybar shaft; 5x Main Gear; 3x Feathering shaft (Align style); 3x Feathering shaft (BCP OEM style); 3x Servo Gears; 2x Tail Rotor Front Pulley; 2x BCP OEM Control linkage; 2x Main shaft; 1x Tail boom; 2 x Tail Boom supports; 1x tail rotor main casing; 1x Main rotor control link; 1x Tail blade; 1 x Tail Blade holder
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