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Making all size Night Blades

Posted 09-26-2012 at 12:11 AM by Timtreo
Updated 09-29-2012 at 12:59 AM by Timtreo

Making all heli night blade sizes from 250 up (working on perfecting 130X and possibly McpX)

I have on hand most times a selection of carbon fiber and fiberglass blades.
I use -
- brand new 1 cell lipos (70mAh up to 250mAh) on each blade and test them and then put back on a storage charge before shipping.
- Switches on each blade to conserve battery power between flights.
- Charge connectors on each blade and I include a parallel charge lead to charge both...
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BlHeli Setup 7.0.0.1 BETA

Posted 09-23-2012 at 04:26 PM by 4712
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BlHeli Setup 7.0 BETA

Posted 09-21-2012 at 06:09 AM by 4712
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Heli-Log 9:17:2012

Posted 09-17-2012 at 12:59 PM by rcnut
Updated 09-24-2012 at 08:32 AM by rcnut

Well yesterday wasn't all that exciting… I Met Bob at a restaurant for breakfast, then we headed out to our practice field. The winds started to pickup and made the rest of the day not as enjoyable.

Bob talked to me about adjusting his Blade 3D Pro for more performance on Saturday night. So the next day, I readjusted his setting in his radio. I took out all the dual rate settings, left a little Expo to soften the center, increased the collective, aileron, and elevator controls...
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Heli-Log 9:16:12

Posted 09-16-2012 at 08:20 AM by rcnut

Saturday was a beautiful day to fly! The temperature was 81 degrees and the wind were 5-10 mph. Bob and I meet at my house to solder on some dean connectors on 3 batteries he bought from John. Then we headed to out our practice spot to get some serious flying in. John Cook and Eric Brandenburg meet us there and the flying was off the hook!

Eric had rebuilt his 7HV that he flew in the XFC. A couple of adjustments and his heli was flying great. John was having a blast with his 7HV and...
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