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Old 02-18-2010, 06:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Default Stuffed my TDR rebuild with new head parts?

Hi,
flown around 15 flights but i
Stuffed my TDR on the first flight this year.

head and tail damage. I read on the other forum that Jan had redesigned the head and tail and wondered if i can order these new parts , does anyone know anything more?
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Old 02-18-2010, 09:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Got a reply from Jan
info is here http://www.henseleit-helicopters.de/index_e.html
Available around April time...

mmmm repair now or hold on till April?

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Old 02-18-2010, 04:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Its nothing major, the head is to stop a bobbing that can occur at 1500RPM and the tail is not really a big deal, in actual fact the head design is not as visually pleasing.

Repair it now! No reason to wait.
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Old 02-21-2010, 05:12 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I agree it flies beautifully now - no reason to wait !
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Old 02-24-2010, 06:29 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I want to cry.... feathering shaft out of stock at henseleit. I hope this isnt because of the design changes..
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What's In My Cart? Remove Qty. Model Product(s) Total RI-0102r O-ring 16x2.5 soft 2.00 EUR RI-0102s O-ring 16x2.5 hard 2.00 EUR RI-0109 O-ring inner busher 3.50 EUR RI-0202 bottom carbon side frame 54.00 EUR RI-0800 CFK boom 25x920mm 25.00 EUR RI-0916e tail pitch connecting rod 9.50 EUR RI-0810 drive shaft 860mm 12.00 EUR RI-0121a driving bush 3.00 EUR RI-0121c stud bolt M2,5x25 1.00 EUR RI-0121b ball link 15mm long 3.00 EUR RI-0410v rotor shaft 12.00 EUR RI-0113 radial bearing 8x16x5 22.00 EUR RI-0115 axial bearing 8x16x5 10.00 EUR RI-0222 bearing support 12.00 EUR RI-0243 skid cap 2.00 EUR RI-0307 RIGID - rotor blades 88.00 EUR RI-0309 tail blades 105mm / 1 pair 27.00 EUR Sub-Total: 288.00 EUR
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Its nothing major, the head is to stop a bobbing that can occur at 1500RPM and the tail is not really a big deal, in actual fact the head design is not as visually pleasing.
Are there any pic.'s of this "new, not-so visually-pleasing" Head (?)
Any help greatly appreciated.
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Old 02-28-2010, 06:16 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Sure here it is
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:57 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I want to cry.... feathering shaft out of stock at henseleit. I hope this isnt because of the design changes..
You can use a Compass Odin feathering shaft - this is 92mm long whereas the Henseleit is 90 mm - both 8mm diameter andtapped for M5 - either shim out the extra or take it off with a Dremel
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Old 03-01-2010, 03:33 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Its back in stock
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Thanks for the pic. helicraze,
I think I can work with that (a little Mother's polish and a Trick Head-Button )
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Sure here it is
HC, do you have any more pics of the "new" head?
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No sorry, thats all I have. Delivery of the 2010 model will begin shortly so no doubt there will be a few photos soon as there is some other changes aside from the head block itsefl
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Was that just for one crash?
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Was that just for one crash?
Yep lol, was a heavy hit, my throttle hold finger was frozen stiff
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It's not that much for a 700-class machine, things which hurt are canopy, blades and worst case electronics and batteries... of course dealing with Euros is always a pain for $-based pilots.
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:17 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I'm amazed how resilient the canopy is - it's very flexible - a spare arrived from Henseleit with the packing trashed and I was able to push out the dent with no mark or gel cracking - I think it's epoxy resin. I have repaired my original from 2 major nose ins and it fixes up great with epoxy resin and glass
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I agree not bad if you consider blades are included in that total, my brother just spend twice that on a logo 500 se crash!
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