Question about E-Flite Rc Helicopter Eflite Blade Mcx 2 Landing Skid Sets
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure you used the right blades, the top and bottom blades are different parts and if you try to replace an upper blade with a lower blade it will mess up the flight. The two sets of blades are reversed, the leading edge is on the opposite side because they spin in opposite directions.
If you are sure you have the correct blades, try to eliminate vibrations, especially in the upper rotor. Vibrations can throw off the gyro sensor and cause the helicopter to spin. If it isn't vibrating then you need to adjust the trim. If it is just a slight spin, you can try using the horizontal trim adjustment on the left stick. If this is not able to correct the spin, set the horizontal trim on the left stick to center and then remove the plastic canopy. On the circuit board you will see two screw adjustments labeled "SENS" and "SCALE". First, draw a mark on both of them with a marker making sure to touch both the screw and the plastic or board. This mark will be used to reset the knobs to their original positions if you mess up. The "SENS" (sensitivity) knob adjusts how hard the helicopter responds to the gyro. The "SCALE" (rotor scale) adjusts the balance between the two rotors. If it is a smooth rotation (as opposed to a skittish, jumpy, or erratic rotation), you need to adjust the SCALE knob as one rotor is consistently faster than the other. On the other hand, if it is erratic and jumpy, randomly spinning in quick bursts, you should adjust the SENS knob. Erratic spinning is a result of the gyro detecting vibrations and overcompensating, throwing the helicopter in a circle. Play with these knobs, try just slight adjustments and keep going until it flies right. Have common sense, don't turn the knobs too far at once, just small adjustments will make it easier. Also if turning the knob one direction makes it worse, go the other direction. If you turn the SCALE knob too much you may lose lifting power because it will reduce the maximum power of one of the motors.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
You have to keep tapping the right trim button. Keep tapping it until it stops spinning. If the spinning stops and it just turns, Use the the left right moving analog un til it flies straight.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
dude is your swash plate levle if it is not it will cause your heli to drift
or if not go on youtube and reset your dx6i settings
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
SOURCE: i have a helix 360.
Probably need a gentle bend back to its original position. Can you look at a friends or a shop one to see exactly what it should look like before a crash? Crashes usually bend something. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
You will need this:
The problem usually is caused because plastic is bended over, or metal pin holding the balance bar is inserted badly and it damaged main rotor head (which is on the picture above).
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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