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Brookstone Helicopter Cloud DSS


In general, the main rotor in an R/C helicopter only tips forward and backwards of vertical center. Direction is determined by the tail rotor. If the entire machine is tilting right, even if the rotor doesn't appear to be, check the motor mount, and or gear train of the main rotor in the fuselage. The main rotor shaft in the fuselage should be exactly vertical relative to the helicopter deck and with trim tabs centered. If your model has the two small fans, one on either side of the fuselage, try replacing the propeller on the right one, even if it looks OK and check for lint or hair on motor shafts. Again, this is a general answer from my own experience. Hope it helps.

Dec 04, 2013 | Electronics - Others

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What is the fuselage part of the airplane?


The fuselage is the body of the airplane. It includes the cockpit, the cabin, and the cargo of the plane. Depending on the type of airplane, the fuel could be stored in the fuselage.

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Exceed Rc 2.4 Ghz WarHawk 300 RTF Co-Axial Airwolf replacement of main rotor gear. Do I drop motor out of fuselage by removing bottom blades?


In order to get at the main rotor gears, you'll have to remove both sets of rotor blades and drop the chassis. After removing the battery cage you should be able to access the two main gears. You don't need to remove the motors, but if you need to access the main gear for the lower-rotor, further dis-assembly is required. I think there's a link to a dis-assembly video for the Exceed models on rcdiscuss

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My S006 alloy shark rc helicopter wont take off the ground


try raising the throttle little by little. than keep the throttle on medium.

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I cant get a spark from the cylinods on my 1998 Ducati 748. I got a new harness and I'm trying to just ues the wires I need to get it to run, because i put the motor in a golf cat


this might help you trouble shoot your problem
http://www.800-airwolf.com/pdffiles/ARTICLES/part%2058.pdf

also never apply voltage to ducati coils without the coil being grounded, as they can split wide open!

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Installation problem


...looks like the cd program is not compatible with 64bit that windows vista use....or not compatible with the partition you have on the hard disk...(NTFS partition) try to install the program in the hard disk that formated with FAT32.....on other computer offcourse

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Tail rotar


Yes - it matters for any heli.

The main rotor creates drag which makes the heli want to spin - the tail rotor pulls the heli in the opposite direction to compensate and keep it steady.

Look at the angle of the main rotor in regard to the direction it turns - you'll see how it 'pulls' upward. The tail rotor will need to 'pull' sideways, according to whichever direction the tail rotor is spinning.

I'm assuming you're reattaching a tail rotor or rewiring a motor?

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