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Old 06-18-2007, 08:06 AM
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Default RE: Esky Honeybee FP Thread

Run it up slow and see what servo controls the forward and back movment and adjust that linkage that goes to that servo.
Or you can remove the servo arm and mobe it uo 1 notch on the splined shaft of the servo.
Because your battery is so far forward I would remove the servo arm,turn on the TX then let the servo take a set and then put the servo arm back on.
If you still have the problem then adjust the linkage on that servo or remove the arm and move it up on the servo shaft.
Remember to keep all sliders centered when making adjustments.
The swash plate should be nice and level.
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