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    blade sr trim question




    I am learning to fly now. My heli consistently flys to the left even with trim fully to the right on the tx.
    Is there any thing I can do to the arms on the rotor to neutralize this effect?


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    RE: blade sr trim question

    The swashplate probably isn't level. First unplug the motors. Then plug in the battery and move the left stick up until the pitch is at 0 degrees. Then you can adjust the back two pushrods until the swashplate is level. You also need to center the trims before you do that.

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    RE: blade sr trim question


    Will do,

    Thanks evdreamer


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