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bladepilot 02-24-2006 11:43 PM

Nexus 30 help
 
hey guys first time posting here. long time lurker. i have a nexus 30 and i need the clutch shoes, i have searched till i found the end of the internet and have struggled to find them. can anybody help me please. i want to get back in the air asap.

nate

Cyberfyn 02-25-2006 06:01 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
I use Midland Helicopters (UK). They do do international shipping, so can get one over to you in a few days.

Try this link.........

[link=http://www.modelhelicopters.co.uk/cgi-bin/sh000001.pl?REFPAGE=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2emodelhelico pters%2eco%2euk%2facatalog%2findex%2ehtml&WD=clutc h%20nexus&SHOP=%20&PN=HeliSprs_NexusConcept%2ehtml %23a2397#a2397]Midland helis[/link]

Regards. Ian.


plck2 02-25-2006 12:49 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
ebay

sceadu37 02-25-2006 06:54 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 

ORIGINAL: Cyberfyn

I use Midland Helicopters (UK). They do do international shipping, so can get one over to you in a few days.

Try this link.........

[link=http://www.modelhelicopters.co.uk/cgi-bin/sh000001.pl?REFPAGE=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2emodelhelico pters%2eco%2euk%2facatalog%2findex%2ehtml&WD=clutc h%20nexus&SHOP=%20&PN=HeliSprs_NexusConcept%2ehtml %23a2397#a2397]Midland helis[/link]

Regards. Ian.


just dont try to email them..... or atleast dont expect a responce :eek:

blk-wdo90 02-25-2006 11:01 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
The easiest thing to do is use a Raptor 30 clutch. It is the right thickness it just hangs out of the bottom of the bell. So set it and let it dry, trim the excess and then your back in the air. My last clutch replacement was done in this manner and I have had no problems whats so ever.

BarracudaHockey 02-27-2006 11:22 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
He means the clutch shoes not the liner.

http://www.caliber30.com has some Kyosho stuff.
http://www.ronlund.com my have some stuff left, its worth a call.

opjose 03-02-2006 07:10 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 


ORIGINAL: bladepilot

hey guys first time posting here. long time lurker. i have a nexus 30 and i need the clutch shoes, i have searched till i found the end of the internet and have struggled to find them. can anybody help me please. i want to get back in the air asap.

nate
Are they broken? Or do they merely look a bit worn?

copgib 03-07-2006 09:56 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Could someone email me where I can buy a Nexus 30 Muffler for my OS 32 engine. Thanks Hugh (Copgib@earthlink.net)

dirtdawg04 03-10-2006 12:13 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
does anyone know where to get main frames or complete nexus 30?

Cyberfyn 03-10-2006 04:59 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Midland Helicopters.

Ian F.

planes8 04-06-2006 08:16 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
go to centuryheli.com to get the parts and you can type in the part # and will get it to you. they dont have some things but almost everything you need...

plck2 04-07-2006 03:10 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
are both shoes broken?

freeonthree 04-13-2006 12:03 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
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My name is Dennis, I live in Red Bluff, Calif. I recently bought a used Nexus 30 with a new OS 32 on it. Upon spool up, it would do the chicken dance and vibrate violently. Although it looked like new, and had Kyosho blades on it which were and are in mint condition, the feathering shaft was badly bent. I removed and straightened it as best I could, then I CG'ed and Balanced the blades. After that, only the canopy would shake a little. I was so excited I forgot to check the blade tracking, and I had it at eye level several times already. LOL 3 times now I forgot to look at the tracking. I did use the Robart Pitch Gauge on er, and checked it several times, but I bet the tracking will still be off slightly. I will say this... Up to this point, I have only flown my VNR3D (which gave it's life while I was learning how to hover), and my Blade CP, which I still have and fly every day, but im not quit doing FF yet. When I first got the Nexus off the ground, I was hovering at about 1 inch, and actually thought it was still on the ground, it was so stable !!! Took it to the 3 foot level, and I am amazed at how solid the tail is, and how stable the heli is in general. I think im gunna love this thing... I just ordered new Main and feathering shafts from Century for it this morning, and other than those, it only needs 3 of the skids rubber plugs. I got a Futaba T6XA TX with it, so I think I did pretty good for $300.00 It's hovers like a Cadillac compared to the Blade CP. LOL

Cyberfyn 04-13-2006 03:22 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Yep. the bigger they are the better they fly. Wait till you get your hands on a 60 :D

Get a new flybar as well. It's critical that its perfectly straight.

Ian F.

freeonthree 04-13-2006 03:42 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
The flybar appears to be perfect. I just didn't think it was going to be that much easier to fly, just easier... The tail did glitch 1 time, and I had to set it down, and now I kinda remember hearing that at the field a couple of years ago before he quit flyin it. So im going to have to keep an eye on it, and stay low for a while... I do love the quality in the Nexus. I think it's very well made. I have no desire t even fly inverted at this time, and just like scale type flight, so moving up to a larger heli won't be necessary for me, unless I start getting bored with it, and I don't see that happening any time soon. How long have you had yours ? And have you been getting any parts from Century ? They sure are nice to deal with...

freeonthree 04-20-2006 02:07 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Ok, I have a question for you Nexus Pro's out there... I just replaced the pitch rod guide and mainshaft. I have the set screws of the mast stopper in the middle of the smaller dia machined area of the mast. Is this correct ? or should the set screws be at the top or bottom of the machined area ? I don't have a manual, and the one online doesn't say that I can find.

KC36330 04-20-2006 06:14 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
after you get the shaft assembly into the bearing blocks you adjust the stopper so the shaft has no/minimal play between the bearing blocks then tighten all 4 set screws.

kc

freeonthree 04-20-2006 06:21 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
OK, I just assembled the mast assy tonite, so I guess I will need to install it into the frame to see what your saying. I assume it will wind up with the set screws in that low spot of the mast ? (machined smaller dia area)

KC36330 04-20-2006 07:19 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
yes.

kc

freeonthree 04-20-2006 12:59 PM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Thanks man !!! I will be working on it here shortly... You da man !!!

freeonthree 04-25-2006 01:28 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Here's your clutch lining for $3.00 @ century helicopters.
In the upper left corner it says find parts, just type in H3332-01

http://www.heli-world.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?

freeonthree 04-25-2006 03:34 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Here's an online manual for the Nexus. You can get the part numbers in the exploded views.
http://www.heliguy.com/nexus/manual.html

freeonthree 04-26-2006 03:35 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Not much action here on the Nexus Thread... Today I test hovered my Nexus with the new bearings (except the clutch drum bearing, and it needs one, oops !!!) and the new 6EXH Transmitter. Fired it up, set the idle, and checked the cut off switch, then test hovered. It has the shakes still ??? The blades have been CG'ed and balanced, both the main and feathering shafts are new, and it still shakes... Hmmmm... At this point, all I can think of is tuning it out using tape on the blades. I cant find anything loose in the head area... It shakes as I spool up (starts off wiggleing the tail) then as it gets faster and gets light, the skids do a little chicken dance. It hovers great, but there's definently something wrong... Anyone got any ideas ? Dennis in Red Bluff, Ca.

BarracudaHockey 04-26-2006 07:32 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
Raise the head speed a bit, but keep in mind shakes during spool up are normal and tend to be worse on concrete or hard surfaces, get a set of skid stops or take off and land on grass.

KC36330 04-26-2006 09:46 AM

RE: Nexus 30 help
 
you can shim the feathering spindle to 'squeeze' on the dampeners and it'll take some of the lead/lag out of the head and cut down on the shaking. the Concept had different color dampeners with red being stiffer, but i don't recall if they offered the same option with the Nexus or not it's been to long ago :) but I've used washers to shim the dampening on most every 30 I've had and it always worked great, especially on the ones with a flapping yoke (which you'll never get the wobble on spool up out of)

kc


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