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    Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    Hello everybody,
    I bought the game the Speed ​​Brake Scale4detail, and want to know if anyone has the manual for installation instructions.
    Well not in my order came.
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    you have p.m.
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    Ok.

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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    LOL - Instruction manual from D4S?
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    Someone already installed the Speed ​​Brake on some F-16?

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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.


    ORIGINAL: bruno borges

    Β*Someone already installed the Speed ​​Brake on some F-16?
    yes i used two hitec 5645 servo on a triple switch with slow servo speed. http://www.petame.gr/forumv/showthread.php?t=8403
    manual is very detail with photos .What you need?
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    Del Gato Grande, Thanksssss!!!!

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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    when i saw the title i was ready to reply that possibly only George AKA ''DelGatoGrande'' could help you!! there you go....good luck!
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    ...you are wellcome Bruno.

    One thing i forgot to note is that i found hard to keep the airbrakes perfected closed and look good using just the end travel points
    and at the same time keeping the servos from fighting the cable link and buzzing.And when servos where not buzzing airbrakes where not closed well.
    (downside of a flex cable push/pull link)

    Thats why i used the triple switch= (+100% 0% -100% )
    With the help of a programable channel from a PowerBox unit (Competition SRS in my case) i was able to move the middle (0%) position of my switch to a further out position for example +140% where the servo closed perfect the airbrakes and then return to the +100% point for example where the servo was resting.

    Dont know if that makes any sense but here is the closing sequence result you to get the idea:


    Switch position 2: Airbrakes open , servo -100%
    Switch position 1: Airbrakes closed perfect , servo +140% =pushing good to close them well (loads of noise and fighting)
    Switch position 0: Airbrakes closed perfect , servo +100% =back up to a point where servo rest with out noise and at the same time leave airbrakes closed.

    Later on you can leave programming the same and just moved it to a two position switch and cant tell the deference !.

    >numbers are just an example -not to be used<



    Niko we must make a netherlands F16 display team

    cat out...gone flying
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    Ready as always George!!
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    RE: Help installation Speed Brake (Detail4scale) F-16 SM.

    Hi Bruno, i use lado e-door electric cylinder insted of servo, it open and close very scale and it won't drain your battery. Watch the video.

    http://www.lado-tech.net/en/e-doors/...door-30mm.html
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