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Got rid of the TBE with my Lama v4

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Got rid of the TBE with my Lama v4

Old 07-01-2008, 12:48 AM
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Default Got rid of the TBE with my Lama v4

Yes, I got rid of it by taking the extreme shaft off and replacing with the stock unit . I have recently bought the shaft and extreme blades and when I installed i had BAD TBE to the point that if I tried to fly in a straight line it would still go in circles counter clock wise. I double checked tracking and it was perfect , balanced blades and still could not get rid of it. I simply replaced the shaft and its gone. I also was thinking that maybe i had installed to many upgrades and made the heli heavy and this is what was causing it, nope it was the shaft. I have the blade cp canopy and boom upgrade and its heavier than stock but in the end it was the shaft. But , while inspecting the shaft it did have a very slight wobble at the head, almost unnoticeable. I rolled it on the edge of the table back and forth and it looks like I maybe got. Another thing I notice was while rolling the shaft on the table the heavy side always came back the side with the screw head. Maybe this is where/why is causing the shaft to be out of balance. I am going to figure something out to try and blanace and try it again but for now happy flying with the stock shaft.

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