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Old 11-16-2005, 08:22 AM
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Hi guys,

I am about to construct a a 4-blade flybarless head for my 116, as it has oodles of power after I installed a Tamiya FS-12 motor in it which will give it plenty of torque. I have done a fair bit of research on multiblade heads and I think it can be done suprisingly easily. If successful I will make another with collective pitch...When my parts arrive I will begin and i`ll keep ppl posted on its construction. Anyone else already done this? any thoughts?[8D]
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Are you getting your stuff from Matt Schumaker at Ballistic Tech?
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I`m actually waiting for helihobby to get the quantity of parts I need, as it will be completely made using stock LMH parts (except for the hub which will be custom machined), but everything else will be LMH to keep things simple
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Maveric,
This sounds like a cool project ,
Just play it safe, the blades can cause some serious damage and in worst case injury..

//Peter

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