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JP ER-150 Retracts

Old 03-03-2024, 02:52 PM
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Default JP ER-150 Retracts

If the ER-150 retracts stall and shutoff before being in the full up locked position, is it hard on the retracts?

Iím having an issue with the nose gear strut to nose gear door linkage.

Iím looking for a strut collar setup for my Skymaster X-treme F-15 if anyone has a source or previous experience with this setup. Right now the strut and door are closer together in the extended position than they are when retracted.

Any help with this setup or recommendation for hardware is appreciated.

Todd
Old 03-03-2024, 07:35 PM
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Is it hard on the retracts? It depends on what controller you are using. If you are using the stock "orange" JP controller, you will definitely burn the rectract actuator or the controller or both eventually. That happened to me more than once while adjusting a JP gear. I highly recommend you get a Xicoy LGC15 landing gear and brake controller. The unit has an option to tune the max amount of amp after which the motor shuts down so in your case, you can set it up to a very low value while testing.


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