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How do you spool up your 600

Old 03-08-2011, 04:57 PM
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Default How do you spool up your 600

I have been having a bit of a time with that. Sometimes if I'm steady I can spool it up without it jumping around. I do find if it starts to jump that if I cut the throttle and give it a quick shot it straightens out. I would like a sure fire way to spool up without the problem of vibration on startup.
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Default RE: How do you spool up your 600

First make sure the blades are as straight as you can get them. Spool up slow and smooth. I never have any significant vibration.

If you're starting with the blades straight and still having a lot of vibration, I'd guess either your blade grips are too loose or too tight or something is bent.
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Default RE: How do you spool up your 600

Or unbalance blade, or tracking could be out.
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Default RE: How do you spool up your 600

If you are running electric, you may not have your ESC set up for soft start. If your blades jump at start up, you could end up with a blade strike on your boom.

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