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Old 12-20-2012, 07:47 PM   #21
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I had a hard time getting my micrometer in there, but it's definitely 12mm from the centre of the servo spline to the centre of the ball link on the tail.

For the cyclics, I used whatever the distance was on the CF servo arm reinforcements is that came with the kit.
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Old 12-20-2012, 07:53 PM   #22
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Should be 15mm, according to the manual. On both of the two styles of MKS arms I have, that would be the last hole out. Btw, you probably want to stick with that for alignment with the swashplate.
15mm for cyclic, 12mm for tail.
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Should be 15mm, according to the manual. On both of the two styles of MKS arms I have, that would be the last hole out. Btw, you probably want to stick with that for alignment with the swashplate.
I just saw a pic that looked like with stock length cyclic servo arms, the pushrods to the swash are angled inwards, i.e. not parallel to the mainshaft. I assumed that the pushrods would be vertical. So, not sure what the deal is with that if there is excessive throw available. Man, I need to start working on my Warp...I feel so left out!
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Git'r'done, Scott!!
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