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Old Yesterday, 09:09 AM   #9721
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Something to test you curiosity.

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Old Yesterday, 03:45 PM   #9722
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Damn good effort Tom. Hope you do make it in time for the meet, and before the surgery!

Don't know how long it will be before I do fly it Sutty. I'm still tempted to find the fault, so I can sell off the old parts as working, or keep them as spare. But the main reason is, I still don't know 100% if the problem was mechanical or electrical. Which if it is electrical, then installing a new head and FBL unit still won't fix it!! So I could do with ruling out it being an overload/blackout problem first.

Was hoping I'd get a day at the club weekend before last, but got sanctioned on using the car, as it just went through the MOT the week before and cost 400 So maybe, I could install some kind of volt/amp reader to the servo's, ream the balls properly/again, hopefully get tony at the club to check it and it could be problem solved. Ready to tune the engine. But even if I do do that, I will still buy the head and FBL unit in a few weeks probably get a ball reamer and volt reader at same time!

But now I just thought, maybe it would be better if I just ditched that idea and bought a cheap car? then at least I can get out to fly!!
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Old Yesterday, 04:11 PM   #9723
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Don't buy an FBL head, just convert the original head that you had. The more simple one, it will be more than good enough. Just review my thread if you don't recall the details. I'm on that original converted head for the 600, and it had near perfect geometry for the Vortex. I'll give you a MicroBeast, I have two of them sitting here doing nothing, and that way it will have cost you nothing, and you can still get the car to go flying as well.


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