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l need a throttle return spring or a handset with one fitted.
lm in need of a throttle return spring, or a handset with one fitted. Prefer the handset than the spring.....anybody....please. ?
Tags: Syma X9
January 12, 2014 - 10:08 am

I can't say whether or not the new remotes have the stuff to have a spring on them or not, but I do know that mine, which are a little older and had springs, had internal springs, and couldn't have them added. (I ripped them out with a multi tool anyway, because they were so annoying.)

What I would do would be just find some elastic, preferably some of the kind that you buy on a small spool, like what's used for model rocket shock cords. Then, wrap it around the control stick, and either open up the remote and find somewhere that you can make two cuts to run it through and tie it off, or just tape it to the back. That's my quick n dirty solution.

If you bought a remote off of amazon, chances are, it'll be an incorrect remote, since they've made a number of changes, and there's so many fakes out there. Just better to use the one ya' got.

January 12, 2014 - 1:12 am

    Hello.  lv bought a couple of the s107's for xmas etc. & on YouTube everybody are

taking the throttle springs off, but due to my poor dexterity l really... really need one, and typically all the helli's lv bought don't have one fitted, which means the wings are take a real battering, which as we all know hinders performance, & builds frustration

   Also, are the handset's that are supplied without the springs have the fixing's so all l have todo is open the handset clip the springs on.?

If so they dont, does any one have a handset that does have a return spring fitted??

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