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slight turning when flying forward
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igord2
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February 9, 2012 - 11:07 am
Hello all !
As a child wanted RC Helicopter but because at that time they used to cost a fortune now make that my wish come true, in fact 2x true because I crashed first syma in 2 days so I bought another one to have fun with while waiting for the spare gears to come :)))

 

That second one is replica (M5 helicopter) but very good one (to be honest better than original in my opinion), much better build quality…

 

Already learned few things about repairing, managed to damage both helis in 3 days but also managed to fix the new one using the parts of the old one  🙂  Looks like that syma gears fit to M5…

 

Just a short question, when I hover and give command to move forward, heli is not going completely straight, more like a huge forward turn, like its turning a slightly to the right side while going forward.

 

Is that normal, cant recall how it was when I unpacked it?

 

If its not normal any suggestion how to neutralize that slight turning while moving forward (I know about the potentiometer – it hover in place without rotation – thats fine) ?

 

Thank you and best wishes to community !

 

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bvc
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February 9, 2012 - 11:59 am

Welcome to the forum!

I have four s107g's and an s111g and they all turn slightly to the right while going forward. They turn better to the right than the left. I think it's just how they work.

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igord2
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February 9, 2012 - 7:29 pm

Thank you a lot !

 

Best wishes ! 🙂

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