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Tail rotor mod
Tags: Syma X9
March 1, 2012 - 5:56 pm

I was reading somewhere about you guys trying different tail rotor mods for better speed, and someone suggested mounting it 90 degrees from stock (with the tape) and that didn't work....I somehow lost that thread and cant find it again but i thought i would show you this awesome little mod i found on youtube (some of you probably have already seen this) but it is simply about doing a 180 spin of the motor so it is facing the floor. It seems to be working fairly well, all i can think of is that there is more forward tilt making the craft go even faster forward.

March 1, 2012 - 6:03 pm

forward becomes backwards and vice versa unless you switch the polarity of the wires.

March 2, 2012 - 2:25 am

that mod requires a different propeller.a "picooz" type.the orientation of the prop is opposite.thats the reason for spinning the motor to face down.(or reversing the wires,what i do).positioning the motor down with a stock prop will do nothing for speed.

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