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Tail Rotor Problem
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Michael
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February 29, 2012 - 3:35 am

Hi! I have one problem. I was playing with my helicopter and I noticed that it couldn't fly forward and backward. The tail motor was not working. But when I am "helping" it to spin it is starting to spin.

Can you say it is a tail motor problem?

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RichardBronosky
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February 29, 2012 - 5:09 am

I would definitely say it is a tail motor problem.

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Michael
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February 29, 2012 - 5:20 am

Ty for replying

I have bought it

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CPD
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February 29, 2012 - 6:43 am

Watch Supernova's video on the tail motor-he shows how to do it the simplist way. (you just pull out the old one, cut the wires as close to the motor as possable, solder the new leads to the main wires, slip the wires in the black part holding the motor, then put the motor back, then put the tail rotor on.

 

Done.

 

If you're feeling adventurous, you can see if you can get a fake tail rotor for some extra speed, but not as much as the picooz/speed rotor, and wire it backwards for enough speed for a beginer. Not as fast as if you did major speed mods, but faster than stock and more controlable than the speedmods.

 

(the fakes have a better pitch and surface area, but are reversed-pitched. You can easilly spot them with their cornered edges in stead of rounded)

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CPD
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February 29, 2012 - 6:44 am

Watch Supernova's video on the tail motor-he shows how to do it the simplist way. (you just pull out the old one, cut the wires as close to the motor as possable, solder the new leads to the main wires, slip the wires in the black part holding the motor, then put the motor back, then put the tail rotor on.

 

Done.

 

If you're feeling adventurous, you can see if you can get a fake tail rotor for some extra speed, but not as much as the picooz/speed rotor, and wire it backwards for enough speed for a beginer. Not as fast as if you did major speed mods, but faster than stock and more controlable than the speedmods.

 

(the fakes have a better pitch and surface area, but are reversed-pitched. You can easilly spot them with their cornered edges in stead of rounded)

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seaturtle
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February 29, 2012 - 2:08 pm

make sure the prop is not pushed down too tight.

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Supernova
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March 1, 2012 - 3:19 am
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