Type: Posts; User: FlyBot
Carbon fiber props do not flex. That makes them more efficient and will give you longer flight times, Cleaner stunts, Faster recovery and less vortex wobble.
I have not seen any for the micro motors.
How are the Nylon pin gears holding up.
I wore out all 4 brass pin gears (had a lot of flights on them).
The pin gears would not engage the spur gear anymore (even with new spur gears).
Has anyone seen Carbon Fiber props for the Alias
The Key to this hobby Is not how high you can fly it's how low you can fly. The higher you go the higher the risk.
Do not lube the bearings due to dirt intake. It's best to run the bearings without any lube.
Has anyone worn out the motor brass pinion gear? My brass pinion gears have wear grooves from the spur gear.
I have over 100 alias flights on old used V959's that were rode hard and put-up wet and that was before the (Alias autopsy) transplant. I just completed 2 more flights tonight in a strong North wind....
Here are some Don't's
* Don't takeoff or land on the ground if possible, due to dirt intake.
* Don't allow your props to free spin backward in the wind, due to brush wear pattern.
* Don't oil your...
In my bone yard I have.
* 2 Spur gears
* 1 aluminum prop shaft
* 1 outboard prop shaft bearing
* 1 Flight control board, bad ESC
* 4 refrigerator magnets
What's in your bone yard?