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heliblog

RC Helicopter flying, RC Cars and RC boating

Made for other people and me to track what I am doing when with my remote controlled units. It started out with helicopters. Hence the name.

If only one of my units is of interest, this unit can be clicked on the right and only posts regarding that unit shows up.

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First picooZ post

Siverlit PicooZ Posted on Jul 30, 2007 21:17:31

So I have to admit I do have a PicooZ and I have had it for some time. I got it for my birthday in March and it is the reason I bought my Lama. Currently it is broken and I am trying to replace the main rotor smiley I have replaced the rotor and it seems to be working smiley, but I havn’t glued it back together yet. I am worried the glue will dissolve the foam so I need to do some glue experiments before I apply it on my picooZ.



Xtreme upper bearing holder

E-sky Lama V3 Posted on Jul 30, 2007 21:05:00

I received an Xtreme upper bearing holder and an Xtreme flexible tail truss today. This was mainly because the tail truss in yellow was on discount and I wanted to make sure I got one of the yellow ones, before they stop selling those. I would like to keep my heli in the original look for now at least.
I have mounted the upper bearing holder. It is much more precise than the part it repaced. You can see it mounted in the picture below. I like this part very much. It even came with a bearing incuded. When I put it on my scale it displayed 0g so it can’t be very heavy.

I havn’t mounted the new tail yet. It is seen in the picture above. It’s the tail not mounted in the picture smiley. I shortly tried how it will fit when I mounted the upper bearing holder and it seems I will have to modify it a bit to make the upper screws fit the frame. Not a big modification though. When I put this tail on my scale it showed 13g