If that doesn't help: 2. Cheers Hi Mike I read through other threads that some people are putting the extreme pro 180b as an upgraded motor into their 9116. The first and most common problem is the throttle trim setting that sits vertically adjacent to the throttle stick. I am not that technical being a newbie but I decided to order one of Ebay as a spare motor and since others have said that its a simple swap and change then I thought why not. This helicopter is 100% assembled by the factory Ready to fly. Could ground affect have something to do with foward motion? It's a very useful tool for your helicopter and other toys.
The final result: Better stay with the stock motor. See the attached picture and you will see the rod is placed so that the rod is now outside the servo arm in relation to the mainframe. What batteries I should buy for upgrade? Right picture: Washers mounted thanks to OrangeBird Low Voltage Buzzer To get a decent warning before your battery runs down while your bird is 50 feet in the air and starts plunging towards the soil. I do not abuse my equipment and just wonder about excess foward trim needed to fly. I believe it also minimizes friction against the canopy and the chances of hanging up against it.
So you got yourself a 9116, dialed it in, flew it and now encountered problems or did a crash and broke something. The edges of the brush keep breaking off, are uneven and jagged. It also minimizes friction against the canopy and the chances of hanging up against it. You may get more flights out of them when breaking every new motor in. Do you know of anyone who has done this? I bought a 9116 several months ago against better judgement.
Now replace the tail unit in the same way as above in reverse order. But repeated strikes bend the flybar too, causing vibrations. This may require you to shift the position of the battery, or even add weight to the top of the battery or inside the nose of the canopy. It was bought as crash dummie anyway. The new N-60 in just one day! That is the big size version of the 9116, which is also presented by the Double Horse Factory, both with single blade structure. If it slows rotation only, install a new tail instantly.
Total voltage display range: 0. To balance the heli, tie some string or sewing thread to the top of the main shaft above the blades and suspend the heli by the string. The balance will me more orientated to the front, so you'll have to balance it out. Heli seems undamaged and was not flown into anything hard and looks fine. Still want to do it? If your bird gets away and lands in the deep woods or tall grass, you can find it a lot easier with the loud beeper going off. I realized some interesting points about this 4-channel 2.
Motors shut down when lift off? The servos jitter when powered up The servos should make a sudden short flutter or jitter on power up, as they may have moved when you powered down or the arms may have dropped during storage, so when you power up, they settle back to the position the tx has them set to by the user programming. It takes 5 seconds to finish the gyroscope check before fly. Servo Move Mod To fix the left servo horn touching the canopy, when the servo is at full throw forward, to fix the slide of servo horn up the pushrod and also to fix the excessive outward flexing of the servo arm. Unlike 3 the channel helicopters, this 4 Channel Double Horse 9116 is able to move side-to-side. Electronic fine-tuning, flying more stable. I'm on my last stock motor so I will have to wait to confirm this with the new 180-a motor but I'm confident the brushes will last a great deal longer.
Get one today before they all fly away! Most people probably do this already when they are first messing around with their new bird without even realizing it, sliding it around on the ground. Only been flown over bed with foam heli-pad and carpeted room. Blades track good and no vibration. Then try to fly 9116. There are no bends or angles to hang up, just a straight rod sliding against the canopy. You may also first break your new motor in before thinking of a bypass.
So don't expect them to last more than 50 flights in general. Rebend in shape until straight again. Yep, I forgot, but only once, , , so far. If battey can go foward this should help foward direction. But it is a double-edged sword.
The control range is pretty decent and looks very solid for its price range. I really like its automatic stable adjustments and very good looking design. Spare Parts Availability I must say spare parts availability of Double Horse is great. . Brushed motor care is becoming a lost art, as most everything hobby grade is moving to brushless. As stated often enough before: Highly recommended! I like to keep my rudder at 100% vs the 120%.