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1 hour ago, Aubry GABANON said:

First flights after deconfinement 🙂

Hope you are all safe and still healthy!

Cheers,

Aubry

 

Wow Aubry! 👌

Thank you for sharing 

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Great footage from that trick camera!

We are still locked down in Scotland but I hope to get out flying next weekend.

Can't wait

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Aubry GABANON

Hello Peter!

As you was not be able to enjoy training on next WC slopes, and so on no opportunity to meet you there,  just enjoy this video 🙃 :

 

Cheers,

Aubry

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Aubry GABANON

During my holidays, I also go on my TOA slope with the 6th and a medium fresh wind speed, this time the lighter version but full of tungsten:

 

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That camera is trick! I really enjoyed Escuiellens last year, great slope and looks great with sunflowers.

Great noises in the 2nd video too 👍 We all love that noise! Tricky launch & landing though 😵😵

Gutted that the reciprocal quarantine arrangement means I can't come this year, lets hope things are much better next year.

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Paulupton

Finally getting around to fitting out my FS6... Its been a while since I have done a fit out. 

I'm struggling to get the supplied hardware on my elevator servos and the nose cone to fit. Are there any 'low profile' servo arms or clevises or do I simply need some shorter servos?

Thanks in advance. 

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Mikeb52

Swap for ordinary metal clevis’s. And file them down to suit. I have the KST’s in my fs6, and it works…. Just!
 

I’m sure the experts will be along soon with a different, and perhaps easier solution. 

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Peter G

I found some gentle grinding of the pin and side of the clevis makes it fit.

It was the grinding of the arisses of the bottom of the servo to sit down flat in the fuse that was a bit more 'squeaky bum'. I had to take loads off and was sure I was going to go through the case.

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Paulupton

Got them in with some metal clevises thanks.  Also had to chamfer the bottom of my the servos by a couple of mm to get them to sit flush. 

 

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2 hours ago, Paulupton said:

Ready to go 😀

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Hoh tomoz?

 

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