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  1. abinder

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    Do people balance the props for the Typhoon H or are the props okay the way they are ?

    Thanks.


    Allen


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  2. Milt

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    Check this out, It will help..

    Typhoon H Props out of balance
     
  3. Art-Tistic

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    The H will fly fine as the props come out of the box. However, to give you smoother performance all around and greater longevity on the mechanics all props should be balanced! that is not specific to the H, it applies to all model aircraft...
     
  4. Rayray

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    What do you use, A-T, and source? Thanks.
     
  5. abinder

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    Thanks for the info everyone.


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  6. abinder

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    On other aircraft that I've balanced the props, I've used clear fingernail polish instead of sanding.


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  7. Art-Tistic

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    Cutting a quick video now...standby to stand by...
    uploading now, horribly out of focus, but it serves the intended purpose .....

     
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  8. Joneshd3488

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    Props should absolutely be balanced for best performance. Even the smallest amount of vibration that can be reduced by balancing is just that much less hammering being induced into the board and electronics in the H. I use the sanding method simply because that's the way I've always done it over 20 years of RC heli and jet flying. But, use whatever works for you. Just do it.
     
  9. Milt

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    I never thought of that but I will try your way next time, more knowledge is key to success
     
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