1-on-1 helicopter repair/setup training

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The first thing to know is that this service is designed to allow you to spend one full day with me in my hanger/workshop, learning how to repair and setup your helicopter.

Naturally this means that you will have to come up here to Blackpool, where I live...

On the left is my newly expanded workshop facility (august 2010) with a lot more bench space to let me cope with the hospital patients and my new helicopter builds and setups.

In all of the previous seminars I have done, the "student" brings their own helicopter, which usually requires some form of repair as well.  We can then use that to show you exactly how to repair thing correctly.  I you want to run through it using one of mine, that is also fine.

We start off by discussing what you think is wrong is with your helicopter, and then I do a full quick check over looking for anything else that I feel may be wrong.  Typically I find many simple problems, such as belt tension wheels that cannot rotate, main gear meshing problems, and of course, head and other mechanical setup problems.

So, the first thing you need to remember is to please bring any spares you have that may be needed with you.  I do carry quite a good stock of parts, but can still be caught out, and if we cannot complete a repair then of course we will not be able to test fly your helicopter at the end of the day, which would not be an ideal result.

In all cases, I will go through a complete mechanical setup, starting with the servo arms all the way through to getting the head set correctly, the pitch range correct, and tracking as perfect as possible.

Throughout this, you can ask any questions at all that you may have, and ask me to repeat procedures if you are not sure what I have done.

A cold lunch of sandwiches will be provided + tea/coffee during the day as needed.

At the end of the day, the aim is to take your helicopter out and test fly it to ensure all is setup as well as possible, and then you are given the opportunity to fly it as well to see how it feels to you.

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If you are planning to come up to Blackpool and stay overnight to have 1 or more days with ChopperAddict, we can suggest some good local B&B establishments that are close to me.


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