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A4 - Interceptor 400 - How do you know if your tail blades are correctly setup ?

There are only two issues you have to think about with the INT400 tail.

The first one is that the tail blades should be fitted so that when viewed from the right hand side of the helicopter, they rotate ANTI CLOCKWISE, with each tail blade lifting up at the front into the downwash of the main rotor blades.

The second one is to ensure the connecting balls on the tail blade grips are in the leading position. This means that the control arm is IN FRONT of the tail blade as it rotates anti clockwise.

Finally, always ensure that the screws used to hold the tail blades in position are either long enough to show some thread on the opposite end from the head, or better still, that the screws have nuts fitted to them as well.  This will avoid the possibility of tail blades flying off the aircraft.


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