Want to take out the slop? This kit it’s the solution (thanks John for giving me the oportunity to test the kit )
KZALASKA sells this kit for the MCPx but since MCPx and the V922 have a lot of parts in common they could be used whitout mod. anything.
It takes only a few minutes to install, you get 13 O-Rings (Silicone) just for 3,50$.
I’ve installed them into my V922 and the results are great!, more control on stick movements,They take out the play at the ball joints reducing vibrations and give smoother stick inputs
Here are the pictures…:
The kit comes with clear installation pictures so the process its a piece of cake.
The O-rings out of the plastic bag.
First O-Ring in place.
They fit perfectly.
I have not used the skids O-Rings because I’ve found another use for ’em… Take the slop out on my V911 !
If you own a V911 you’ve noticed that it has a big “pendulum” effect, using the O-Rings that effect will be reduced a lot, another good mod to reduce the effect it’s moving the battery forward to move the CG.
Take a look at www.kzalaska.com for more pictures.
O-ring kit takes the slop out of the blade MCPX’s Head Upgraded Dampners improve the blade dampening between the Blade Grips and the Rotor Head Adds GRIPTION to your skids so you don’t slide much while spooling up on the ground
3ea 002 silicone O-rings for the servo links
4ea 001 silicone O-rings for the rotor links
2ea 003 black buna rubber O-rings for the dampners
4ea 002 black buna rubber O-rings for the skids
Hi, I would to thank John from KZ Alaska Upgrades for his sponsorship
I’m gonna post reviews of those great upgrades (MCPx Head and Skid O-ring mod kit, solid carbon fiber tail boom…) upon arrival
Do you want to take the slop out? Improve response? Stay tuned for the reviews !
During hard crashes the tail boom breaks easily…
The solution… 2 spare tail booms for a low price. 2.35$ with free shipping.
The tails are well packed inside a plastic bag and protected by bubble wrapping.
V922 tail boom
Hi, sometimes it’s hard to see the heli due canopy / blades colours. To make it more visible I’ve changed the stock canopy (Blue one) for a Hisky FBL100 “Cool Green” . The main and the tail baldes have been replaced too.
Here’s the result…:
I’ll convert my V922 to brushless…. I’ve chosen a carbon fiber frame from Miracle Mart (29$ + shipping)
The new frame only weights 0.3grm more than stock one.
For that price…Who can resist the tempation?
Since the mcpx has round tail boom I’ll need to modify it…but it’ll be another post….
Carbon Fiber Main Frame
Hi, today I’m gonna show you how to modify a training gear for the V922.
2,5 $ Trainign gear (1mm diameter CF rods)
0$ 2 Squinkies balls (Thanks to my daughter for the “donation”, …….to be honest she doesn’t know I’ve grab the balls from her toy’s bag….., anyway she left ’em alone more than a year ago….)
1 Some heat shrink tube and CA
I’ve cut the central part just to left 4 legs.
Micro Training Gear Dissasem
Micro Training Gear 3
Micro Training Gear 2
Micro Training Gear 1
When you buy the HT8 module to use it with the 9x radios you get 3 cables in the pack.
My module has an internal battery (V3) but I dont wanna to charge it every flight . If you want to use the cable included in the pack you must modify the 9x power connector…
But….there’s a easy way to power the HT8 using only one cable….
You only need to make a cable like above using this schem….
On the 9x the white cable goes to the FIRST pin. As you can see there’s a cross (red-black)
Take care about the position, marking the connectors with labels would be a good idea.. and if your HT8 has an internal battery DONT SWITCH THE POWER ON THE HT8
REMOVE THE BATTERY FROM THE HT8, OTHERWISE YOU COULD EXPERIMENT GLITCHES AND LOOSE OF THE BIND .MY HELI BECOMES UNSTABLE AND LAZY (TOOOOOOOOO MUCH LAGGGGG)
I don’t know why but my HT8 doenst works properly with the battery on, even with the switch off…..