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IDEAFLY IFLY-4 - Landing Gear Shock Absorbing Tube (Rouge)

IDEAFLY IFLY-4 - Landing Gear Shock Absorbing Tube (Rouge)

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IDEAFLY IFLY-4 - Landing Gear Shock Absorbing Tube (Rouge)

  • UGS 390000014
  • Brand -
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 27.0000
  • Longueur 140.00
  • Largeur 35.00
  • la taille 110.00
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good stuff, using it on my quad landing skids for more viability.

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good stuff, using it on my quad landing skids for more viability.

I hoped this would help a bit with slightly rough landings, but I didn't see any real function to it. Also, it didn't help with the occasional motor/gyro "twitch" you get if you land with just a bit of sideways movement. Not a bad idea or material or anything, it just didn't help like I'd hoped. I would not get it again.

I WOULD strongly suggest that everyone get an extra pair or TWO of landing gear struts. These are designed to bend and provide a bit 'o shock absorption, and they do it VERY well. Eventually though, with enough flying time, you will break one. NOTE: Keep any broken landing gear struts and cut them off where the "webbing" can be drilled out to 6mm. You can then re-insert the aluminum tube and, voila, a shorter, but useful new landing gear assembly.

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I hoped this would help a bit with slightly rough landings, but I didn't see any real function to it. Also, it didn't help with the occasional motor/gyro "twitch" you get if you land with just a bit of sideways movement. Not a bad idea or material or anything, it just didn't help like I'd hoped. I would not get it again.

I WOULD strongly suggest that everyone get an extra pair or TWO of landing gear struts. These are designed to bend and provide a bit 'o shock absorption, and they do it VERY well. Eventually though, with enough flying time, you will break one. NOTE: Keep any broken landing gear struts and cut them off where the "webbing" can be drilled out to 6mm. You can then re-insert the aluminum tube and, voila, a shorter, but useful new landing gear assembly.

good absorbing material good value for the money

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good absorbing material good value for the money

nice fit helps with rough landings!

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nice fit helps with rough landings!

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