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Thread: Double horse 9053 mods

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    Feb 2011

    Double horse 9053 mods

    I got my 9053 about a month ago and from the get go had problems with forward flight. After some searching on the net I found some mods, such as increasing the size of the tail rotor blades and changing the tail motor. When I put the larger blades on I had increased my forward speed but wanted more! I have ordered a np20n motor which is supposed to be stronger but havrnt had any luck installing it. Ive tried 2 different motors and have no forward motion only reverse?? Any ideas? Also would a brushless tailmogor give mme the speed I am looking for or would it be to much for the circuit board? Any suggestions would help!

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    Legendary Member jc heli's Avatar
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    Jun 2010

    Re: Double horse 9053 mods

    make sure that the motors u r useing dont fry the cheap circuit boards they may draw to many amps under load

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    Official Member billybob's Avatar
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    Jan 2011

    Re: Double horse 9053 mods

    My friend those heli's are a joke and no matter what you do to it .They will never be what you want.I did all that mod crap to mine and it still was a peice of crap.I was fling mine outside one day and the wind picked up and took it over some power lines and i losed control of it and it went about 150 feet in the air over a road and at that point i didn't care what happened to it and i chopped the trottle and it dropped like a rock into the road and a domino's pizza guy ran right over it.So now i don't have to worry about it no more.It's done.Buy a 4 ch and learn how to fly and then jump up to a 6 ch.3 ch heli's teach you nothing about fling .But they do teach you about being heart broken because they always let you down.Sorry buddy but thats the truth.
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