I recived the finial piece of my #1 pic.'s mechanical puzzle this weekend One of Criss's AR links I have made the following observationsn, With the stock AR link the head leads the swash by the amount that the AR flexes, this also puts a load on the links to the fly bar control arms as they also become part of the tie between the head assembly and the swash. With criss's AR the swash is "locked" to the hub so rotation of the head and the swash will be in complete unison. The other benefit I see which is even more important is the fact that criss's AR will hold the swash in a constant vertical position in relation to the head and intern the flybar contol links, With the stock AR link the swash was able to move up and down slightly which would have a direct effect on the cyclic control authority because as the swash moves up and down it would inturn "push" or "pull" the control arm links and this will produce unwanted flybar movement and or slop in control. Almost forgot thanks a million Aobid for this and the pile of stuff I now have to play with
who needs a hobby shop? he also got us a bunch of lithium's which I'm trying to get together ,he has one pack flying and all I can say is WOW! stock 295 was going ballistic on three cells what a show.