Introduction

After rough flights the stabilizer beam may end up getting damaged. Without a working stabilizer beam, the gyro-copter will not fly as it should. The best way to fix this is by replacing the stabilizer beam completely.

Parts

No parts required.

Stabilizing links are easy to break. Be gentle when prying them off.
  • Stabilizing links are easy to break. Be gentle when prying them off.

  • Place the tweezers on the sides of the links and pull straight away from the top point of connection.

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Remove the two 6.0 mm Phillips #00 screws from the rotors. Remove the two 6.0 mm Phillips #00 screws from the rotors.
  • Remove the two 6.0 mm Phillips #00 screws from the rotors.

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Pull the rotors away from the mounting brackets. Pull the rotors away from the mounting brackets.
  • Pull the rotors away from the mounting brackets.

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Remove the two 5mm PHillips #00 screws screws
  • Remove the two 5mm PHillips #00 screws screws

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Using the tweezers twist the rotor attachment bracket apart. Using the tweezers twist the rotor attachment bracket apart.
  • Using the tweezers twist the rotor attachment bracket apart.

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Remove the two 6mm #00 screws
  • Remove the two 6mm #00 screws

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Pull up on the stabilizer assembly to remove it completely from the drive shaft.
  • Pull up on the stabilizer assembly to remove it completely from the drive shaft.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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