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« on: July 31, 2011, 12:14:30 AM »
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Hello Members,
This is our first release of build videos and happens to be on HILLER 450V2 ... hope this helps in answering some basic question to some hobbyist here. There are a total of 34 videos hope you enjoy it. (pls watch the entire series before any build)

1: Hiller 450V2- Head and Flybar cage assembly - 1


2: Hiller 450V2- Head and Flybar cage assembly - 2


3: Hiller 450V2 - Flybar seesaw & Mixing arms build


4: Hiller 450V2 - Frame installation - 1

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5: Hiller 450V2 - Frame installation - 2


6: Hiller 450V2 - Tail boom holder installation


7: Hiller 450V2 - Tail block & rotor installation


8: Hiller 450V2 - Belt installation
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9: Hiller 450V2 - Main gear installation & Belt check


10: Hiller 450V2  - Electronics installation 1


11: Hiller 450V2  - Electronics installation 2


12: Hiller 450V2  - Electronics installation 3
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13: Hiller 450V2  - Servo setup


14: Hiller 450V2  - Ball link installation


15: Hiller 450V2  - Swash setup


16: Hiller 450V2  - Motor installation and soldering 1
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17: Hiller 450V2  - Motor installation and soldering 2


18: Hiller 450V2 - ESC programming


19: Hiller 450V2 - Motor pinion mesh setup


20: Hiller 450V2 - Tail rotor bind removal
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21: Hiller 450V2  - Swash level


22: Hiller 450V2  - Installing washout base


23: Hiller 450V2  - Fixing the links


24: Hiller 450V2  - Flybar rod & paddles
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25: Hiller 450V2  - Installing tail servo


26: Hiller 450V2  - Gyro installation & tail link set up - 1


27: Hiller 450V2  - Gyro installation & tail link set up 2


28: Hiller 450V2  - Gyro setup 1
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29: Hiller 450V2  - Gyro setup 2


30: Hiller 450V2  - Wiring


31: Hiller 450V2  - Pitch curve settings - 1


32: Hiller 450V2  - Pitch curve settings 2
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33: Hiller 450V2  - Cyclic pitch settings


34: Hiller 450V2  - Throttle curve settings


As much as i have tried to state this with my limited experience please do verify the facts again... have a great build and happy flying.
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« Reply #9 on: July 31, 2011, 08:52:21 AM »
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GREAT job Sujju sir.I saw the first video.I think I'm going to watch all of them even though I don't have a heli Cheesy

You sounded like you knew what you were doing. Clap Hats Off
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« Reply #10 on: July 31, 2011, 08:58:50 AM »
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Sujju had 18 Heli's and now 4 more of his own brand! surely he should know every bit of it!

I go mad looking at the number of parts hung up in the shop for heli's even the store manager goes ga-ga while he's picking up parts for couriering it!  Giggle
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« Reply #11 on: July 31, 2011, 02:51:57 PM »
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Excellent videos  Thumbs Up
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« Reply #12 on: July 31, 2011, 09:14:46 PM »
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thanks sujju sir
very useful videos for me.... Smiley
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great guide  Hats Off
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Excellent Job Sir
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Hey Sujju very nice video's man I truly appreciate your time and dedication in making these videos, I should say its a great contribution to this forum we all are benefited from it, good job... well done    Hats Off
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Sujju these videos are a life saver! All these days I have been struggling with the TRex instruction manual to understand the build of the Hiller 450. This is just great. Thanks a ton.
However since I am building the "Beginner" there are variations that one has to deal with. For example in the frame installation most of the screws have to go in with a spot of super glue and not Loctite as it involves metal to plastic joints. Secondly never try to use allen keys on these screws. They slip and damage the head. Go with proper hex drivers.
Now coming to the attachment of the boom to the tail block - in the "Beginner" tail assembly there is no hole in the tail block that will take a screw to permanently attach the two. Do I drill a hole to take the screw or am I missing something?
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thanks pradeep..
the beginner heli that we sell is not Hiller, however the same principles apply... pls do not use super glue on plastic parts... use a slow of medium dry CA. 

I dont have the beginner heli here with me but if i recall right the tail connector that holds the tail shaft, tail pitch slider and tail rotor is a plastic one (am not talking about the tail boom holder) and there is a small circular protrusion (if you look in the inner side of the connector) and this circular protrusion will fit onto the circular / hole of the tail boom.
the tail boom holders which again is plastic takes the tail boom part which has no hole (if there is a slot in the tail boom... this slot will fit into the boom block) and just tighten the tail block and the boom will get squeezed / sandwiches between the 2 halves of the block (infact the block holds the boom quite tightly and will not come out even if you try to force pull it.. which is a good sign)

i hope i answered your query (of not pls post some pics or a vid so that i can understand this better)
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Thanks a ton. Will check on this tomorrow and come back if I have more queries  Salute
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Wow...Fantastic build video.... Salute
i am sure if i buy this it will take years to complete... Grin
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I know. Planes used to be so much easier to build!
By the way Sujju I found the nub in the tail unit housing and the raised slider in the tail boom bracket. So that part is on the way. Will keep you posted.
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Hi Sujju
Is the 450 Beginner available with you at RC Bazar the HK 450?
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No Pradeep.. i dont think this is a HK 450 ( i have not used a Hk 450 till date) maybe someone here might throw more light on this..
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Well, it's a very close match to HK's HK-450 CCPM Barebone kit
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__11446__HK_450_CCPM_3D_Helicopter_Barebone_kit_Align_T_rex_Compat_.html

Some of the kit contents are actually "essentially missing" ones from the Hiller 450 V2 kit like plastic nuts, velcro battery straps, foam-tape etc Smiley
Pretty good kit.

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Thanks Satish.
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