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- ADIO CONTROLLED 32 SIZE ENGINE POWERED HELICOPTER
CONCEPT 30 DX
e THE CONCEPT 30 DX IS EQUIPED WITH HEAVY ALUMINUM FLYBAR
PADDLES PROVIDING EXCELLENT STABILITY FOR THE NOVICE PILOT.
* DDF STYLE ROTOR HEAD FOR OUTSTANDING STABILITY.
» FLEXIBLE LANDING GEAR TO ABSORB HARD LANDINGS.
* EASY STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
E
« COMPOSITE FIBERGLASS-FOAM BLADES FOR EXCELLENT BALANCE
AND C.G. (27% FROM THE LEADING EDGE.).
* EASY ACCESS CONE STARTING SYSTEM.
o FLEXIBLE POLYPROPYLENE BODY WITH COMPOSITE MAIN
STRUCTURE. THE MOST DURABLE HELICOPTER AVAILABLE.
* THE CONCEPT 30 DX COMES WITH 18 BALL BEARINGS.
Radio : 4 to 5 Channel and Gyro (Not Included)
“gl 5% to 15% Nitro (Not Included)
arting Accessories: Starter, Starter Battery , Glow PE TE ea
Plug Ciip.etc. (Not Included) — SO N
RI WARNING >
El This Radio Controlled Helicopter is not a toy! It is a complex}. |
W machine that is capable of serious bodily harm and property|
damage. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AND YOURS}.
ra ALONE: to complete this kit correctly, properly install all К/С.
:““icomponents, and test fly the helicopter. IF YOU ARE JUST}.
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3 Pa A ES + HOBBY SHOP OR WRITE TO THE ACADEMY OF MODEL
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TE | ENTIRE CONTENTS 6 1992, Homsior | INC. v2.0
I KIT No. 4089
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BEFORE BEGINNING TO BUILD
BEFORE BEGINNING TO BUILD THE CONCEPT 30 DX,
MAKE SURE IT'S THE RIGHT MODEL FOR YOU!
We want your experience at building this model to be a
success. So before you remove any parts from their
packages and begin assembly:
* Read through the entire manual carefully to make sure
that you are thoroughly acquainted with the model and
know what you are undertaking.
* If for any reason you think this model may not be for you,
Please Note: Your hobby dealer cannot accept a model
kit for return after assembly has begun. Return it
immediately if you have doubts or concerns.
The Kyosho Concept 30 DX 1s a sophisticated, high-
performance gas powered helicopter with many moving
parts. Unlike radio-control airplanes, this style kit
requires more general maintenance and patience to
operate successfully. But if you're ready for fast, exciting
ying... and welcome the chance to know your helicopter
inside and out. you're ready for the Kyosho
Concept 30 DX.
DON'T LOSE YOUR PARTS
This Kyosho instruction manual uses a cross reference
system to help you locate all of the bagged parts. DO NOT
open each bag and dump out the parts. Carefully remove
the header card from the bag and discard the staple. Slip
the header card into the bag or tape it to the outside of the
bag so that the bag number shows. On pages 35 and 36 is a
list of what is in each bag. These bag numbers will prove
invaluable when locating parts.
Header Card Bag Number
ELE ATEN
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Slip Inside Or Tape To Outside
In each step of assembly each part will be labeled with 1)
The part number, 2) Part name and 3) Bag Location.
Part Part Name
——— 6 T—
PURCHASING PARTS FOR YOUR KIT
On Pages 30 thru 34 you will find a complete list of
replacement and optional parts. If by chance you need to
replace a part, consult this guide for manufacturer stock
numbers and contents.
FINDING THE SMALL PARTS
In the left margin of each page you will find a directory of small
parts that will be used in each step. For ease of identification,
these parts are shown actual size enabling you to place a screw
directly on the picture to ensure you have selected the appropriate
size,
Type of Screw Quantity Used
In This Step
Size of Screw
NX X M
M3 x 10 S/T Screw (2) (mim
FINDING THE CORRECT SCREWS AND
WASHERS IN THIS KIT
All nuts and bolts used throughout this kit are metric size.
Therefore, some of the notations may not be familiar to you.
An M3 nut is a 3 millimeter (3mm) nut. An M3 x 15 screw
is 3mm in diameter and 15mm long. Some round parts
may be labeled as a "M4 Washer" (a washer with a 4mm
inside diameter) or a "3mm Bushing” (a bushing with a
3mm inside diameter). At various points throughout the
manual these parts are labeled and pictured in their actual
size on the left hand side of the the page. For your
reference,1 millimeter equals approximately .039 inches.
Also on page 10 a metric ruler is provided.
M3x15 Screw M4 Washer
| 1Smm |
— 4mm
Bin
A few different types of screws are used in the construction
of your model. Here are some examples and how they will
be indicated in the instructions for example, Self Tapping
will simply be S/T screw.
Self Tapping (S/T)
Has a tapered end
| Y care Thread
A self tapping screw has a coarse thread and is used to screw
into plastic. Be careful not to tighten the screw too much. This
may strip the plastic.
Screw
(mmm поете
Screws have a fine thread and are used with nuts most of the
time, They are for high stress joints where strength is required.
Flat Head Screw (F/H)
Has a tapered
head
a head screws have a fine thread and a tapered head. This
allows the head of the screw to be flush with the part it is
holding so that the screw does not catch on anything.
Set Screw
Has a socket
head
Set Screws have a socket head that takes a hex wrench in order
to turn. These are for areas that require tight joints where
normal screws may strip out.
N — HELPFUL HINTS
Some precautions need to be observed when building your
Kyosho kit to avoid problems:
1.) Take your time and read the instruction manual
thoroughly. It's not how fast you can assemble the kit
but how well it flies once it is assembled.
2.) Try to avoid working over a shag ¢ t. In the event
that a small part or screw should fall onto the carpet, it
will be difficult to find.
3.) Place a mat or towel on the work surface where you will
be building thé kit. This will prevent parts from rolling
off and will protect the work surface at the same time.
4.) carton to separate screws, nuts,
Use a muffin tin or eg
mi make it easier to locate the
washers, ete. This wi
correct part.
WARNING: Avoid getting products like motor
cleaner or serew lock (Locktite, Zap-Lock) on the
plastic parts. They can melt the plastic which will
damage the model.
5.)
b.) Avoid flying the helicopter in very cold temperatures.
Both plastic and metal parts become brittle at low
temperatures. In addition, grease, oil and fuel become
thick causing premature wear and deficient
performance.
7.)
8.)
Remove all flashing from parts before assembly.
Trial fit all parts to ensure proper fit before attaching
them permanently,
9.) Do not use excessive force when tightening self tapping
type screws into plastic. Overtightening will cause the
threaded portion of the plastic to strip. It is
recommended to stop tightening when some resistance
is felt after the threaded portion enters the plastic.
CORRECT INCORRECT
Threads Stripped | +
IMPORTANT: Note the Grease and Screw cement
symbol throughout the manual and apply where shown.
In
au.)
11.) Avoid using power screwdrivers when assembling your
kit. They tend to overtighten screws.
12.) IMPORTANT: The Control Rods and Ball Ends have
the word "Kyosho" on them. The "Kyosho" must face
outward.
HOBBICO HELICOPTER SUPPORT &
SERVICE LINE
217-398-2834
Our knowledgeable technical staff is available to answer all
your questions through our Helicopter Suppport and Service
Line. If you have any questions on setting up your Concept
30 DX, or encounter problems during assembly, give us a call
weekdays between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST.
SPECIAL SYMBOLS YOU WILL SEE
Certain symbols are used throughout the instructions. Pay
attention to their location.
6 Points where Grease should be applied.
Points where Screw Cement must be used-
REQUIRED TOOLS
THESE ARE INCLUDED IN THE KIT.
J,
Hex Wrench Set
Grease af В
Screw Cement PA Een Cr Е
THESE ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE KIT.
Drill and smali drill bit set.
Hobby Knife (XACR4320)
TS
Needle Nose Pliers (XACR2680)
y
Sram and 10mm Nut Driver (KYOC6390)
LE)
Phillips Screwdriver
= T 5)
WARRANTY INFORMATION
WHAT THE CONCEPT 30 DX
WARRANTY MEANS TO YOU
* For 90 days after you purchase your Concept 30
DX, Kyosho will either repair or replace, at no
charge, any incorrectly made part.
* Make sure you SAVE THE RECEIPT OR
INVOICE you were given when you bought
your model! It's your proof of purchase - and we
must see it before we can honor the warranty.
* To send your Concept 30 DX in for repairs
covered under warranty, you should send your
helicopter to Kyosho's authorized U.S. repair
facility:
Hobby Services
1610 Interstate Drive
Champaign, Illinois 61821
Attn. Service Department
Phone: (217) 398-0007
* For details on your return, be sure to follow
steps 1-4 under the "Repair Service Available
Anytime" section.
Limit of our Liability:
Our liability under this warranty is limited to the
repair or replacement of defective parts hy Hobby
Services and does not include cost of shipping to
us. Hobby Services does pay the shipping expense
to return warranty items to you.
Exclusion and/or Voidance of Warranty:
This warranty does not apply to damage or defects
resulting from misuse, abnormal service, damage
in shipment or damage resulting from a crash.
The warranty is voided if the model is modified,
altered, or repaired by anyone other than Hobby
Services. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may have other rights that vary
from state to state within the U.S. We are sorry,
but we cannot be responsible for crash damage
and/or resulting loss of kits, engines, accessories,
etc.
REPAIR SERVICE AVAILABLE
ANYTIME
e After the 90-day warranty has expired, you can
still have your Concept 30 DX repaired for a small
charge by the experts at Kyosho's authorized U.S.
repair facility.
Hobby Services
1610 Interstate Drive
Champaign, Illinois 61821
Attn. Service Department
Phone: (217) 398-0007
* To speed up the repair process, please follow the
instructions listed below:
1.) Under all circumstances, return the ENTIR.
system: Car and Radio.
Disconnect the receiver battery switch
harness, and make sure the transmitter 1s
turned off. Make sure all batteries are
disconnected and any fuel drained.
2.)
Send written instructions which include;
a list of all items returned, a THOROUGH
explanation of the problem and the service
needed, and your phone number where you
can be reached during the day. If you expect
your repair to be covered under warranty, be
sure to include proof of date of purchase (your
store receipt or purchase invoice).
3.)
4.) Also include your full return address.
Repair charges and postage may be prepaid or
billed C.O.D. Additional postage charges will be
applied for non-warranty returns. All repairs
shipped outside the United States must be
prepaid in U.S. funds only.
| | PARTS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THIS KIT
4 or 5 Channel Radio
(Helicopter Type Recommended)
FUTK10" SNLH With 4-5148 Servos)
{(KTOJ50"" Advance 6-Channel Helicopter
Radic With 5-Servos and 1000 mAh
Receiver Battery)
o LF
Fuel Filter(SULQZ387)
Starter (HCAP3200)
12V Starter Battery (HCAPOS00)
1.5 Battery
(For Glow Plug) rs
{ЕМЕР 1270} | .
¿Ue
Glow Plug Clip (HCAP2500
10-15% Glow Fuel (COOP1112) ug Clie | ) Fuel Pump (HCAP3010)
| ASSEMBLY STEPS (ASSEMBLE ALL STEPS IN ORDER AS SHOWN) |
FJ] STABILIZER SEE-SAW ASSEMBLY Make sone the 5 STABILIZER SEESAW
Screw the sel cre in but do not ho faces + {HE-1)
tighten u 4 out. ом
= e Gé
MAnE=Set Screw (1) lee HEX WRENCH _'eBall End @ A
TU Smad (1.5MM) N «au J (> FRY
4: Stabilizer Control Rod Ce) * Stabiliz | AA
| itizer o
— “Mixa Assemble two Control Rod % A Xx
SET SCREW Stabilizer Control Rods ' MN
to the size shown \
7: HILLER CONTROL LEVER below v * ig we y NT J
(HE-13 A ge
CONTROL LEVER BUSHING ACTUAL SIZ) ¢ STABILIZER CONTROL ROD, |
(HE-1) “Kyosho” faces ou. A
INSTALLATION OF THE STABILIZER PADDLES
Sy SE
Make sure thal the paddles are positioned as shown In
this picture.
HEX WRENCH w STABILIZER PADDLE (SE)
(1.5MM) ROTOR DIRECTION
X Install but do nod
art until
Screw on the mon paddies to 30mm from
3s STABILIZER PADDLE ох” j the end of the fiy bar.
(HE-4)
= SEE-SAW BUSHING Te : X
€. — (HE-4).._ Peu, & | » STABILIZER PADDLE (SE)
30mm / и EA HE-2)
Hold the M3 Nut in the paddle and -
screw on lo 30mm. ° f = “чу
Install but dé not tighten until .“.
Step 15.
“Ag M3x4S5ETSCREW
/ .
à JB 6
Wi 4 SET SCREW 2] Sy | |
@ — M3NUT a por
M3 NUT... ... 2 | la Sr A ce LS
= DX <A = Ш
| 8 30mm a.” Ts 7 Tr
o ES > 1 STABILIZER PADDLE
(HE-4)
ASSEMBLY OF THE FEATHERING SHAFTS
1% FLAPPING HINGE BUSHING
Assernble twa sets of these. | (HE-1}
M3x8 Hex Head © FLAPPING PIN.{3 x 18)
SCTEW = + == a + = = 2 (HE-1)
M3 x 8 WASHER . . .2 ® 1350 BEARING S Y
Assembled View
M3 x 8 WASHER i» FEATHERING SHAFT т
(НЕ-1)
1% FLAPPING DAMPER
(HE-1)
M3x8 Hex 13 BRG SPACER
Head Sc S (HE-4)
= > tm JD GRIP SPACER
(HE-4)
ASSEMBLY OF THE MAIN ROTOR GRIPS ?
M2.6 x 12 SCREW
M2.6 x 12 SCREW . 8 3 MAIN eN GRIP (A) Assembie mo sets of these.
M2.6 NUT ...... 8
# MAIN ROTOR GRIP (B)
(HE-1)
M2.6 NUT ——@
INSTALLING ROTOR HEAD (A)
Assemble in steps.
И НЕХ WRENCH
‘ (1.5MM) ?
<> Вой
ED HILLER a
ver f
(STEP2) © х |
æ e
. © 2 ROTOR HEAD (A)
> e (HE-3}
The distance of the Fiybar be- г, У
ween the paddies should be
> e A
about 318-320 mm. ° -
> a
se STEP A у > STABILIZER PADDLES
O (STEP?)
Step 2 +
Make that both Stabili Paddles & nd the Hiller Control Lever
Step 1 ® are lined up In the same plane as a
Move the Fiybar so distances (X) and [Y] are equal. Then tighten
the center set serew. Hold onto the Rotor Head (A) and balance the
Flybar. Should Sine up.
HILLER /
Make sure that the Fiybar Is horizontal. M noi, balance it using PADDLE CONTROL PADDLE
decals or tape on the higher paddle.
6 ROTOR HEAD COMPLETION
Step 1
install Rotor Head (Bl. М2.6 х 12 SCREW
You may drill 2 small hole here do access
M3x4 set screw for eacier stabilizer bar removal. Step 2
kr)
T HOTOR HEAD (B)
(HE-1)
Assembile two of each rods 16
the lengths shown below.
{9 BALL END
(HE-3)
Y FLYBAR CONTROL
ROD (HE-3)
ACTUAL SIZE
mm ————
(ACTUAL SIZE) |
PITCH CONTROL ROD
®
O me TEEN О
„— 22m —
AT Ñ a: FLYBAR CONTROL ROD
… FLYBAR CONTROL |
SrOD .. ..... IMPORTANT: A
Rpm Make sure the
PITCH CONTROL | "Kyosho" faces
ROD ........ out. Step 3
Oo 5
RIGHT WRONG | BERN
East
SWASHPLATE ASSEMBLY Step ! DX -SE (BOTH)
Do not overtighten
M2x 1? Hex Head DX the Hex Head MAST ASSEMBLY Make sure that al! inkages move freely.
Screw ........ 2 Эстем.
[HE-2] MIXING LEVER
(Al! parts are found in this bag.) BUSHING CYCLIC MIXING
22 MIXING LEVER y
xCYCLIC M3x12 Hex Head ‘ IMPORTANT: LEVER BASE
PIN (M2 x10) Lubricate
frequently
M2 x6 WASHER. . 4
OLLECTIVE
(9) 4 CYCLIC LEVER UN PITCH SLIDER
(HE-8)
M3 x6 WASHER. . 4 | ” CYCLIC LEVER 7 L See the exploded
M2x12 Hex Head BUSHING (A) view for the DX
©) a хое Рех Гтев M2 x 6 WASHER Pitch Slider.
rew . erro era rene eee anes eames eee MIXING
MIXING LEVER Do not cvertight
BUSHING .....2| SE the Hextlead © Step 1 Step 2
© [| Screws. MAST ASSEMBLY tep
[ME-2] Snap on both sides, part #24 as shown,
a LEVER BUSHING (A) (AH parts are found in his bag.) . BEARING WASHER
ee ee à 2
© J # 3x 6MM BEARING {SE} ^^
M3x 12SCREW 3. 7" |
M3x12 Hex Head CYCLIC PIN _ / |
Screw . .....—.. ai * M2. 10” > | 7%
| fa) |
a COLLECTIVE |
| | y \ PITCH SLIDER
Do +» CYCLIC LEVER BEARING (HE-8) | / Ш
LINK a \, COLLAR {SE) | SWASHPLATE | Snap on.
% ASSEMBLY
i CYCLIC LEVER {SE) :
M3x12 Hex Head Screw
-7-
8 MAIN GEAR INSTALLATION
Step | Step
M3 x 8 F/H SCREW .4 | M3x8F/HSCREW ——Y ¥
M3x18 Hex Head Screw
LL 2 1110 6 1
FEE EE 4} MAIN GEAR
{HE-4)
M3 NYLON NUT. . .1 pc the Mae
shown.
=A Only tighten M3 Nut
unl В в “snug.”
ib ONE WAY HOUSING —
(HE-4) M3 NYLON NUT M3x18 Hex Head
Screw
“6 ONE WAY SHAFT
(HE-4}
De not overtighien the
3 MAST STOPPER RING M3x18 Hex Head Screw.
(HE-4)
[e] MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY
Make sure that you install the threaded
Inserts in their proper holes.
= Make sure that all E-Clips are properly sealed.
po. RO,
Press inthe M2 x 14
Link Pin through the SI:
Link Rod and into
the Elevator Lever. ЧА
M3x12
3x12 Hex Head » Be extra careful with the E-Clips; they can be
Screw
st ELEVATOR LINK easly lost.
(HE-6) 25
3% M2 x 14 E-CLIP (E- 70
M3 x 15 S/T SCREW .3 LINK PiN @ LEVER PIN
(free
M3 x 18 5/T SCREW .1
N 78 E-CLIP £35
M3x17 Hex Head
KYOSHO ¿? ELEVATOR LEVER Screw
A
M3 NYLON NUT. . .4 | M3x 15 S/T SCREW ( 7
а N 3 BODY MOUNT (HE-13) e ;
(3 {| | M3x12 Hex Head Screw = 3 NYLON NUT
M3x8WASHER...1
E-CLIP (E-2.5) . . . 4
# BODY MOUNT
(HE-t3)
M3 x 18 S/T SCREW
EE
|
M3x8
№ WASHER
¥ AILERON LEVER
(HE-6)
>> J
, THREADED
fT INSERT (1)
{НЁ-7)
® THREADED INSERT
{S) (HE-7) (PLASTIC)
| %3 LEVER PIN j
(HE-6)
д > И 1 LEVER BUSHING (B)
CAPI, € PITCH LEVER f | (HE-6)
© (HE-6) > |
E-CLIP (E-20) N у) м МАМ FRAME (L)
si MAIN FRAME (R) 25 (HE-7}
(HE-7)
EDI) FRAME ASSEMBLY
» SUB FRAME
{H3062)
Assemble the three pieces as
shown.
|
Qt
M3 x18 S/T SCREW .2
(pon
1 M3 x 12 S/T SCREW .4
M3 x 18 5/T SCREW
ss FRONT FRAME RETAINER
(H3062)
M3 x 12 S/T SCREW
¥ FRONT FRAME
(H3062)
11 ENGINE PREPARATION
Remove Drive Washer from the en-
gine. Ît is not needed.
Install the cluich, cooling
fan, starter cone, elc.. as
shown at right,
The updated Concept 30 DX Kit
comes with a Drive Gear with a brass
ring and fiber liner. Glue the liner to
the Drive Gear wilh J.B. Weld or Slow
{Cure Epony only.
M2.6 x65/T SCREW 2
M2.6 x 10 5/T SCREW 6
(huso
M3Ix 16 Hex Head Screw
e ETE UE
6MM WASHER. ...1
O
7
-—
s COOLING FAN --— it STARTER CONE
Step 1 MES) (MÉS)
#¥ CLUTCH ‚-— M2.6 x 6 $/T
{HE-5) SCREW
> {Included with Engine)
E). 1680 BEARING 6MM WASHER
HE-4)
1 ENGINE
e so “MOUNT (HE-4) Make two holes with 1/16”
CREA drill HH.
¿e 74 ENGINE
7 4 CRANK
5 SHAFT
Make sure that the Cluich
Bearing surface is fighty
; AS q ;
N Zi
THRUST WASHER NS
e rude w/0.5. Engine) A N IX > y
| CA A
AL. N
— N Lt
(À
\
(4e
[EE
M3x16 Hex
Head Screw
FAN SHROUD (R) --
(HE-7)
Belore tghtening chuich, fan
assembiy onto crankshaft,
remove glo plug and ful
combustion chamber with
ol. Replace glo plug and
now tighven ciuich ono
engine,
Mow remove ofl and tighten
prop nut washer onto clutch/fan.
SD —— M2.6 x 10 S/T
Instalt Shroud. SCREW
# FAN SHROUD (L) - +
(HE-7) Я
UP] FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY (HE-14)
A SILICONE TUBE
(SMALL)
TANK ADAPTER ——
1% TANK CAP
Cut 50mm long. To muffier.
—— TANK WEIGHT
46 SILICONE TUBE (LARGE)
Cut 120mm long.
“ле
a5 SILICONE TUBE
E ” Tigh .
first. METRIC RULER To engine. Mm = e led In the tank
0 0 2 #3 240 #98 #8 NX E A 0% <=
mi fale 2H ||) | Cut Hmm long.
MAIN FRAME FINAL ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY Install the Main Mast Assembly, Counter Gear
pK Assembly, and the Englne Assembly, then screw Do Not Lubricate Gears. :
2 < No the Ireme together, 7
M3x12 Hex TR Ou mes
ый COUNTER GEAR
SS ASSEMBLY
A, (HE-4) © o
Put the M3 x 40 Screws here.
=
N
S76
La A
E
© *
a k
LL
1 a
M 4
ty
M3x8S/T SCREW .2
M3 x 15 S/T SCREW .9
(Fumi
M3 x 25 S/T SCREW .2
(rom
M3 x 25 SCREW . . .2
| [A
M3x17 Hex Head
M3x18 Hex Head Sere
| BREE Er ET
M3 x 40 SCREW . . .2
О
Re ci er
M3 x 40 SCREW 8 Hex Head
“ал CQ rew
78 5 AILERON LINK ROD
/ (HE-3)
SCREW
* M3 x 15 S/T SCREW
# Install screws on the other side, fog.
LO
a *
© o
/
—/
J AR o
o
o ©
Put the M3x 18 Hex Head Screws here.
a Install, but do
NX 5, +
/ Snap on. NS SR rot Hghten yet.
oct ¢ = <a
ALA ON
NX TATA
ñ A
*M3Ix8S/T
SCREW
i> OPhownta
Co Pr
я
“Dpgsaa!
Sen Head
SCREW
{or use the screws that are
\ with the engine.)
\
\ * МЗ х 15 S/T
* M3 x 25 5/T SCREW
MAIN ROTOR GRIP
CHECK THE STABILIZER BALANCE <>
@FLYBAR
ag (STABILIZER BAR) (| dc,”
STABILIZER
Note: Flybar segments A and B should be equal. Hold the rotor
© PADDLES
head as shown and make sure that the Flybar is horizontal (0). H not
x). balance it using decals or tape on the higher side.
O == Ce,
«=== "e Ir
| pe —
BAD —
X ==
@ STABILIZER
CHECK THE FLYBAR ANGLES * PADDLE
Install the Fkbar contro! rods as shown below, — . —
IE
т
ils FLYBAR CONTROL ROD _
„
@ STABILIZER
> AD PADDLE
(O FLYBAR CONTROL/
ROD
View the rotor head from the side and
make sure that the stabilizer paddles, the
rotor head, and ihe Fhybar control rod
ends are Hel with each other. if not,
rw, В k= ; =
y A O NE Y hold the and tum the paddies ==
CI To Bs
СК To . > are li up, the Ro A
== x 4 Set Screws.) p.19 a
== Nate: the control mods in any siep "Zn To prevent scratching place a small Aust by twist
seem too tight, sand the bali recep- TR piece of cloth or paper around the ng left or right.
tacle lightky with 400 gnit sandpaper. = Fhber.
[Ii] CHECK THE MAIN ROTOR BLADES FOR BALANCE
EMAIN ROTOR BLADE
M3x20 Hex | .
| M3x20 Hex Head 1 Head Screw Leading Edge Rotation
| A Screw -- - à и
| CREE] E >
iS on)
| M3 NYLON NUT . . 2 п
y Temporarily install the maln rotor blades
O) 0D e Just tight enough fhas the blades will still
_ M3NYLON move in the mounis Nee, ba balance the
assem holdin as shown.
NUT H the blades are horizontal (Oj they are
Wrap the tape as shown Leading Edge okay, if not {X} add decals to the lighter
: Rotation blade,
с = ón
TRACKING TAPE
if decals are added ©
to a blade, mark ¡ts
BAD
DECALS$-e
grip for exsy reter- Hr
ence when reinstall.
CS ы Xx
GOOD
BAD
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REFERENCE:
Main gear jo pinion mesh В determined by
kength of :§: fivbar control rod. Loosen 4 set
screws in mast topper for adjustment when
needed.
Snap the Control Rods onto their proper
Bali Receptacles where shown.
De Nat Lubricete.
ROTOR HEAD INSTALLATION
MIx20 Hex Head
Screw . ...]
т
ANTES HELL
M3 NYLON NUT . . .1
O E
M3x20 Hex Head Screw
t STABILIZER CONTROL ROD
M3 NYLON NUT
M3 x 8 5/T SCREW .2
(fr
= BRACE
M3 x 4 SET SCREW .4 HE-16)
M3x16 Hex Head
M3 NYLON NUT . . 4 Screw
Do not overtighten set M3 x 4 SET SCREW
‘ DN.
* BODY MOUNT (A) | a |
Не = Ly
» ANTENNA TUBE a | 3
(HE-17) | |
® SKID CAP
Give the Skid Caps in place. € SKIDCAP -—— —— . SKID (HE-16)
(HE-16) " (HE-16)
Ca aut
Large 1.00. washer goes on first a TAI. GRIP
TAIL ROTOR ASSEMBLY M2 x 10 S/T SCREW ata A
SD Step 2 Step 3 \
# M3 x 14 THREADED ROD | e THRUST BEARING Un Aa A | Assemble both
(HE-11) ÿ Bore Thrust (HE-11) DP Re > sidos.
Step ! | M3x14 Hex GAL e TAIL GRIP (B)
a TAIL OUTPUT Head Screw (HE-10)
A SHAFT (HE-11)
Use Hex Wrench yi?” 5 TAIL BLADE
wighten. SC (HE-10)
@TAILCENTERHUB — 5 © ;
; (HE-11) с “M3 NYLON NU
M2x5SCREW. . . 2 Tail Center Hub (Do not tighten the
Toy es on isn, от al Pe wo, M3 NYLON NUT
M2 x 10 S/T SCREW .4 Е : needtomove) “a
{Jo w BALLEND(S) a» TAIL PCPLATE Ensure that ball ts linked fa re-
(HE-12) € / (HE-12} ceptade on leading edge side of
M3 x 14 SCREW . . .2 Za * TAIL PITCH RING (HE-12) sl ror. Moke sure that you
| EER] Step 4 a f- u 1060 BENRING a
2 PITCH RING NUT. s 9% SLIDE BUSHING
M3 NYLON NUT. . .4 He, % A ¿NE
M2 x5 SCREW [J UU MIE
__ » TAIL PITCH RING PIN
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20 TAIL ROTOR FINAL ASSEMBLY_—
You may lightly lubricate tail gears.
~~
Step 9 M2.6x8 SCREW.
#1 1050 BEARING
{HE-31}
Fass the pn through Make sure the holes line
up.
7 ay TAIL GEAR
16 TAIL OUTPUT
, | Эх и
— GEAR TAL Ba
# TAIL GEAR BOX { / {HE-11) \ JOINT
(HE- 10} (HEI) É Bo
"a ñ 4
M2.6 x 8 SCREW . . .1 M3x 4 SET SCREW By
(Jue в 1050 BEARING 2 4 GEAR e A ~ 7, TAIL INPUT GEAR
* ; X ane ,
M2 6x14 Se / {HE-1t} pr M4 x 5 SET SCREW (HE-11) M2.6 NUT
OX tew ‚2 W TAIL SHAFT THRUST COLLAR (Before each flight ses-
rie (HE-12) ATAILBGOM a su
(HE-17) |
M3 x 4 SET SCREW _ % TAIL CONTROL ROD
x EW 1 1 SHAFT GUIDE (DX) AN kits have two (HE-17)
Gp (HE-17) DX types guides In Step 3
> boom,
M4 x 5 SET SCREW .2 | _, TAIL DRIVE SHA »
о i (HE-17) A 1
e. NST
M2.6 NUT ...... 3 reise the shal FAP ,
3 “re. i
IMPORTANT: it TAIL CONTROL 7 BRACKET
Liberally apply grease to the ` QUIDE (HE-17) (HE-10)
Shaft Guides and the Shaft.
SA TAN PITCHLEVER
FIN INSTALLATION a 2 Nr » TAIL PITCH
M3 x 10 S/T SCREW .2 Quinua ‚я
M?x 17 Hex Head
SCHW 21 2e 2-2 6 1 [ лит
M3 x 25 SCREW . . .2 ere ]
| Jy A”
M3 NYLON NUT.. 2(0) : : | BN MING
M2 x 6 WASHER . . 1
Mount the Stabilizer
Fin 360mm back P
me fram the front of the -
hori.
+
Vo ? STABILIZER FIN PA) HE-12)
ted msembly (HE-10) / M2x6 WASHER
hole # [OE
shou i is.
? M2x12 Hex Head
About d |
(4° prch ВЕ — Screw VERTICAL FIN
TAIL BOOM INSTALLATION ; Тот ве Саи
"7° to
ol coupling vath the
TAIL BLADE Drive Shalt,
TAIL DRIVE 4 7%
COUPLING
Make a mark that Is
47 5mm from the end.
When installing the After the Tail Assembly & in place, tighten
boom, slide it on only as the four Allen Head Screws marked iy.
far as the mark,
-13.
FORE/AFT CYCLIC
SERVO INSTALLATION Ra
« 5 SERVO
M2.6x125/T SCREW
(rage 20
s 4 SERVO
M2.6 x 125/T SCREW
(Коко (16)
—
3 SERVO MOUNTING
PLATE
LEFT/RIGHT
CYCLIC SERVO
оо ezo elo
pb
COLLECTIVE
PITCH
SERVO
THROTTLE ”
SERVO
The switch mount 1s Installed behind the pich/
engine servo with Double-Sided Tape as shown,
y, Â INSTALLATION OF THE RECEIVER/BATTERY/AND OPTIONAL GYRO
IMPORTANT:
For best crash protection,
Step 1 Cur the double sided tape as indicated fuse the ruler below) eo
BATTERY GYRO + receiver battery in soft foam.
MOUNT [Gyro amp | RECENER —oyno | ho
— x Step 3
м 40 wre an vie 20 Mouni the Gyro and the
switches,
47 WIRE
Step 2 | ” HOLDER
nstell the Receiver and GYRO
Batery. AMP
< OR GS a
= E > RECEIVER
С | a — SWITCH
я > __.—& DOUBLE SIDED
TAPE
FRAME
0 10 20 30 40 bU 60 e 80 90 110 MU 120 130 140 150 160 170 180
dcir rear de ee meda Medea ie a dre ||
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CYCLIC CONTROL ROD INSTALLATION
The following applies to steps 25-29.
| Control Rods used in this step are con-
| Use a hole 10mm tained in Bag HE-9.
from center
This hole may have to
be enlarged with an
“ Turn the radid on.
* With the rims cente, ed and the servos in neutral
position, the servo horns should be set 16 90°
(See below).
FORE/AFT
THROTTLE CYCLIC TRIM
TRIM (ELEVATOR)
à i
\ o
EJ LEFT/RIGHT
Ко \ — ® CYCLIC
y CONTROL BALLENDS
| | ROD The word “Kyosho” should
» Ackurst the [inkusges й ace oubwards.
/ ww зо the swashplate is level SWASHPLATE
| in both side lo side and ASSEMBLY
\ id a (OUR
TAILROTOR _ LEFT/RIGHT CYCLIC — HE TT Shoukdte parallel In ail
TRIM{RUDDER) TRIM (AILERON) — a — не. directions,
q & E
i г fr I
o = - { 7 "E
7 | & FORE/AFT CYCLIC CONTROL
у о ROD
Ad dr # PITCH CONTROL ROD
y © Я; | 7 —
LEFT RIGHT // A 45 LEFT/RIGHT CYCLIC CONTROL ROD
= I | Ъ
26 THROTTLE AND PITCH CONTROL ROD INSTALLATION (4 SERVO OPERATION)
(FOR 5 SERVO OPERATIÓN SKIP TO STEP 27) — py
11; Pitch Control Linkage | LEVER
CENTERED STICK ~~~ À
| A Use the hobes below for Pitch Control
With the radio on, posi- | = ©
PITCH CONTROL the control rod. Rod Hole
ROD
tion the throttle stick in [| . \ |
/
TE
N
the center and the trim Pam A
low before installing the | = === ya
control rod. E a Cm
Но AY р
| kT TH
the ball end so that the pitch lever and the servo —e —Y {i Re) THROTTLE
center ine is 90 %0 the control rod. © BALL END LINE 2 --THROTI ROD
5% THROTTLE CONTROL ROD (Note: Same as the leht/ righ
-2) Throttle Control Linkage (Notes Somme er
With the radio on, post
tion the thratile stick and À
trim ай the way down
before Installing the
control rod.
Flying with 4 Servos
THROTTLE * Double check the pitch angle with controt
CONTROL stick position (see page 18, collective pitch
LEVER adjustrment.
{Use the 0.5. metal carburetor arm). # The pitch trim and ibe trote hold features
cannot be used with the 4 servo sit up.
* Adust the clevis 50 that the throne
control kever is a He wey ciosed.
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PY] THROTTLE CONTROL ROD
INSTALLATION 5 SERVO OPER-
ATION (IF 4 SERVOS ARE USED
SKIP TO STEP 29) |
&; THROTTLE CONTROL ROD
| ЗО hy
{Use the 03.5. metal carburetor arm). |
28 COLLECTIVE PITCH CONTROL ROD INSTALLATION 9 COLLECTIVE PITCH
(5 SERVO OPERATION) CONTROL ROD
—___SHOULD BE | UL,
PARALLEL —— Pam. el
BALLEND 3 COLLECTIVE PITCH
// “CONTROL ROD
Mowe the throttle stick
trim to the center
E
TAIL ROTOR LINKAGE INSTALLATION 8 TAIL ROTOR
CONTROL ROD
15
Asemble In order D
or o ® Zi0mm-——
| M3 x 4 SET SCREW (1) O rod Remove the servo hom and Insert
y C3 the control rod Into a hole 10mm
from center [see bollom picture).
# \
/ (4 HALL LINK
M3 x 4 SET
SCREW
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INSTALLATION OF THE BODY MOUNT
M3 x8 S/T SCREW “|
® BODY
INSTALLATION OF THE CANOPY
Aeserible in steps 1 to 3.
M2 x 5 S/T SCREW (4)
: =n mm rit О!
1 Asiach the canopy i thie body with the
decals provided.
. 2 Make wo mm holes on each side
e where Indicated by Me arrcws.
APPLYING THE DECALS
s Carelully cut out the decals.
* Place them on as shown.
{ fpother
* To avoid air bubbles, start by atisching side)
she canter first and work your wey out.
* All decals are numbered kor eosy reference.
| (1 other side)
. O other side) e [Mother side)
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Make sure that the body
mounts side together.
INSTALLATION OF THE MAIN ROTOR BLADE
Adjusi Hghiness of screw so that
blades are only “snug” in the grips.
Do Not Lock Down,
M3x20 Hex Head
M3x20 Hex
Head Screw
M3 NYLONNUT (2
O E
x, Leading Edge
ÓN I tracking decals are used: Maia sure shot the
decaled blade is in the marked grip.
iE
TRACKING 4
DECALS mes)
COLLECTIVE PITCH ADJUSTME
— —— a ) = — о
Poody adiersied collective pitch, even an error of 2 degrees, can make the helicopter unsabe or unfiyable.
FINAL ASSEMBLY INSPECTION oo acc
< == a sE ) — ——d — the drive shai. (access
| ИТ hole}
Ny .
MD Make sure that the iransminet, servos, and guro work cd 7 @ Check # ail the screws are tightened. \\
properly, : Da
O Chech the motor mounr batis. — A
Но To La] Г] \
During flight, screws and nuts may loosen up. In \\
helicopters, even il one screw is loose, il may
: result ma crash. For assurance sale, please
7 i double check all the screws and nuts. Especially
© Check # all the nkages move freey. the (8) motor mount hex head.
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BEFORE FLYING THE CONCEPT 30 |
Now that you have completed the assembly of the Concept 30, you are ready to
go but please be aware that helicopters fly at very high rolor speeds and can be
very dangerous. Stay away from any obstacles and enjoy a sale flight.
{I is nod uncommon for the blade tip velocity to be near 150 mph. )
YIPE!
SHORTCUT TO PROFICIENCY
2. Jointhe AMA ( of Model Aeronautics), 1810 Samuel Morse
+ Join the flying club. Drive, Reston, VA 22090. The AMA can provide assistance in locating
The quickest way 10 learn helicopters flight Is to join a local fying club that an R/C club in your area as well as providing liability Insurance
has helicopter experts who can help you with fight training and set up. coverage.
3. Check the entire Helicapter before each flight,
Double check all the screws and nuts lo make sure they are secure,
ь* а чо РВ A
a
iJ a
| BEFORE GOING TO THE FLYING FIELD |
Make sure that the batteries for the transmitter and receiver are both fully
cha
AT THE FLYING FIELD
* |f a novice is going to fi, fry to avold strong winds {greater than 10 e Confirm that no one else is on your frequency before tuming on your
mph). radio system.
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CONCEPT 30 CONTROL REACTIONS
TILTS AND MOVES ELEVATOR STICK
FORWARD PUSHED
FORWARD
TILTS AND MOVES ELEVATOR
BACKWARD STICK BACK
TILTS AND MOVES AILERON TO
LEFT THE LEFT
TILTS AND MOVES AILERON TO
RIGHT THE RIGHT
THE NOSE MOVES
LEFT. RUDDER STICK
COUNTERCLOCKWISE TOTHEL
ROTATION.
THE NOSE MOVES
RIGHT. RUDDER TO
CLOCKWISE ROTATION. THE RIGHT
AS THE ENGINE'S
RPMS INCREASE THE
BLADE PITCH ALSO ENGINE
INCREASES AND THE THROTTLE
HELICOPTER LIFTS STICK HIGH
AS THE ENGINE'S
BLADE PITCH OE LE
DECREASES AND THE
HELICOPTER STICK LOW
DESCENDS
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| FUELING |
Remove the fuel line trom the engine and ll the tank to the top. Reinstall the fuel
A fuel of 10% or 15% nitro Is recommended. line back so the engine.
@ Close the needle valve
al the way.
O Then, récpén one and a
Fal tums,
STARTING THE ENGINE |
This starting procedure ls sel up so hai the main rotor head will not sudden tum.
Please follow It carefulby.
Bll Tum on the radio system, (In seguence-transmitier, receiver and gyro).
" Keep the engine control sick in the low position.
MG Set the engine comros trim in the neutral position. Low sfick and partial rim wit
allow the engine to start without engaging the скл,
EE EEE EE LE EE TRENNT AFFEN EEES A EEE
El Connect a booster cable or Plug clip ko the
pd еп ло а ТОМ О FW see slow plug
FEE ARIF Fr FFA A RT IF FARE FA dd I bdr ard dda bE EE Er TEE rE EE EL RIE EEE EEE RA ERLE EEE
ES The starter should num in the direction of the armo.
И пой sudich the bathery beads. Press she starter
against the starter cone and Start the engine. Remove
# fires,
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| ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING DIAGRAM
DOES IT START |
L
{ @'s the glow dip
connected properk/?
8 ls the battery
charged?
¡ Check if he qkow
plug coli is burned
| 15 Fuel geting to
| the engine?
VES] NO ht should be ready
| | lo go.
Fee]7——
Check the fuel line
Raise the throttle for clogs or leaks.
stick 1 or 2 clicks. |
- ГК
+" l=
a
. Repeat steps <
croco >| mem я
for stating. < y
e Fthe engine does not start check the above chart,
* engine should start H there is good fuel Bow and the plug glows
t
brigh
IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT
@ H ihe engine sputhers and stops, the die fuel
mixture E to rich. Tur 178 hum toward
mater D (below)
K the ne stops abruptiy with a dry sound, the
ares 30 len tur 178 far toward
фо {J (below)
FLYING STEP t:
Adjust the tracking to line up the pitch angles of the main blades.
» Start the engine and set the helicopter on a smooth surface well away from any obstacles (preferably ai a fying Neid).
= Stand no closer than 5 meters from the helicopter.
off but dows not
side.
M Check he : E He two blades look as one (A
side], hey are O.K if hey look like they track separate
("B” side), then the tracking needs lo be adjusted.
El To Adjust: Remove the pitch control rod of the low
blades and shorken i one or wo turns at atime. This
increases the angle of attack of the low blade which will
cause И ну Пу wn the same place as the high blade.
Recheck the racking again and repeat this step as
necessary.
PO
cok 2a
+"
27.
CHECKING THE TRACKING
| FLYING STEP 2: ADJUSTING THE TRIM |
As the engine speed Increases ard the helicopler 1s close to take off, you may notice a tendenoy for me helicopter to ip or rotate instead of wanting lo lift straight up. this happens,
show the copler and adjust the rim so le His siralght. 5 ”
E ADJUST THE TAIL ROTORTRIM ——___— ADJUST THE LEFT/RIGHT CYCLIC TRIM
]
i the copier tits right A, move the rim left C. Y it ils
leit B, move the trim right E.
Mri a Id me EE E+ I Ah SV Fr rE Faas narra ambdrdd baths REESE Face sarsas amare smm sr nar drab hdb kdb Pddthd APE CA E AAA
ADJUST THE FORE/AFT CYCLIC TRIM ADJUST THE THROTTLE/ TAIL ROTOR MIXING
+ | MIXING CONTROL
— | an
As the helicopter up ihe resctive hor
6 the helicopter hacelo Up Me och kan Is
retation can be comrolied with the theome/ rail
rotor {rudder} mixing function. See the manu-
facturers instruchons for proper adjustment.
¥ the helicopter tilts Forward A, move He rim
back C. Mit tits backward B, move the trim
lonward D.
| FLYING STEP 3: BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO HOVER
The main fundamental fiving technique of a helicopter is hovering. 4f you cannot hover you will br unable to By oriand. Therefore, spend pleniy el ime practicing this technique.
Before flying observe the following:
El you are 3 beginner, it is helpful to instal à safety bar or training gear for mM When your practicing the hover aways face the wind. This will keep the
easier landings. lail rotor more stable.
E.
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BAA FAA EE
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El When Rying, ahwens Jook at he nose of the helicopter and noi the tail because it is Check the Gyro Direction.
the nose that tums in the direction of your command. See below.
Turn on the transmiñer, receiver and gyro. With your hand, quickly move the
helicopter In the direction of he arrow and stop. A! the same time waich the tal
TONO SETO.
Ne 3
A - RN
1 170 Lookhere e
| A
K you tum the fall rotor sick right the
nose rotales right and ihe tail rotehes efi
(clockwise).
0 the servo moves left and
then back 10 center His
normal, K not
reset using the manufac
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FLYING STEP 4: PRACTICE HOVERING |
Ei Stand about 5 meters from the helicopter and attempt a B A hovering helicopter will never stay in one spot by itself.
smooth Lift off up to a height of 3" to 4” and then slow the You must constantly “read” which direction the helicopter
engine, and carefully land the helicopter. Repeat this will want to drift and move the control sticks on the
process until you can smoothly take off and land transmitter so that the helicopter will stay stationary. Try
consistently. Then practice raising the helicopter higher. not to go to high until you can keep the helicopter
stationary.
y calm at all times and take
equent breaks. This will help you Up
m becoming disoriented and
ibly damaging the helicopter.
a
AD]
+ a
E ma
и = —
i ce Km
“se > . ВЫ ; La
_- =
Once hovering is mastered you will have learned the most important and most common flight technique.
FLYING STEP 5: FLYING CIRCLE
After you have mastered hovering, you may try flying a circle around yourself slowly trying to keep the nose facing the direction of
the flight. At slow speed you should be able to clearly see the Night attitude of the helicopter. Alwaya keep the tail facing away
from you until you are competent at flying "Nose In". To learn "Nose In” hovering, go back ic step 4, Practice Hovering” and point
the nose towards you. Take your time and be extra careful when attempting this difficult maneuver.
8 Basic control of circling | И Mi First, try to control the helicopter
(Example of left circling). a п TN by standing in the middle of the
ci ; circle and fly it around you.
> Practice this slowly turning your EZ
— body to follow the flight path. Do 577 =
Al the same time, 9 Aileron Left not fly to close to yourself, == 7
e Rudder Left a ;
LEE 0 / 3
Reduce the left a AEE
| Aileron once the tum | /
LL AZ has started. | /
ST U De и
= — = 7
= CAT eT FL
Circle with a banking a
angle.
B Next, try to fly a С о
circle in front of you,
>|
———_._ Completion of circle. и т
С a ° LT
~~ 5 Alleron right untill 4
(A CS, the copter is level
to ~~ LE
=.
If you lose altitude: т
« Slowly raise the engine speed enough to maintain
level flight.
* Give slight backward cyclic (elevator)
* Doing one or both of these should raise the height.
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FLYING STEP 6: LANDING
Landing is performed by fying into the wind and gradually guiding the helicopter towards the landing spot. Once you have alarted forward flight,
the most common mistake is forgelting that you must return to hovering before landing. Landing requires more power as you near the ground.
El Basic landing control
M Landing approach angle.
Position the helicopter sa
it will Пу into the wind.
Slowly descend
for the landing.
Maintain a constant
decent angle using
cyclic control,
Wind Direction wildy ss
== 7 Increase engine speed slightly and
make Lhe helicopter momentarily
2 hover. Now slowly land.
About 1 or 2 feet off of the ground, pull
back the elevator slightly and raise the In order to perform a smooth decent, very
To engine speed so the helicopter will delicate engine speed changes are necessary.
Landing Pad hover above the landing spot. Then Practice landings uatil you can do them well.
slowly land the machine.
FLYING STEP 7: AUTO-ROTATION
The Concept 30 is equipped with auto rotation system to minimize the damage of the helicopter in case the engine should stop
during {light. Control can be retained by using the Autorctation technique.
AUTO ROTATION
By making the main rotor pitch negative at low throttle, if the engine quits, the blades would continue to spin as the helicopter
descends. Just before touching the ground the engine control is moved to the high position to slow the helicopter so it can land
safely. It is mast important to become familiar with the "Throttle Hold” switch on your transmitter. Experiment and prepair
yourself by turning this switch ON and OFF while the helicopter is on the ground.
® Engine stops.
гу
» For norma) flights the pitch is positive.
„” O Engine control stick is brought
down to lowest position.
en
Positive Angle № —- —
| === === = © Use cyclic control ta keep it horizontal.
; _9 Puli back on the clevator and
move the engine controi stick
all the way up to high to slow
+ For auto rotation capabilities set the me тост the helicopter,
low end pitch to -5* angle.
_— „= — pr TE re
=== — Pi Е e
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FOR SAFE FLIGHTS ALWAYS OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING
El Check thai there are no loose nuts and screws. MU Heep muay from any obstacles.
FEA INRA Ra Er rrr parr RE EE PAAR A Rm rE FE ARF FERRARI NRT FE RFRA RIF FR NARA RDA bal A hn FAA Ebr bah Fra EEE CREEN TN ANCIANA AA ARENA
. IB Do not use damaged biades. В Use caution when starting the engine.
Mairt rolor blades that may have cracked when fying should be replaced.
Diagonal wrinkles are of Internal
dress end poselble smiciral damage,
surface.
o RE EE Fda nbd rE LL EE EEE EEE EF EAL FEE FEE EAE EA FRR NA FA EE Aad a na AR TTF FEE IRF Pd EE EE ba nn ddA ринита ити тр у AREA Em mmm pam
MI Check the fiying fled over before ying lo locate any hazards ED Be sure the batteries are fully charged,
i your guro is connected to the receiver battery, no more than wo fights are
recommended for a 500 mAh battery and no more than four lights for 8 1000
Bad
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PARTS REPLACEMENT |
REPLACEMENT OF THE STABILIZER BAR (FLYBAR) First remove the top cover and then the set screw. Next, pull the bar out.
Disconnect the linkages and remove ihe rotor If you have drilled a hole in the rotor head (step 6) you do
head, not have to remove the rotor head.
the stabilizer paddies.
- The paddies shoud be about 318mm
De (12 and 9/16”) apart, and distances
> “A” and “B” should be equal.
Tighten the Set Screw
9— M3x4SET SCREW
i Center Line
\ HILLER
STABILIZER CONTROL STABILIZER
everest PADDLE EVER PADDLE аня
REMOVING THE ENGINE {INSTALL IN THE REVERSE ORDER)
Remove the landing skids. Él Next, remove the muffier, Fuel line, linkage rod, and E Spread the lower frame outward, lower the
the needle valve. Then remove the engine mounting engine together with the fan shroud.
and shroud screws.
NEEDLE VALVE
127.
PARTS REPLACEMENT (CONT'D)
REPLACEMENT Of THE SHAFT GUIDE:
Drive out the pln
Exploded view of
{the main frame}
E
x
0
О
When removing the
mast, gears or other re When replacing the startet
lated parts, remove all cone onto a new cooling fan
linkages and then take make two small holes for the
the main frame apart. screws lo thread into.
DISASSEMBLING THE : REPLACEMENT OF THE DRIVE SHAFT GUIDE.
SWASHPLATE
Cut the boom on both sides of the guide and then carefully lap it
out with a hammer and dowel rod {or pipe).
Disassembled Parts
EJ Remove the 4 set screws
and pull the assembly ой
the mast.
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CONCEPT 30 PARTS LIST
Key — Ho Oty. Key — Ka Cy. Кеу — №
(D Rotor Head (BY... .. . ........ 1 32 Main Frame ¡R)...... 1 (E Antenna Tube...
D Rotor Head (A)... oe. 1 3% Bevel Pinlon . ..... as 1 Body.
3) Snbilterr Peddles ............. 2 Íb Counter Gear. ea B Coop ....111111 11411
Dhaos 1 8% Secondary Shaft, ..... LL... GB Swhch Mount... ... ..
D Sabilizes Sera 111111111120 ! $ 1350 Bearing. ......... 4 5 WW) Body Moun! (A)...
E) Control Lever Bushing . . . . . . . . . .. 1 SD Tail Drive Cougling. ............ ] @ Body Mount BD)... ....
D Hiker Conwol Lever 1110 3 92x 10mm DrvePin. . LL... ] Tank Ns
@ Stabilizer Control Rod... . .. 2 $82 x 14mm Link Pin... 1.00.02 Tonk Weight...
O) Fiybar Control Rod . . . . .. .. .... 2 £0 Threaded Insert {SY . . . . ......... 3 OF Tank Adapter . . ... ........ ..
18 BatEnd. ............... .:N E Threaded Inset (U) . . .. . . .... .. 1 Tank Cap... ........... ....
1 SecSawBushing -.........—. 2 2 Starter Соле ‚2 сосок BD Seal Washer. ............ Do
TE Feathering Shatl ............ 2 8% Cooling Fan... . 1 1® 5ей Nut... LL.
1% Flapping Hinge Bushing . . . . . . . . , 4 EL Instrucuon Manual LL. LLL LL. 1 {5 Silicon Tube (small). ............
14 Flepping Pin Gmm x 18)... ...... 2 BE Clurch 111111110211 111 1 MO Silicon Tube large)... ..........
35 Flapping Damper . ............ 2 $8 Drive Cear/Cluich Bell... ........ 1 OD Tal Control Guide .............
16 BRC Smacer . . . ... с... 4 $% Fan Shroud (R}. 1 TÍ Tail Control Rod... 11111110
1% Op Spacer 1211110000 2 EP Fan Shrwd fl). 11111 111100 y FPE Lake
TE 1060 Bearing . , . ............ 1 ÉS Tail Drive Shalt... ....... .. 1 TY Tail Control Link...
1% Main Rotor Grip (A). . . ......... 2 JO Tel Boom . . ...............1 úl Control Rod (Tail). ........
3 Main Rotor Grip (B)............ 2 ED Sha Guide... ) E Control Rod Mhromej. ...........
y Ming Base... aaa ] TP Siabilizer Fin... кк. 7 E Consrel Rod Puch] aa
6% Mixing Lever... 2 0 Bracket .... aa 1 © Pitch Control Rod... .
E Cuelle Lever .. ... 2 Ider Bin... . . ............ | € Main Rotor Blade . . . . ........
Ue Cycile Lever Link. 1111111212 2 JD Tail Drive Joint... . } Belews... .... 21111112
8 Puch Rod... ........... .. 2 T1480 Bearing . . . 11.112110 2 Puch Lever... вкоо
28 Mung Lever Bushing... . .., 2 FP Tail Input Gear 1. 1111111111 N 26x 12mm Bearing (SE)... .. к
3% Lever Bushing (A). . ... . ....... 3 JB Tall Output Gear . . .. ..... .... ] BP 3x Hrmm Bearing (SE)...
30 Cyche Pin Zmm x 10}... .. .. 2 MB 2mm x ree Gear Pin... 1 @ Mixing Lever SE)... кк.
ED Swash Plote Assembly... 1 BO Tat Gear Bow IR]... } ff} Cychic Lever {SE}. o
30 Aeron Link Rod . . . . . ......,. } ED Tail Cear Boa {L}. 0000000000000 | ED Bearing Collar (SE)... . .. .. .. 4
AV Elevator Link Rod. . . . . .. ..... 2 Í7 Tal Output Shaft ... ... 1 ÉD Bearing Washer (SE)... осо 8
9% Elevator Lever .. . . «......... 63 1050 Bearing . .............—. 2 TR Pitch Sicher SER. 2 ........ .
dB Lever Pin a 2 40 Tall Shaft Thrust Coller . . .. 1 15 Poach Sider Ring (SE)... . . .. . ..
E Forest Cychc Comwol Rod . . . . . . . 1 48 Ta Puch Lever... . .. 1 ® Stile Ring Nut (SE)... ...........
A Left-Fight Cychc/Throite Control Rod . . 2 PE Tai Puch Ang... кк... 1 WB A-1510 Bearing (SE). ...........
Gb Aeron Lever... LL... 1 ST Tail Puch Ring Pin... 22e 1 Shah Guide (SE). .......
$D Lever BushinglB). ............ 1 À 1060 Gemring 1. 1..21 11122 2 3 x 6mm Besring (SE)... ....
Mast LL о. 1 ÓN Tail PCP... oo. 1 V Tail Cents Hb. 111111121200
8D Prch Rod Guide... 1 SV Ball End (SE... .... as > UD MI x 14 Threaded Rod . . . . . . .. . .. 2
4) 6801 Beading. . . .. _....... .. 1 IP Slide Bushing. . . 1 MD Theusi Bearing .......... 2
di Mast Sicpper LLL, LLL 1 3 PichRingNet . . . ... ........ 1 EN Tal Calp B). ...... 212224 2
45 Plich Shder ‚с... лс. 6% Rubber Band . . . . . . .. 0 1 {Ta GriplAI. 1.121111 111 1100
UL Preh Slide Link. . . ........... 1 $ Body Maur... 1.111111 00 2 O Tail Blade...
44 Puch Slide Theust Washer. . . . . . . . | E Sub Frame ..... ME Grommes . 111111111000
#8 Sicpper Ring .......... L 20 1 BB Servo Mounting Plates. . . . . .. .... 10 UP Body Instaliaton Screw ...... o.
48 One Way Shah... .. . ....... 1 6} Wire Holder . . 2 Ty Stabilizer Paddle (SE). . . .. . . . ....
OP Main Gear LL. 1 6 Front Frame Retainer ............ 2 Dee .
48 One Way Housing . . . . . ... .. 1 %% Front Frame, е ее, 1 Y Mast Stopper Ring. ............
48 1680 Bearmg. ....... 1 22 ; WM Brace ... aa 2 150 Double Sed Tape... . . ... .. ...
SP Engine Mount. ......... 3 Wad 1111111112 5 e Ball End (Large). .............-.... 2
GT Main Frame (3... .. . ... Skid Cop... 4 @ Сей НИ series esse
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EXPLODED PARTS DIAGRAM
(HRI - M2.6x 12 SCREW
9— M3 NUT i | Ï
#— M3 x 4 SET SCREW 3} а
Fo
cu M3 x 4 SET SCREW
»
OPTIONAL (SE) :
.
Gene — O M2.6 x 12 SCREW—§ |
ны M3x20 Hex — ' A
Head Screw ^ +
19 #-1067
H3813 - 8 „= ©
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Head E am
Screw
M3 NYLON NUT
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30 H-3116
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Stock # | Parts | Description Contains Stock# | Parts| Description Contains
Pack Pack
KYOE1010 | H-3001 | Rotor Head (1) £2) x1 KYQEG140 | H-3118 | Linkage Set (A) (30) x1 (8) (9) (124) x2
KYOE1020 | H-3002 | See-Saw (5) x1 (10) x8
KYOE£1030 | H-3003 | Hiller Control Set {6) (7) x? KYOE1110 | H-30t1 | Stabilizer Sea-Saw Bushing |{11) x2
KYOE1040 | H-2004 | Feathering Shaft Sat (12) (14) x2 (13) x4 KYOE1120 § H-2012 | Swash Plate Assembly (29) x1
KYOE5015 | H-3217 | Hard Dampers Red (15) x10 KYCE1t30 f H-3013 | Grip Spacer Set (17) x2 (16) x4
KYDE1060 | H-6006 | 5x13xdmm Bearing (56) x2 KYOE1140 | H-3014 | Stabilizer Paddie (3) x2
KYOE1070 | H-3007 | Main Rotor Grip (194 (20) x2 KYOE1150 | H-3063 | Stabilizer Bar (8) x2
KYOE1080 | H-3008 | Mixing Base (21)x1 (25) x2 KYOE1160 | H-3069 | Main Rotor Blade (125) x2
KYOE1090 | H-3009 | Mixing Lever Set (DX) (22) (23) (24) (28) KYOES060 | H-3109 1 Cyclic Lever (24) x2
(27) (28) x2 KYOEE270 | H-3129 | Bal End gLarge) (152) x6
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EXPLODED PARTS DIAGRAM
î
M3x18 Hex Head Screw
M3x40 Hex Head |
Screw Cg,
MI x15
S/T SCREW {3007
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M3 NYLON NUT
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ENGINE INSTALLATION:
—
. Remove the engines back plate.
. Pul the thrust washer and drive gear onde the crankshaft,
. Grease the bearing surface of the cluich liberally. | (For trouble free operation, periodically grease the cluich where shown.)
. Carefully hold the crankshalt from turning and screw on the cluich.
- Replace the back plate.
. Place the fan onto the cluich,
«Install the washer and nul onto the crankshaft and tighten. H-3221
- Slide on the starter cone and drill wo holes for the screws lo bread in.
A N DS Enva Engines
MUFFLER Y M3x105/T
— E2156 dl H.3021
M2.6 x 6 S/T SCREW
$$ H-3073
са ~~ Ov A LA
$8 1.3028
6 x 13 WASHER
— M3x85/T SCREW
EPri oval
DER 333/
3430 Allen Vend
9. Install the 2 screws.
10. Ptace the fan shroud around the engine.
11. Attach it fogether with screws.
12. Do not put the muffler or Enkage on until the engine is secured on the
helicopter.
M2.6 x 10 S/T SCREW
x1 (59) x2
Aleron Pitch Lever Set (32) (33) x1 (31) (59) 2
Secondary Shaft Beating xi
Linkage Set (B) (34) (35) (122) (123) (126) x1
(10) x3
xt
Rudder Linkage Rod (119) (121) x1
(39) x1
Main Gear x1
x1
Housing x1
xt
Bevel Pinion Gear xt
Counter x1
xi
Main x1
10
KYOEZ120
1 - Inserts
40 Starter Cone
55
Drive Gear
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EXPLODED PARTS DIAGRAM |
PTS M2 x 5 SCREW
| “ао 7 a
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| compound | 3 \
| стык. 90 / Po
| | H 3044 Ще | e
| 2 O 5 =
| м 2045
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| M3x25 Hex Head $
| Screw
| M4 x 5 SET SCREW — 9
G3 13038 —
H” e
— a
A
M3 NYLON NUT
OPTIONAL (SE)
“Le
#3042 M2.6 x 8 SCREW
“— 8 H-304/
à
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M3 x 4 SET SCREW
31-3047
411007
| — M2.6NUT
i
M?x12 Hex Head Screw
M3 x 10 S/T SCREW
KYOC3110 H-3044 Tail Pitch Slide
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EXPLODED PARTS DIAGRAM |
M2 x5 5/T SCREW
И | M3 NYLON
i e NUT
: M2.6 x 125/T a > aa |
8 SCREW NS ZA |
\ , ; e Ds >A
2° a > A Ма "
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M3x8S/TSCREW M3x18S/TSCREW .- Al | AA
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MIxBS/T
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Mix16 Hex Head
di H-3054 -—-——— ab
| LA ! Seren
M3 x 4 SET SCREW
KYDE4010 - (107) (108) xt
Pack
KYQES010 H- 3201
| BAGGED PARTS LIST (1) |
(Check The Parts In The Kit}
Check to see à ail the parts are correctly bagged as they are lisked in the “List of Check the components in Ihe kit prior to your starting assembly.
Parts.”
ME thorough understanding of the assembly will enable you to build the kif without
any difficulty.
(DX) Included in DX Kit only.
(SE) Included in SE Kit only.
Parts Name No.
Head
Stabilizer Seesaw х 1
Hiller Control Lever
Shaft ` xX 2
Main Rotor x2
Damper 15 X 2
Blade Holder
HE-2 Mixing Lever Set (DX) {On Mast Assembly HE-8) 22 E) 4D 4 ED AX
Lever Set {On Mast HE x2 xX 4 x 3
Mixing Lever Bearing (SE) {On Mast HE Эх
Linkage Set (A) 36 x 1 3D @x2 AXE
X
Sei (Вх 2 x 4
Stabilizer Blade (DX) Xz
One Shaft EX 1
Main Gear & One x 1
Mount (w/ Bearing) ay EX 1
Counter Gear {
Stabilizer Seesaw x2
Set X 2 x à
Stabilizer Paddles | ®№х2
Опе Shaft x 1
Main Gear & One dh 4x1
Mount X 1
Counter Gear ón
Cone x 1
Drive Gear {Clutch Bell) té XX 1 (with liner)
Clutch x 1
Elevator Lever Set 32 31X 1 31 5X2
Alleron Pitch Lever Set 33 x1 E
Rudder Linkage Set ae >.
Main Frame Inserts EX] $EX3
Fan x 1
Main Frame Xx]
Mast Assembly (DX) Assembiy / 2D 29 3% 39 4D UN 42 dy 44
aX 1 UNX?
HE-2 (SE)
HE-3
| BAGGED PARTS LIST (2) |
= comen
a VER LEE)
Linder each par! during assembly ts a header number of the bag, which
contains the part.
Do not discard the header whee vou pick up a par from the bag, but keep H In
the bag or tape it down.
15 +68 164 SAI
A PE
и «CM
ALWAYS THL HES]
HE-8ISE} Mast
Linkage Set (8)
Tail
Tail Gear Case
Tail Rotor Grip
Tail Blade
Tail Drive Joint
Tail Shaft
Tail Shaft
Tatl Pitch Shide Bearing
Tait Center Hub
Tail Center Hub
Tail Gear
Tail Pitch Lever Set
Tail Slide Ring
HE-9
HE-10
Servo Mounting Plate
Switch Mount
Front Frame Set
Double Sided Tape
Rubber Band
Tail Linkage Set
Stabilizer
Tail Boom (w/Shaft Guide) (DX)
Tait Drive Shaft
Antenna Tube
Control Rod (Rudder)
Tail Linkage Set
ail Boom (w7 Shaft
Antenna Tube
Control Rod {Rudder}
Stabilizer Bar
Instruction
Screw Washer
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x 2
Y NX 1 x2 x3
x 1
Xx |
x2
X 2
x]
Xx 1
x2
x2
X} 2
xX 2
Assembly (FD X 1 x2) x 1
x 1 X 2 ;
67 3D $2 1] (With the part 87 pressed in place.)
x2 8x10
X 7
6x1 6x2
x 2 xa
EX 1
X 1
X 1
(4) X 1
(48 70 X 1) Pressed in Place
69 x 1
@X 1
x 1
@ @ X 1 ) Pressed in Place
x1
X 1
(AX 1
OX 1
X 1
X 1
x
x1
X 3
Set
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