Category: Solo Pro

  • Magnet Wire Tips and Tricks

    Magnet Wire Tips and Tricks

    In almost all aspect of life, having the right tool makes the job much easier. When flying micro helicopters and quads, everything has to be micro sized in order to avoid adding unneeded weight that may robs the motor of it’s performance. For wires, magnet wires, also known as enamel wires, are a must have […]

  • Charging Clip for Nine Eagles, Trex 100 and v911

    Charging Clip for Nine Eagles, Trex 100 and v911

    If you fly micro helis such as the Solo Pro, Trex 100 and v911. You’ll quickly find that they each employ their own proprietary battery connector. What is an easy way to be able to hook these battery up to your programmable charger? Simple. Take a clothespin and insert two tiny screws 5mm from each […]

  • v911 Main Gear Alternatives

    I was given a Xtreme Productions delrin main gear for the Solo Pro. So I took the weight differences between the v911, Solo Pro and Xtreme. The v911 is the lightest, and very slightly thinner than the other two. Here’s the weight of the stock v911 main shaft compared to the Solo Pro’s carbon fiber […]

  • Using Jim Stoll’s 9958 Jig for v911

    Using Jim Stoll’s 9958 Jig for v911

    I was asked the following: Would the holes for BSX match up with holes for V911 main shaft. I plan to get this jig to make main shafts for 9958, V911, Bravo SX from 120SR tail boom. Well, the jig does a good job of keeping your drill bit straight and true. And if you […]

  • Xieda 9958 with Solo Pro Head

    Many people like the unique head design of the Nine Eagles Solo Pro and Bravo SX. With the flybar on top, it gives it a unique, stable flight characteristic…yet maintain agility and does nice tight turns. So here’s a simple mod. Take the Solo Pro head and shaft. Drill a hole for the shaft collar […]

  • Xieda 9958 RX versus Solo Pro RX

    Xieda 9958 RX versus Solo Pro RX

    Someone on RC Groups mentioned that they wanted to use the low cost Xieda 9958 RX board as a replacement for the Solo Pro and Bravo SX boards. Here’s a side by side comparison photo for your modding/brainstorming purposes.