Great video thank you! I am unfortunately one of those guys who has/had a dud Helicycle. It has been 3 months trying to get it checked out to fly but as they inspect the more problems they find. I have replaced a lot of parts the last 3 months and even spent $1800 sending my fuel control back to the factory because it was not working (considering that this Helicycle has never flown yet). The main reason for my post is my concern that there still seem to be governor issues with helicycles!! A friend of mine just crashed his as he was busy with the checkout, in that when he entered a quickstop the turbine overspeed and the engine cut - the damage was significant and the Helicycle cost about $20000 to repair. The problem is still there and the governor is not keeping the speed contant but allows large under and overspeeding with power changes. I am now really concerned that this will happen with mine. Stan or anyone else who has good experience on these things care to comment or make suggestions?I reached out to a friend with my question about the low idle screw location and adjustment. He is one of the Helicycle guru's that knows just about everthing there is to know.
This short video was a great help for me as a novice with little knowledge of the turbine engine: