What I Learned...

For anyone else whose like completely clueless, the point of the tail rotor removal tool is to easily pry the plastic tail rotor off the metal shaft without having to damage them with your fingers... Even if there's a lot of hair, will come right off... So you just brush everything off with your fingers and slide the rotor back on to the shaft. If that shaft has hair, the chopper will rotate uncontrollably... I guessing that the tail rotor controls direction the chopper is facing(?) and therefore can head in(?)...

Ok so now make Sharon point in different directions while hovering in the air but she doesn't go anywhere? I sy -s ep is screed up -continuing in a comment...
ILoveMarie ILoveMarie
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1 Response Jul 14, 2010

So a user on here mentioned the nose weight stickers. I'm guessing they make the chopper lean forward a little and this causes the top blades to not just hover her but bring her a little forward as well... If you had a Vertibird back in the 80's that's how they worked. Your forward or backward control just tilted the chopper forward to backward to make the chopper head in that direction... I think the real things are more complicate but that's how this one works?