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  1. Everyone, I know this is an old thread, but I hope people are still tuning in. After reading all the explanations, I noticed that there is some fundamental lack of understanding of hydraulic systems and what each manufacturer is looking for on their respective checks. In reference to the Bell 206/407(single hydraulic servo systems) and as well, the 205/212 (dual/single systems), Bell has universally asked to have 2 separate hydraulic systems check performed: One at idle -the "initial Hydraulic check", and the other one done at 100% NR- the"Hydraulic servo check". No where in the above answers
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