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plakkertje

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belgium

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What about tbe gain in thr hold,
has it to be as high as possibolle like the swasch gain in idel mode?
i have mine swasch gain in transmitter at 100 and 140 in the tuning bank and no ossilations at al, i will try 150 next time is that ok to go as high?

I flew it today witch a lot of wind,
if next thime i fly the heli will it be to high if there is no wind?
can jou go to high in serthan conditions vs an other?

thx

06-25-2016 06:32 PM
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Dr.Ben

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Richmond, VA, USA

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Crank it up as high as you can for hover, increasing base gain to 150 to allow even more. For aerobatics, 70% indicated on the 750's screen is generally quite adequate for all situations.

Ben Minor

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06-26-2016 01:50 PM
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plakkertje

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belgium

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gain on thr hold

And with the gain in thr hold, must it be the same as in flight mode (idel 1en2)
what i whant to know is, dos the decrasing speed of the rotor do somthing when the gain is the same (high) like in idel up?
must it be the same ore higher or lower?
thx

06-27-2016 05:18 AM
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Dr.Ben

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Run the same gain for autos as you do for aeros. For some pilots, high gain makes landings at the end of the auto more touchy if you have a propensity for stirring the stick or landing with a bunch of cyclic still in place.

Ben Minor

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06-29-2016 12:42 AM
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plakkertje

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belgium

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gain

Ok thx, i will try it.

06-29-2016 05:25 AM
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