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04-29-2004 08:18 PM  13 years agoPost 1
Razmo

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I'd like to create a normal pitch curve for smooth lift offs and landings of say -3,-1,0,+5,+10 as a normal flight mode AND say a -10,-5,0,+5,+10 as a 3D Idle up for any model I choose to fly.

my thought is, I'd like 0 pitch to be midstick for both modes since wanting a smooth transition from normal to idle 1. Is there any way to simulate this?

Raz

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04-29-2004 09:03 PM  13 years agoPost 2
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That means tuning your radio pitch curve. In Reflex, a pitch range of -3 to +100 refers to -100 to +100% stick travel. If the same model has to do -10 to +10 a second later, let's start with the second problem first.

That's easy because it's a linear relation. -100% refers to -10° and so on.

Its getting tricky with your default mode. We have to cut 70% of your pitch travel to -3° refers to -30% negative pitch. 0°=0% and +10°=+100%

But all this has to be done in your radio software. Besides, from my personal feeling you won't be very happy with your 0° at stick center in real life.

Cheers - wolfgang

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04-29-2004 11:45 PM  13 years agoPost 3
Ninjak2k

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Isn't 0 degrees at center sick what everyone flys for switchless inverted?

~Dan

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05-03-2004 02:53 AM  13 years agoPost 4
Razmo

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Wsn,

As I've said, I understand how to program pitch curves. I cannot make sense of your reply??? Can someone chime in here??

Raz

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05-03-2004 03:33 AM  13 years agoPost 5
Ninjak2k

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Raz,

Run in windowed mode and select Simluation -> Modifiy Simulation Params, and select the Data Display check box at the bottom of the dialog. Now, look at the degrees of pitch being indicated while the simulation is running and set your curves in the radio.

~Dan

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05-05-2004 05:24 PM  13 years agoPost 6
Razmo

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I wonder if it will allow me to set it per flight condition? I'll give it a go tonight. Thanks

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