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HelicopterMain Discussion › When should we need to use programme mix?
03-29-2005 01:23 PM  13 years agoPost 1
martinhung

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Do we need to set the mixing for pitch to rudder etc.?

It seems it is not that useful after the invention of the head hold gyro???

Besides pitch to rudder mixing, which mixing will be the most useful or which one is necessary to be used??

Thanks

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03-29-2005 01:37 PM  13 years agoPost 2
helitubbie

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Cyclic mixing is important if you are not running a governor and doing flips and rolls and the revs die when using full cyclic
I get this alot with my Rappy 30 (needs a 50!)

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03-29-2005 02:20 PM  13 years agoPost 3
Leif

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Pitch to rudder mix is called "revolution mixing", and is a standard feature on most heli radios.

It's also an OBSOLETE feature if you're using a heading-hold gyro, since the gyro does all the rudder compensation for you.

Pitch to throttle mixing is done using your standard pitch and throttle curves. Cyclic-to-Throttle mixing can be useful, especially if you're doing aerobatics without a governor. If you enable this feature, just be careful that you don't overdrive the linkage. Not all radios will automatically limit the servo travel when using mixes.

Leif

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