Here's an example, you can still have good power in the 80% range too, that motor works well at 80%-100% so 0 85 85 85 85 would be fine.
norm: 0 50 95 95 95
IDLE1: 95 95 95 95 95
I used to think and come and post, whats your pitch curve? I never got a strait answer because there never is going ot be one. I found after hours of messing with mine and found the best way for me.
1. Turn the TX on, and set the pitch curve to 0 25 50 75 100.
2. Have the transmitter on and the heli on with everything pluged in (except the motor), and have the servo arms off.
3 Put your stick at 50% throttle.
4. Then put the servo arms on horizontal at 0 degrees. Once you've done that You will have close to 50% throttle at 0 pitch which is what you want for 3D flying I assume.
5. Then you can go tweek the swash settings and subtrim to get it how you want.
Mine are set for 40 40 44 54 64 for my norm pitch curve, at 0 to +12
Idle1 is set at 10 24 44 54 64, -10 to +12. Make sure your postive pitch curve is the same for norm and Idle1.
This is pretty complicated stuff for a noobie, I spent 3 hours one night messing with. No ones settings are going to be same as yours, unless they have the same servos, same TX, same RX, and they put the servo arms on exactly in the same position from where they turn inside, and have the transmitter stick the same and same curve. Heh, Pretty hard to do.