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Well, you're not talking about a real common setup. It's kinda funny, I was going through all the stuff I had left at my parents' house through the years in storage in their barn this week, and found the manual to the CSM 360. I threw it away, but still, kinda funny.
There's a link to the manual, go through it and set the gyro and servo up. It's been years since I had one, but as I recall, there wasn't anything too difficult about it. It certainly doesn't hold as well as the 501, but it's a decent gyro. On tail wagging, it's the same as every other gyro. If it's wagging turn the gain down until it stops, assuming everything else is set properly. The only thing that stands out in my mind was that the 360 was pretty sensitive to the tape holding it on. THe proper stuff was pretty thick and springy and really isolated it.