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07-07-2008 08:34 PM  9 years agoPost 21
rotormonkey

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No it'll only do that if you add the subtrim after the gyro has initialized. When you re-initialize, the gyro reads whatever the radio is sending at that time as center.

At least for all the gyros I know anything about. Maybe there's exceptions, but I believe that's the way it usually works.

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07-07-2008 09:01 PM  9 years agoPost 22
captb

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Search on the web (How-To Instructional Videos by Bob White (Finless) ) there's some good videos on this. captb

If it's gonna happen it'll happen up there!

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07-07-2008 10:02 PM  9 years agoPost 23
TOSH

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rotormonkey

umm. you may have a point there.

Flybars. Who needs `em.

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07-08-2008 06:24 PM  9 years agoPost 24
Skarn

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Yep, what rotormonkey said!

With one exception though! You can also use subtrim to get the rudder servo arm at 90! Yes, the gyro will ignore the trim thinking that is the new center, but the servo arm is still at 90!

It's how the Finless vid shows you how to do it.

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