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01-28-2013 04:04 AM  4 years agoPost 1
Tbird

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Indiana

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So I thought my sim to real life settings were close, and I was totally wrong.. can anyone give me some tips on how to get Rf 6.5 close to my vbar.. each time I spend a week on the sim and go to my heli its like I have to learn all over again I realize the sim is not gonna be exact but I have heard of people getting it damn close....

my settings in the sim on the following models..

Synergy n5c
Raptor g4 nitro

cyclic 300 deg/sec
tail 650 deg/sec
expo 0

pitch and head speed same as real life.
I'll remove some power a little bit to make it more realistic

anyone know what FBL system these models use? cgy 750? vbar? nothing?

anyways here are my vbar settings on my heli's

Style 50
Agility 100
gain 70
cyclic expo 0
paddle sim 40

I like the feel of the sim better of couse... feels very fast and lose I do not like the locked in feel..

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01-28-2013 05:33 AM  4 years agoPost 2
TMoore

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Cookeville, TN

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Why don't you try setting the VBar up to be like the Sim? There is no way to even start until we can figure out how your real machine flies.

TM

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01-28-2013 06:04 AM  4 years agoPost 3
Tbird

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Indiana

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Kinda what im asking... with vbar I dont know what settings equal out to sim settings...

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01-28-2013 10:17 AM  4 years agoPost 4
wrongler

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Brewerton, New York

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I have found by adding weight to the sim helis, you can get them pretty close to how your real heli flies.

Bill Whittaker

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01-29-2013 11:48 AM  4 years agoPost 5
RogerRabbit62

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Thuerigen germany

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+1

I have put the weight to 7000g
But it is still different.

Do not concentrate to much on the sim.
Fly different models in the sim.

Concentrate on the helis imperfection to correct it.

You should be able to fly any heli from a small indoor to a underpowerd low rpm 800.

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01-30-2013 08:23 PM  4 years agoPost 6
tracker640

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Cedar Park, TX

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Also go in and make adjustments to servo speeds and gyro gains, as well as governor headspeed,
Until it feels more realistic.

--"Flying is for The Birds"--
--“Rave ENV-N FBL, Hirobo EVO 90

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01-30-2013 09:40 PM  4 years agoPost 7
Jag72

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South of Boston

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Sim

it's not worth spending all kinds of time to tweak the sim to be exactly like your heli ...in my opinion..

the sim is great for PRACTICE...meaning learning the timing and orientations etc...it doesn't really matter if the sim heli flies exactly like your real one..once you've trained your fingers/brain to learn a new move its not all that different in real life.

I spent hundreds of hours on the sim to teach myself...and once you've mastered the moves on the sim its pretty much the same thing...you're fingers will know what to do...
it's all about muscle memory

That's just my opinion though...

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01-30-2013 10:13 PM  4 years agoPost 8
thenewguy

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Corvallis, Oregon Where there is liquid sunshine!

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Jag72 advice is very solid.

It's impossible to make a sim fly exactly like your real helicopter. You can get it close but not perfect.

The sim can only really teach you orientations which lead to muscle memory.

Thanks,
Chris

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