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07-21-2002 02:27 AM  16 years agoPost 1
kaltman

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Is there anyone here that consider them self a expert on CCPM
I have some small question
I Use JR PCM 10X

I realy miss Kalt Helies

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07-21-2002 03:50 AM  16 years agoPost 2
JRMAN

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What is your question?



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07-21-2002 10:50 AM  16 years agoPost 3
kaltman

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Norway

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Thank you for the reply JRMan
My question is as like this
I am totally new to CCPM
This is the thing I did
First I did make the heli after the manual
Then I get the servos to go correct direction
Used 60-60-60 +-
Then the reading was like this
-2 0 +something high
I like to have -5 +5,5 +12
So I go to Travel adjust Code 12 Adjust to something like 85 up and
145 down and notised -5 -+12 and all ok but the plate was ok when down and ok on top But in middle was no good!
So I changed The linkage so I had mixing arms at 180 deg level at mid stick and used travel adjusment to 120 up and 120 down
And now I had -5 to +12 all Ok
Then I used pitch curve to my needs and had in hover -3 +5,5 +9
Then I go back to Linkage and changed them so all was level for correct mixing 180 deg parralel
And checked the and all ok -3 +5,5 +9 and hold -5 - +12
Here is all ok! The swachplate level and steedy all way from top to bottom! Then I start thinking!!!! Could I just instead of using travel level and leave them at 100 and then used pitch at code 65 to make the correct pitch setting? Let say to 80 or 90
I understand that the best way to keep the swachplate level at all is to
have travel + and - same number
Hope that you understand my question??
I have tested the heli and its wonderfull!!!!!!!!!!!!

Best reg

I realy miss Kalt Helies

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