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10-14-2005 01:26 AM  12 years agoPost 1
Dr.Tim

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Does anyone know how to do head phasing with the futaba 14mz?


Thanks!
Dr.Tim

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10-14-2005 03:29 AM  12 years agoPost 2
Peter Wales

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Wrong!
My MC24 will alter the phasing one degree at a time.

Most of my helicopters dont have washout bases or flybars or paddles or any of that other junk. Pushrods go straight up from the swashplate to the blade grips and there are lots of them not the measley 2 you are thinking of.

Peter Wales
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10-14-2005 04:06 AM  12 years agoPost 3
Wayne Mann

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Hi Tim and Peter. I hope to see the both of you at the Nats next year. Tim you can do this one of two ways with the 14 MZ. You can go into the Model Menu and click on Swash Mix and change the phasing that way or you can go to Prog. Mix which is also in the Model Menu and do it that way. Most of us contest guys that fly this radio use program mixers to adjust phasing problems that happen during rolls and other maneuvers. We like using the program mixers with this radio because you can assign the stick as the master. For example: we typically add aft cyclic with right cyclic for rolling maneuvers. With this radio you don't have to use the aileron channel as the master, you can select J1 for the master. By doing it this way any right and left cyclic trim, atv, afr's or other mixers won't interfere with your mix rate.

I hope this helps. If I can help further just ask.


Wayne Mann

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