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01-13-2006 11:26 PM  13 years ago
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Slipknot77327

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Good Blade CP Adjustment Tips!!
Ok,i'm not sure if these are gonna work for everyone,but doing these surely worked for me. I'm going to discuss how to adjust the gyro and POT for a very still tail and what I feel is the perfect Gyro Setting. This setup is for People running the AEK with a 3 cell Lipo.


Start with Adjusting the Gyro First. Turn the Gyro Gain all the way up until you expierience tail wag. Then,slowly turn it back counter clockwise until the tailwag is just gone.Adjust it to where your just out of tailwag stage.This may take some time to do to get done correctly.With is being adjusted like this,it makes it feel not so loose,but has it to where it holds the tail really good.

Ok,Now onto The POT. I have my trim centered out when I did this. I adjusted the POT so that the nose slightly goes to the left,but VERY slightly with the trim centered.Then trim it out from there.It Should only require very slight adjustments with the trim.

I'm very happy with the results I have gotten with the adjustments like this.If any of you have any tips you would also like to share with everyone,please share. Thanks Guys,Denny Kelley
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01-14-2006 01:57 AM  13 years ago
slider46

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So what was your setting on the "POT" I would guess about 1/4 from the low side.....Tom..... No "D" flying....
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01-14-2006 02:46 AM  13 years ago
Slipknot77327

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I'm pretty sure. I'll check in a little bit.
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01-14-2006 03:18 AM  13 years ago
Slipknot77327

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some pics of my blade:

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01-14-2006 11:51 AM  13 years ago
Amster

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Ditto...
HEY...Your CP looks just like mine!!!
I couldn't agree with you more. I have found that this method of adjustment is the ONLY METHOD. Every now and then little adjustments must be made but ONLY with the trim settings on my TX. I also have the AEK, 3 cell 1320 TP Li-Poly and I spit out the cake for the CNC Swash,(It really does perform better) Thats All Im doin to it and It fly's like a dream. I just put the DD tail mod together and Im gonna try it on one of my BCP's to test it out. I really have no quam's with the stock tail, you just have to get use to it.
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01-28-2006 10:59 PM  13 years ago
Amster

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That was just a joke....
Of course they look a like
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01-29-2006 12:51 AM  13 years ago
Martin_gsxr

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Hi Slipknot77327,

Me I prefer to adjust the proportional mix with the rudder trim all the way to the left...

So it give me a lot more rudder trim-travel to the right when the

battery power decrease.. No more adjusment to the 4-in-1 during flight..
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