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08-02-2007 03:26 PM  13 years ago
helidad2

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potosi mo. usa

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after several years of not using a gov or limiter I bought a rev max because I was having some overspeeding issues , I had been flying on curves only and used a sky tach and cyclic mixes to control the bogging . So I bought a rev max and have been using it for several months and I will never go back without one, no more bogging and no more overspeed in fast desents, my heli is easier to control through all the manuvers I am capable of . And all I did was bump up my curves by 5 on all points in stunt mode and use the sky tach and the end points to set target and I have not touched any thing else . It is easy and it works great. Raptor 50 hyper ,9303 tx and rev max
just my 2$
David
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08-13-2007 08:44 AM  13 years ago
ChristianM

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The benefit of using a 100% "curve" with Rev Max is that it will recover the head speed quicker after you cause the heli to bog. Here is why:

You apply to much pitch and/or cyclic. The engine is at max power but the heli looses RPM. You reduce the pitch to recover head speed BUT if you are not using a 100% curve then the curve will reduce the engine power to something less that 100% thus it will take longer to regain the head speed. Using a 100% curve with a limiter forces it to work as a governor.

Christian
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