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05-24-2007 04:41 AM  13 years ago
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rozzibandit

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Question on Throttle and pitch curves for stunt mode...
I have been flying for a while but just really forward flight. Rolls, loops, stall turns, high speed circles, etc etc. MY pitch is 12/-10 and throttle set so it won't bog much at all if any.

I want to start stunt/3D flying and am setting up a venture cp 30 to practice basic maneuvers with.

Do I need to have 0 pitch at mid stick? (+12/0/-12) I have mid stick around +5 in normal mode.

What should I set my pitch curve at (5 point curve)?
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05-24-2007 05:27 AM  13 years ago
altima1779

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I have been told that you should be at 0 pitch when at half stick in all modes. The reason being when you change flight modes you do not want to have a drastic change in pitch. I would suggest the following for a 5 point pitch curve.

-10 -5 0 +5 +10 of course if you want more pitch at the top and the bottom that is fine too if your heli can handle it.
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05-24-2007 06:38 AM  13 years ago
Xircom

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you definitely need 0deg at middle point, and as for the curve it's just a straight line, everything else will either lead to confusion or jumping between the flight modes or also un-equal behavior of the pitch ... I actually even have a straight line for the normal mode also, although less maximum plus and minus, but the headspeed is also smaller.*** fly more ***
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05-24-2007 03:07 PM  13 years ago
rozzibandit

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Alright guys. That sounds good to me. -10/-5/0/+5/+10 for all modes.

My head speed is going to pick up drastically obviously so the throttle curves will have to be adjusted accordingly. Any tips for doing this easily with out a tach. I usually do it by sound. Done it for years that way. Probably not right or even safe for that matter, but... lol
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05-24-2007 03:15 PM  13 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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What motor? If its a 32 I'd go down to 9 top end, a Toki 40 or OS 37 should pull 10 ok.Andy
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05-24-2007 03:46 PM  13 years ago
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The engine is a webra .35 blackhead (comp) engine. High nitro with a custom made pipe by Alan @ Weston UK. SHould say will have the pipe. Being heat treated and I should have it next week. Crap jr stock 2 piece muffler on it now. It has been pulling +11 +12 without really bogging much at all. +10 will be perfect match for it.

I noticed I have one blade off a degree (positive) from the other blade. Do I correct that mechanically? And will it put my blades out of tracking?
Thanks for your help so far guys...
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05-24-2007 04:39 PM  13 years ago
flyingmotorbike

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one blade off by a degree means your tracking is out by a degree
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05-24-2007 04:51 PM  13 years ago
rozzibandit

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Roger that
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