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05-26-2007 07:44 PM  13 years ago
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cjm180

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xtr throttle curves
hello chaps
got a ff9, and i cannot get the idle ups to work at all on xtr, exen with governer on and off in the parameters. also, when throttle closed, the engine dies, even with adjusting the trim. also throttle hold will not work at all. it seems xtr is doing what it wants, and ignoring the tx. climbing is slow as well, had a couple of hours and cant sus it, any ideas??

thanks Craig
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05-26-2007 09:25 PM  13 years ago
pH7

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In Modify model params... (F7) you must check On the "Transmitter mixing pitch->throttle" in order for those things to work.
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05-26-2007 10:35 PM  13 years ago
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i never ever got it to work properly.ever.the thing is flawed.all comments are my opinion only!
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05-27-2007 03:05 AM  13 years ago
Pelos

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it's easy:

- For non governed models: deactivate governor option and activate TX mixing option. Now your heli behaves as a real heli, responding to both throtle and pitch channels of the TX. Try in windowed mode and with data display so you can check rpm and pitch values. Then you can adjust atvs, curves, dual rates and all the functions you want in your radio as you would do with a real heli.

If you want to simulate a governor, activate governor option and for tx mixing , you have two options:

- Tx mixing active: the throtle curve should be a flat horizontal line. The value determines the rpms. You can use different values in your flight modes for different rpms

- Tx mixing deactivated: the rpm is set by the value in the corresponding parameter. The throtle channel is ignored by reflex.

I like to have 2 models set in the transmitter, one for governed models and other for non-governed models.
Is there a life outside the sim?
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05-28-2007 11:57 AM  13 years ago
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I tried all that you just mentioned,the engine does not respond properly,the only way to fly it properly is to use the governor.it's supposed to react to your throttle curve and doesn't work properly.all comments are my opinion only!
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05-28-2007 02:25 PM  13 years ago
pH7

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I have a 9CHP and it works fine for me.
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05-28-2007 02:49 PM  13 years ago
Pelos

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Make sure you have the correct channel assigned to throtle function in reflex (channel 3 for futaba). If you set the channels following the wizard, most times the same channel (ch 6) is asigned for pitch and throtle (reflex detects movement on both channels), so throtle will be following the pitch curve instead of the throtle curve.

Hope this helps.
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05-29-2007 01:19 AM  13 years ago
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no it was following the throttle curve,as i had idle up set on the throttle curve,it would never have worked inverted if i had it set to the pitch channel.it did fly,just not very well,it would take ages to build up head speed,as if the engine was rich,and once it bogged down,it was almost impossible to build the head speed up again.anyway i've sold it now.all comments are my opinion only!
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