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07-31-2007 07:45 PM  13 years ago
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Darren Lee

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Logictech 2100T Piros
I have a Logictech 2100T setup with a 9650 and I'm having a problem with left-handed piros being too fast. Right-handed piros are fine, but to the left it seems like I don't have good control. It's very touchy and the tail swings around with the slightest input.

ATV's are equal, using 30% expo on rudder. I tried reducing the left rudder ATV, but didn't see a change. The mechanical setup is spot-on, with no binding and good rate mode hover.

Anyone experienced this? I'm about ready to go back to the 401.
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07-31-2007 09:32 PM  13 years ago
TomRex

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After messing with mine quite a bit heres what I did, after the initial setup of zero trim (all modes) mechanically trim at hover in rate mode with the rudder atv at max and set the limits, backed off the atv to 100% equal, then adjusted the piro rate in the rudder atv both left and right to suit my taste. Both piro directions are equal presently cept for right full piro in FF is a little off but the overall setting is great. The rotate rate is up to 2nd to last light. The only thing I did was to put the linkball at the servo in the closest hole, before I had a hole even closer than stock locations. (little sluggish) The best part now is with the NEU motor I can do 40' pitch pumps at full pull and the tail only moves a bit. The ole' 401 never was able to do that with the NEU on 4s and carbon tail blades and thats at 3100rpm.Ignorance is the absence of facts.Stupid is lacking the intellectual capacity to comprehend the fact
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