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08-01-2007 05:43 AM  13 years ago
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SargentMajor

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Futaba 9C super and Hirobo Sceadu Evolution
How do you mix the throtle and pitch in HPM mix mode? YEah I'm a noob and really confused as to how to get everything to work in this propiratary mode. I started with electrics and I'm used to ECPM swash mixing; but I'll be darned if I can figure out how to get 5 flight functions to work corectly. Which of the remaning 9 channels gets slaved to the throtle or pitch or vice/versa? The build manual and the radio book all come at the problem with the idea that you already know what you are doing; this is a whole 'nuther world from fixed wing. This is my first Nitro copter a size 50 and I don't want to rekit it right away! Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Sarg
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08-01-2007 07:09 AM  13 years ago
stevecg

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Hi.
The front of the manual has which channel is which (Pg 14 on mine). Throttle channel 3, and channel 6 for elevator.
If you select the heli type under the model type you should be able to then program in a pitch curve and throttle curves that will work together when flying.
It is actually easier than it seems.
I was in a similar position not long ago. Just follow the futaba manual and it won't be far off.
The best thing you can do is find a club or someone that knows a bit to check it out for you if you are not 100%.
I drove 1 1/2 hrs each way for my first two days of flying, but it definitely saves a lot of grief.
Good luck.
Steve.
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08-01-2007 12:38 PM  13 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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The single servo (i forget whether its in the front or back on the evo) gets plugged into the elevator channel. The two opposing swash servos get plugged into the aileron and pitch channels (6 is pitch)

The throttle goes into channel 3. The pitch/throttle curves do all the mixing.

SR3 will be your swash plate type.
Andy
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08-01-2007 01:03 PM  13 years ago
z11355

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Barracuda,

no, he's talking about HPM (std mode, SR1) not SWM (SR3).

the servo in front of the machine is pitch.

the servo above that which moves the swash front/back is elevator

the servo on the other side is aileron

it's pretty obvious once you start the radio setup phase of the build.
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08-01-2007 01:30 PM  13 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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Oh! They confuse me with all their acronyms!Andy
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