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02-11-2008 01:46 AM  10 years agoPost 21
tutelar-rc

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Double check your rudder [TRAVEL ADJUST]...

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02-22-2008 08:02 PM  10 years agoPost 22
kopfjaeger

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I figured out the problem with my bird. It was some junky wire I ran through the tail boom to the tail motor. I took it out and ran 22 awg servo wire through the tail. Now the signal and response is 100% better. Thanks again for all of the help Tutelar.

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02-22-2008 08:52 PM  10 years agoPost 23
tutelar-rc

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Glad to hear your problem is resolved.

Happy Flying!

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05-19-2008 08:51 AM  10 years agoPost 24
22crd

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Hi tutelar-rc

am 's question

your got
normal pitch curve = -2 INH 0 INH 12 (40% INH 50% INH 100%)
- pitch curve in NORM is -2°/+12°

this setup good for when i change normal mode to stunt1 mode , Heli will not jerk when throttle around center right?
but when i used this setting , i fell my BCP have some jerk when i push throttle stick to around center

i see in manual of BCP
for normal pitch curve = -2 INH 5 INH 12 (40% INH 70% INH 100%)

between 50% and 70% when i test when i switch norm to idel by throttle stick around center , it very fell differance more ,heli come down to fast
not like your setup not effect.

so i try to chang from 50% to 60% at point 2 in DX7
then its few differance when switch norm to idel

b'coz in fact
1 I need to feel smoothly when i switch norm to idel and back
2 i need to lift up of BCP to smooth by no have jerk.

these just my idea and try i don't know is it correct or not?

How your idea please advise.

Thank

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05-27-2008 12:09 AM  10 years agoPost 25
kopfjaeger

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Hey Tutelar,
Why are we using 9amp esc on main when Eflite suggests 25amp? Just wondering.

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05-27-2008 01:11 PM  10 years agoPost 26
tutelar-rc

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BCPRepair.com suggests a 10amp fuse on the main to protect from tip-overs, so 10amps is only hit in an extreme situation. I think eFlite suggests a 25A ESC just so you don't blow your ESC in a crash.

I use the paperclip mod, so a 9amp ESC is more than adequate. I use a Thunderbird 9 ESC, rated at 9 amp with a 5 mph airflow over the controller; so I mount it on my rear servo to get the airflow from the main rotors. No problems to date...

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