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03-09-2008 07:23 PM  10 years agoPost 1
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I built a CP2 Bare bone into brush less with all separate after main motor and 4-1 burnout at same time.

After playing around with all the Pitch VS Throttle settings finally got it to lift off. as of right right now at 50% throttle it will take off smooth. at 75% it will be a above my head and inches away from ceiling.

Some where in between on my comfortable height in the basement. (too windy to test out side)

Lift the heli up to comfortable height, tail is locked. I'll do back and forth flights, If I go back heli for will start dropping, slower I move it back faster it drop. If I move forward it will lift up soon as I pull back.

I had brand new Esky blade that got destory while trying to figure out the right settings. So i'm using EFlite flat bottom blade from different package that are balanced good with tapes etc. They don't wobble or anything.

It have Futaba PCM receiver with Futaba 6 Exhp TX.
cheap esky servos.
cheap HDX brushless motor.
CNC Micro Heli main gear and shaft.
Align 9T for brushless motor.
Esky Headlock Gyro
Esky Tail ESC (Brushed)

Swash in radio is setup.

A=80
E=80
P=30

Pitch setup. Idle Up on 50% throttle with 0 trim = 0 pitch.
+12 @ 100%
-10 @ 0%

N-TH is setup as
0 - 40 - 60 - 80 - 100
N-PI
55 - 65 - 75 - 85 - 100

Gyro is holding the head better then stock 4-1 did.

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