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08-21-2008 12:22 PM  12 years ago
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Bellypopper

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120 or 140 Degree CCPM
Hi All

I am just begining the setup of my Vibe 50, and cannot decide whether to go with 120 or 140 degree CCPM. If I went 140, I would need to mix in my tx as its a JR9X which does not do 140.

Are there significant advantages in going with 140 (i have heard less interaction) bearing in mind I would need to mix in the tx. Any ideas on how to perform the mix?

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Rus
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08-21-2008 12:34 PM  12 years ago
inkspot1967

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are you sure i thought the jr9x did 140?

the big advantage is less interaction with 140.
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08-21-2008 12:56 PM  12 years ago
Bellypopper

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I think the 9X2 does 140 ccpm, but not the 9x1 which I have..

Cheers
Russ
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08-21-2008 01:34 PM  12 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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Fast servos and you will notice very little difference.Andy
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08-21-2008 01:41 PM  12 years ago
cbhelo

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I tried mixing with my DX7 based on a couple of suggestions around these forums, but it had more interaction at 45 angles than running 120. (Pure ele or ail inputs seemed okay, but when you mix them it didn't work.) Talking to several of the 'pros' at the field they thought sticking with 120 made sense until I had a radio that could do 140.
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08-21-2008 03:52 PM  12 years ago
BlueGarry1

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Hi Russ

It's Garry here, him of the Airskipper 90.

As has been said above by BarracudaHockey, if you use good quality high speed servo's I very much doubt you'll notice any difference at all. I have 2 Vibe 50's, one using 120 and the other using 140ccpm, and they fly exactly the same in performance, agility, and stability.

So basically, there's nothing in it, so long as you use really good gear.

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Garry

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08-22-2008 12:29 AM  12 years ago
classic

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I set my X9303 up on 140 CCPM. So I know it has the ability..Which is worse, ignorance or apathy? I don't know and I don't care!
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08-22-2008 01:29 AM  12 years ago
bobbyra

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is hitec 6965 at 6 volts fast enough.
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08-22-2008 05:53 AM  12 years ago
702nitro

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I did 140 on a DX7 and was quite impressed. Well since then I've crashed and will be trying 120ccpm just to see if there's a different feel too it, but I haven't got the heli put together yet
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08-22-2008 06:11 AM  12 years ago
Jason Adamo

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look on Scott Gray's site, he said he is running 120 on his since it will be for all out 3D. I don't know why but i am doing the same.
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08-22-2008 12:39 PM  12 years ago
BarracudaHockey

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Scott Gray flys well enough to tell subtle differneces. Most of us (myself included) don't.Andy
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