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04-25-2009 08:45 PM  10 years ago
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Setup Pitch T-rex 250
hi:

I need know what is the best setup pitch to T-rex 250.

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04-25-2009 10:04 PM  10 years ago
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depends what type of flying you do.

i dont do 3d. just do circuits.

low -3 degrees
middle 5 degrees
high 9 degrees
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04-26-2009 02:48 AM  10 years ago
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I do minor 3D, but mostly sport. I tried the recommended setup from the manual at +/- 11 degrees. I found that there was not enough lift for my liking. Did a few loops and almost touched down at the bottom of the loop. Changed to +/- 12 degrees and it made a world of a difference...If you touch my heli, I'll triangle choke you!
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04-26-2009 07:00 AM  10 years ago
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Got mines set up around 11+/- and cyclic 10/10. i'll post videos soon on the 250.kindda windy in north cali right now for 250.basically,you need certain deflection on the main blades for the Trex250.you dont really need alot of pitch because its very light.for the bigger birds,yes you do.check out clubs and association on this form and look for M.I.flyers. always posting new videos every week.Team RF Frequencies
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04-26-2009 07:34 AM  10 years ago
duceduc

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I am not advanced but I got mine set at +-12.Duc S
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04-27-2009 03:29 AM  10 years ago
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i need know pitch setup this point:

normal setup
point 1-?
point 2-?
point 3-?
point 4-?
point 5-?

and 3D setup point
point 1-?
point 2-?
point 3-?
point 4-?
point 5-?

thanks
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04-27-2009 03:52 AM  10 years ago
Mr Scout.

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Normal
Point (1) 0
(2)50
(3)75
(4)75
(5)100

Idle up 1
(1)100
(2)95
(3)90
(4)95
(5)100
Idle up 2 (if TX is capable)
Flat curve 100% 1 through 5.
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04-27-2009 04:22 PM  10 years ago
jm417

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Pitch gauge??
You need to use a pitch gauge and check your points. They may be different from other peoples setup depending on your setup. Your manual describes where you should have each point wether normal, sport, or 3d. If you want +/-12 for 3d then your halfway point should be at 0 degrees. You can't verify this until you check with a pitch gauge. Normal should start between -3 to -1 and gradually increase to +12. Some people may like a different setup. Check your pitch and experiment to find your liking.
If you touch my heli, I'll triangle choke you!
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04-27-2009 04:27 PM  10 years ago
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Scout you posted Tcurves.. not pitch curves..

pitch curves should be linear anyway.

my max on my 250 is 11+/-
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04-29-2009 02:29 AM  10 years ago
Mr Scout.

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My bad!.pitch curve.
normal:
1)40 = -5
245 = -2
3)50 = 0
4)75 = +7
5)100 = +12
Idle up 1:
1)0 = -11or-12
2)25 = -7
3)50 = 0 flat
4)75 = +7
5)100 = =12
Idle 2 is same as idle 1.
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04-29-2009 03:25 AM  10 years ago
CAVAZOS

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Thanks guys for the information.
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