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08-13-2010 10:53 PM  8 years agoPost 21
adampatrick

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GView will not save as a parameter. But, NA Aux3 does
I noticed mine was doing this as well thanks ncarbon I knew instantly how to sort it.

For anyone who hasn't used a solid g gyro before I think reading the manual may help a lot as I found that the right piro stops were way off when testing and the only info is in the solid g manual, the settings can be accessed again through the gview menu in the pc programme. Plus the piro rate was BALLISTIC it felt like the gain turned to zero each time I pushed full rudder!

Manual is here:
http://www.curtisyoungblood.com/fil...0G%20Manual.pdf

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08-14-2010 01:54 AM  8 years agoPost 22
adampatrick

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Interesting info guys, we are all learning together here!
Runryder's great isn't it!

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08-14-2010 01:56 AM  8 years agoPost 23
adampatrick

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I just wanted to say how impressed I was with how well the tail is holding. I was doing various 'tic-tocs' yesterday, and long tail slides with slow piro's, also sideways loops...best holding tail I have flown yet (previous solid G, mini G, spartan) I still think I can raise the gain a bit more, as I have never seen any waging from the tail yet.
Razz you mentioned you dont have a g-view or laptop....have you been flying then adjusting with your PC at home or did it fly well straight from initial setup? because mine was a bag of ****e to start with!

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08-16-2010 02:52 AM  8 years agoPost 24
Razz

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Hey there,

I just got back from IRCHA, and spoke with Curtis concerning my Velocity "bouncing" mainly on elevator inputs and harder stops. I was only there Saturday, and did not bring the heli(as Curtis offered to fly it and fine tune it! I felt like an idiot not bringing it)

Curtis thought my dampers were maybe a bit too hard, so I changed them today from the black 90's to the red 80's. I also remembered that I had removed all the expo from the "flight tunning-advanced page" where it was 30%. I just thought I would use my own expo from radio( 5 to 10%). Well I added that 30% back into the TG advanced tunning page, then used zero expo in my radio.

My bouncing is gone! This heli absolutely is flying wonderful. tracking is on rails, precise and very smooth, and can be very quick with full stick inputs. The piro rate is super steady, and just holds really solid. I was amazed how large and fast my backwards loops could be made with really no tail inputs, very little cyclic correction. I'm still adjusting the roll and flip stops, up to 39 on all so far-this is where I need the G view, so I don't have to run home to make adjustments.

adampatrick: I used stock tail settings with my desk top. The tail on the Velocity is very smooth and precise, a very good design. I'm using full pitch slider limits, 8900G servo, JR long servo arm at 17mm, Radix 95mm blds, gain currently at 65. I have no waging anywhere, I may even try some more gain. My FC gain is at 62, using SWE 630 blades, HS at 2050 rpm with YS56. Am going to try my black white SAB 620's again to compare.

Brian

DX8, Ballistic FSO, Gaui X5, Warp 360, Vbar

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