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06-05-2011 05:25 PM  8 years ago
thenewguy

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I played with it all over the range. I started by going up in a big chunk then adjusting it around in that range. Went from 30 to 40 right of the bat on both ALR and ELV. Right now I'm at 45 and plan on making more changes to dial it to where I like it.

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Chris
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06-07-2011 04:03 AM  8 years ago
thenewguy

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I did a bunch of testing this weekend and found some interesting stuff.

At the beginning of the weekend I started off with straight lipo 8.4V and no regulator. I had a ton of issues and could not even come close to dialing the N5 in. Basically the skids would shake uncontrollably at 2100 RPM. I went back to the drawing board. All of the previous flights have been with my regulator set at 6 volts. I would get a ALR shake every once in awhile only if the head was unloaded at certain RPM's. At 8.4 volt the ALR shake was unmanageable no matter what gain or changes I made in the CGY750. Also the servos where so hot I could not touch them

I reread the manual several times just to see if there was something I missed on my setup. I put my regulator back on and dialed it down to 5 volts. Amazing the shakes where basically gone again. In the Expert menu's on both ALR/ELV there is a menu called 'Sensor Mode'. The 3 setting are Moderate/Middle/Quick. I made sure mine was set to Moderate on both ALR/ELV. I decided to up my gains on both ALR/ELV from 30/45 to 50/50. Shakes where basically gone and now the heli has this phenomenal feeling. Servos where barely warm.

Now that the N5 is really getting dialed, and with the new piro comp update, it is really quite amazing to fly.

My changes to date.
Reg at 5 volts
ALR/ELV gains at 50/55
Swash ARF's at ALR 70 ELV 75 PIT 40

Remember this is just my setup and findings. I like to do this stuff and hope sharing some of this information might help others. I'm by no means a expert on this and hope to learn more as I go.

Thanks,
Chris
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