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04-23-2011 10:48 AM  7 years agoPost 1
oopsididitagain

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Hi all ,

Recently i discovered that there is people out there who uses mini servo on the carb? whats the merit of this setup ? is it that you can try to tune it while up in the air ? wouldnt that be dangerous?

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04-23-2011 06:35 PM  7 years agoPost 2
helidevil

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basicly what you said, an auto tuner, yes...there are some risks involved with doing this. if the tempiture sensor comes loose from the head you could blow up your motor from leaning it out too much. then again, if set up right, you will have a powerhouse all the time from this "auto tuner" doing its job and keeping the mixture tuned right. another benifet is if you are in a competition (idk if they're legal in comp.'s or not) you wont have to worry about your flight being too rich or lean. hope this helps

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04-23-2011 06:43 PM  7 years agoPost 3
oopsididitagain

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thanks for the info , i didnt know you can set it up to do it automatically , i thought you would do it manually when flying through the radio.

any system that i should look for more information on this auto tuning?

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04-23-2011 06:47 PM  7 years agoPost 4
DOKEY

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This may help, Carbsmart.

http://www.rcmodels.org/csm/

Ryan.

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04-23-2011 06:50 PM  7 years agoPost 5
helidevil

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well some systems like carb-smart and even the multi gov are able to do it automaticly..just set a temp you want your engine to be at and let it go to work!...if you want to do it manually you can just hook up that little servo to an external channel with either a rotating nob or a trim tab up on the top of the radio (like on the 9303 pitch/throttle curve change) so that you can go lean or rich 1 click at a timeor however fast you want just by moving an extra variable channel on your TX (but the manual way is more dangerous)

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04-23-2011 07:05 PM  7 years agoPost 6
oopsididitagain

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thanks guys , yea i cant imagine that u have the heli up in the air while trying to figure out fuel mixtures

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05-03-2011 01:52 AM  7 years agoPost 7
ronmad02

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I have the carb smart on my heli.. I love it. Once I set up the linkage and set what temp I want my engine to run at, I never have to worry about it again. It is always running at a constant temp (fuel mixture). I run mine on the cooler side of things they give you 5 temp settings I run mine on the second one. dodnt remeber what the temp ranges are off hand..

Ronald Muir

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05-09-2011 06:05 AM  7 years agoPost 8
crashagain

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I have the carbsmart on my hyper 50 in my 600 and it rocks.
You can do full pitch climb outs and here the engine bog then the carbsmsart lean it out and see the power come back on.
During hard manuvers the power never stops..

Velocity 50 FBL, Trex 600 FBL, Frenzy V2 FBL

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05-16-2011 02:54 AM  7 years agoPost 9
idigrc2

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Most of us where I fly are using the multi gov pro. It has the mixture option and is simple to set up

I once choked a smurf to see what color it would trun

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