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06-04-2011 10:36 AM  9 years ago
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baby_zyklon

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continues to piro after I let go of the rudder stick?
I have had more than 30 great flights on my beastx without any weird tendency. However, I had a problem with the tail this morning.

From a very high stall turn down towards the ground at a continuous piro rate, after about 4 or 5 full revolution of the tail, I tried to stopped the piro to pull out into a backward flight by releasing the rudder stick. However, the tail continued to go one more round even after I let go of the rudder. The extra round was a really smooth and consistent piro and not a whipping motion like a blown out tail.

It felt and looked like the rudder stick was still giving piro command when I had already centered it. It is a bit like there was a split second lag from the stick command to model output. Could it be the rudder servo?

This is the first time I experience such an issue. I had full control of the rudder right after the incident. What could be wrong?
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06-04-2011 04:10 PM  9 years ago
SunDevilPilot

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Is your tail pitch slider sticking? On my electric heli I oil the tail pitch slider to prevent any chance of sticking, which I have had. The glow models are more "Self Lubricating".

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