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10-14-2011 05:19 PM  7 years agoPost 1
cadwarrior

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SRB Quark SG: does it worth the price of 600$???
it's still FM I think,
does it still have interference outdoor like his Quark FP predecessor?
thx

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10-18-2011 05:19 AM  7 years agoPost 2
gouki

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i believe it is worth the price! it is very small but very capable outdoors. my friends who tried it out immediately understood why it is expensive for its size. it flies great! i have crashed a handful of times and only the blades needed replacing, nothing else. i do find the swash loose and the links were somewhat flimsy and it would have been great if it were 2.4ghz but range isn't a problem even though it's using a 72mhz system. i can't say if the range is better than the original quark, but i fly he SG as far as i can see it and it has never lost control of it. it is a great heli to play around with

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10-18-2011 11:49 AM  7 years agoPost 3
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Thanks for your answer and clarifications!

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11-03-2011 04:40 PM  7 years agoPost 4
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Just bought it!, fly really well

Just got little issue with it that maybe someone can help me to do the right setup.

I have made the cyclic trim to get the heli stable (no sides or foward and rear movements) (trimed the ailerons and elevator).
I made those trim while I was in NORMAL mode.

When I flip the switch into the IDLE UP mode, the heli goes to the left, so I need to compensate with right aileron movement to keep it straight.

So if I trim it into idle up, it will be off trim into normal mode??

I am using the stock Hirobo transmitter that comes with the kit, so both normal and idle up mode share the same mechanical trim onto the transmitter.

Do you have an idea why it tend to go to the left in idle up, while it stay straight into normal mode?

My friend bought the same SG helicopter this weekend, same thing happen to him.

Thanks for your help!

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11-04-2011 02:06 AM  7 years agoPost 5
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when in idle up mode, the tail rotor's rpm goes higher and it pushes the quark sg to the left a bit. trim it in idle up if you will be using idle up most of the time.

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11-06-2011 12:10 AM  7 years agoPost 6
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I have disable the motor to see the swashplate movement, and when in normal mode with throttle stick into the middle, the swashplate is at the level, but when in idle up, the swash plate goes to the left a little bit, enough to push the heli to the left.
I think the only way to solve this is to use programmable transmitter to adjust trims seperatly in both mode.
thanks for your answer

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11-06-2011 12:43 AM  7 years agoPost 7
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yes the quark sg is very tx friendly. you can use futaba, jr or sanwa tx on it. there some cheap 72mhz systems being sold everywhere that will be good for the quark sg. just don't forget to set the swash mix to one servo control on the tx and set the quark sq system to whatever system you will use by toggling the switches in it's unit

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11-06-2011 02:09 AM  7 years agoPost 8
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I have disable the motor to see the swashplate movement, and when in normal mode with throttle stick into the middle, the swashplate is at the level, but when in idle up, the swash plate goes to the left a little bit, enough to push the heli to the left.
I think the only way to solve this is to use programmable transmitter to adjust trims seperatly in both mode.
thanks for your
That condition is fully adjustable in the POD electronics and you don't need an adjustable TX.

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11-06-2011 12:46 PM  7 years agoPost 9
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issue with head speed
I have a issue with my quark when im in idle up.
I have more rotor rpm with minus pitch than with positive pitch.
The rotor RPM goes so low with positive pitch that there is no room for aerobatics and suchs.
I fly with an JR 9X. HAve tired to mess with throttle curves but nothing helps...

Thank you guys in advance for helping..

Fulltime helinut!!

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11-06-2011 02:18 PM  7 years agoPost 10
cadwarrior

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That condition is fully adjustable in the POD electronics and you don't need an adjustable TX.
i have mess up with the pod with no result.
First, seams that it do not save the settings even with the save procedure.
2- after saving, the swash plate not straight in neutral,
3- they told to replace the pods to original position.
So it needs to be adjusted again for the tail.

4- the neutral , high and low sub trim adjustments
are supposed to be adjusted with the tx off as per the manual, so
no seperate adjustment for normal and idle up.
Bu it clearly seams that the heli store 2 differents trim settings for both mode, but don't know how to enter and adjust specific mode.

Any idea?

Thx!

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11-06-2011 03:00 PM  7 years agoPost 11
TMoore

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The instructions are actually pretty good for a Japanese model and the translation is understandable. The POD allows you to either pass through the CCPM commands as in ATR's case so he can use his radio's curves or in your case the POD allows different modes to create the CCPM mixing and throttle curves in the POD itself.

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11-06-2011 11:33 PM  7 years agoPost 12
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Can you explain to me how to adjust the trim into the idle up mode?,
I had passed at all the manual and cannot find the right procedure to do it.
it is clearly says into the instruction that the trims are differents for aileron and elevator for both flight mode (normal and idle up) (up trim for elevator, and left trim for aileron). I don't understand why they do that???, they should have left the trim both the same into normal and idle up. they say to compensate the difference with the sticks...???no sense. Maybe I missed something because english is not my native language. From what I understand, I should use a programmable transmitter to adjust the trims seperatly (receiver mode 3 or 4). the Quark is currently into receiver mode 2 with the 5ch hirobo tx. (no adjustment possible onto the TX except the mechanical trims.)

I think ''gouki'' got the best solution until now.

If someone got the right procedure to adjust trim seperatly with the stock 5ch hirobo TX, it can be great!
thanks!

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