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04-06-2012 06:55 PM  9 years ago
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heliflight

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Futaba CGY750
Hi,
I'm setting up my new model with a GCY750 for the first time, cyclic set ok, tail set ok, with all these four having a neutral servo setting. But I can't find one for the throttle. Why is this? and I need to move the neutral point a little, the next servo horn step is too much.
I'm under the impression you should not move the tx subtrim, can someone please explain and point me in the right direction?
Cheers :-)
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04-06-2012 07:13 PM  9 years ago
Dr.Ben

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The throttle isn't a HH gyro, so it is OK and expected that you would use the transmitter subtrim if you need a little tweaking.

Ben Minor
Peak Aircraft/Team Minicopter Team Futaba Team Kontronik USA
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05-01-2012 01:36 PM  9 years ago
Hard flyer

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Hi there I was reading your post and I mite be able to help you I too was having trouble with this.
Iam not shore of your set but if I tell what I've worked out with mine it mite help you
I have 3 t-Rex 600 & 2 700
On all, I have Futaba servo's,tail 251/352 for cyclic.
Castle creation 120 on the 1 600
And same on my 2/700.but running 160mpa
There all electric.
T8fg super transmitter.
Receiver R6208 BS.
Th/ is needed to be in channel 3 into receiver only,
Because with Futaba transmitter you need to reverse TH in the linkage menu,and you need to lower TH/sub-trim to lowest set to actuator vat TH for castle creation.
CGY750 don't put TH into.
If you are running spectrum,you we have a decoder and you can plug th/into CGY750 but still need to lower your TH/sub-trim to lowers point to actor vate castle creation.
Hope that helps
Hard flyer
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