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02-20-2013 07:46 PM  5 years agoPost 1
THX1138

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Indianapolis, IN

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I'm new to the Naza and also new to the DX8 (my other radio is a 12x). I bought a MA X rotor 404 used and I came with a Naza and AR6200 rx. I fianlly have the switchology sorted and ended up with the X1 remote gain on the gear channel.

I am having a steady wobble in every direction. At first I though the gain was too high so I began to lower it. The wobble did get less but never went away.

Any suggestions?

Lou

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02-21-2013 05:53 AM  5 years agoPost 2
Sidneyw

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Huntersville, NC

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I still have mine for over 2 years.
AR6200 does not have FailSafe, please remember that.

Do you have 700kv motor that came with the kit; and original ESC + 3S setup?

The original 404 ESC is okay for use; or HobbyWing is okay. 50hz ESC is no good for multi-rotor. Or, you can get DJI ESC.

Manual gain 140 for all; and 130 for Atti. You should be fine, unless your ESCs are in question.

Forgot to mention one important point; don't use the 10" props came with the kit; get some 8" x 4.5 props instead.

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02-21-2013 10:09 AM  5 years agoPost 3
THX1138

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Sweet! Worked like a champ!

I am using all the stock components and it is a night and day difference from all of my other test flights.

I am currently stationed in Kuwait so 8" props are gonna be a couple weeks out. What kind of performance gains do you get running the smaller props?

Thanks again for your help.

Lou

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02-21-2013 11:56 PM  5 years agoPost 4
airplanejunkie

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Riverview, Mi.

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My opinion?
All receivers can be programed through the Naza M for the failsafe function. Like go home and land. Just give up your manual or attitude and program the position to the failsafe in the DJI program. I personally give up the manual and adjust the travel on my three position switch to have a switched failsafe. Much better and safer for those auto land or go home and land functions. (Of course you give up your adjustale gain.)
I use the 10-4.5 propellers all the time. They now have a glass reinforced version which I really like. Much stiffer. Battery c rating is very important and I believe 35c is about my minimum.
Aren't these things just Great! It all depends on what you want to do how much weight you wish or need to carry. All is fun and glad your flying. Wait until you do your first GH&L. Dave Detroit

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