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04-13-2014 12:06 PM  5 years ago
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new zealand

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beastx expo
hi can i use my expo in the dx7 to stop my shaking , just set up a 450 with beastx and flys good but a little twitchy and expo will help thanks
04-13-2014 12:24 PM  5 years ago

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Lee's Summit, MO

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Yes expo in TX will help.

I would start with about 25% on ail & ele, 50% on rudd...adjust from there to your liking.
04-13-2014 12:28 PM  5 years ago

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Rockford, Illinois

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Is it you shaking or the heli shaking?Team Miniature Aircraft
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04-13-2014 12:45 PM  5 years ago


Clearwater, FL

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You shouldn't use expo or dual rates in sport or pro profile modes with Beastx.

If you want to set your own expo and d/r, you have to chose transmitter profile, than program your tx to your liking.
04-13-2014 09:32 PM  5 years ago
AA simon


barcelos, portugal

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this point in the manual may help, perhaps try normal mode ?

B. Control Behavior
Menu point (B) allows you to select between different control behaviors for your
helicopter, including the maximum rotation rate and exponential.
Factory setting is “Sport”, which should be suitable for most pilots.
“Normal” has a decreased rotation rate for cyclic and tail controls, as well as
increased exponential. When you are comfortable flying in “Normal”, find your
personal preference by increasing the Control Behavior one option at a time.
To use your own transmitter settings instead of the presets, select Status LED: Blue
Status-LED Control Behavior
OFF User Defined
Purple Solid Normal
Red Flashing Sport*
Red Solid Pro
Blue Flashing Extreme
Blue Solid Transmitter
If you select one of the preset Control Behaviors, do not use Exponential and/or
Dual Rates in your transmitter. Slightly increasing servo travel in your transmitter
should not cause any problems with the Control Behaviors.
The option “User Defined” allows you to define your own settings using the
optional PC Software.
Press the setup button once to move to Parameter menu point (C).
Simon Ribeiro
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