W. Bridgewater, MA USA
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I am having problems with a microbeast on a RC-Tec SkyShark (450 clone). The cyclic servos are located directly below the swash. My problem is there is not enough room for the servo throw that the Microbeast wants. When adjusting the cyclic swashplate limit (Setup L), I can just make it work with the limit turned all the way down (no led). Because of the way the servos are mounted, the servo arms hit the lower frames at low stick, full cyclic. What will the Microbeast do if I fly it this way? I don't see any way that I will be able to get the geometry that the Microbeast wants. The other thing I was thinking, was to move each servo arm up a spline. This would give me more wiggle room, but the servo arms would not be at 90 degrees at 0 pitch. Anyone have any ideas?