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01-18-2016 05:53 PM  31 months agoPost 1
ssmith512

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Question about the difference between flight conditions. If I understand correctly flight conditions are used to have different values for parameters on the TX side like gain, dual rates, expo, etc.. Bank switching would be used for different values on the CGY side like style response, stop gains, in-out delays, etc.

Is that correct?

Steve

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01-18-2016 06:25 PM  31 months agoPost 2
Dr.Ben

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Correct. Banks are effectively 750 based flight conditions that are tied to and toggled by the transmitter. You're switching between sets of gyro configurations that are adjusted in the 750.

Ben Minor

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01-18-2016 07:21 PM  31 months agoPost 3
ssmith512

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You're switching between sets of gyro configurations that are adjusted in the 750.
OK, that's what I thought.

Thanks!

Steve

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