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03-27-2016 12:03 AM  3 years ago
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Brian Sorrell

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230S with DX6I calibration
Im trying to do the calibration on the 230S. I'm using the DX6I transmitter but cant seem to get it to work....I have watched the video from JJ Inverted on youtube...but he uses a DX9...can anyone help me?

Thanks guys for all of your help!!
Brian
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03-27-2016 01:41 AM  3 years ago
crash&fix612

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I Set mine up per the manual and it works great ( dx6i)
But a friend has one on a dx7 and it's a totally different animal, not nearly as smooth as mine. but we bound his heli to my tx and it worked great, but not the same with his tx don't know why ...
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03-27-2016 02:03 AM  3 years ago
Brian Sorrell

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I can fly mine & its stable...but it tries to tip over to the right every time i take off...i litterally have to force it up real quick to get it off before it tips over...i dont know much about Heli's so i was hoping the calibration would fix it...
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03-27-2016 12:47 PM  3 years ago
crash&fix612

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You have to kinda pop it off the ground. All of em do that.
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03-27-2016 01:59 PM  3 years ago
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OK Thanks....wasnt sure thought it was just my inexperience...lol
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03-28-2016 04:35 PM  3 years ago
artimus

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If you try to hover a micro heli or any heli just light on the skids....you induce ground effect from the rotor wash being sucked back into the blades....makes helis like their on marbles till you get up out of the rotor wash.....about your rotor span height to clear the wash. Its what makes flying helis so challenging. Your afraid to lift off,but staying close to the ground is where it is most unstable....its why most beginners crash the first few times....till they pop it up out of the rotor wash and it flys.....Fly Hard......Team Viagra
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03-28-2016 08:28 PM  3 years ago
Brian Sorrell

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well the swash plate on this thing is waaaayyyy crooked....just doesnt look right to me.....everyone says its normal??
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03-28-2016 08:39 PM  3 years ago
artimus

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Its not. All sticks centered it shoud be level amd stay level thru pos and neg pitch travel. Use end points to make swash servos level both pos and neg pitch. Use sub trim on servos to get level at mid stick. You do that you should have a hands off hover.Fly Hard......Team Viagra
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03-29-2016 01:25 AM  3 years ago
Brian Sorrell

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thanks i will try that!!!
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04-03-2016 05:18 PM  3 years ago
junior10

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swash tilt on takeoff is absolutely normal for "this" heli. everyone that owns one has to fly it off the ground then it is as stable as can be once its in the air.blade nano cpx trex 450 pro dfc
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