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11-06-2018 02:10 AM  14 days agoPost 1
slawdog2020

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Hello all: this is my first fbl heli, and I have gone through all setup procedures for the futaba cgy750, so my question is, when i give any command to move the swash plate with ele or ail and I let go of transmitter control stick, the swash plate moves slowy back to center, is this right? Please help. Thanks

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11-06-2018 06:45 AM  14 days agoPost 2
helitom

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That is the correct movement when the gyro is ready to fly. Just make sure the swash moves in the correct direction cooresponding to the stick movement; don’t worry about the return to center.

The older I get, the fewer things seem worth waiting in line for.

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11-06-2018 11:51 AM  14 days agoPost 3
slawdog2020

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Thanks Helitom. The swash is all moving in the correct direction. Im just making sure I do not miss anything.

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11-06-2018 01:28 PM  14 days agoPost 4
Dr.Ben

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+1

If you want to see how STYLE affects the swash behavior, turn it up really high and watch what the swash does and then turn it down low and compare. Kinda cool. The return of swash to center when you release the stick is called decay in FBL engineering lingo.

Ben Minor

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11-06-2018 09:38 PM  13 days agoPost 5
JuanRodriguez

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Shouldn’t he also make sure that the gyro is compensating in the correct direction ???

Been there, done that and old enough to know better.....

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11-06-2018 11:33 PM  13 days agoPost 6
helitom

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JuanRodriguez
Shouldn’t he also make sure that the gyro is compensating in the correct direction ???
Of course. I was just trying to respond to his question about the swash returning to level.

The older I get, the fewer things seem worth waiting in line for.

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11-06-2018 11:42 PM  13 days agoPost 7
slawdog2020

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I have another question
Dr Ben: That is pretty cool wow that is drastic on how it affects the swash. Ok I need to ask this on page 11 v2 manual i have completed swash servo installation procedures, and it directs me to adjust the collective pitch range per your preference, ok so in my transmitter i want to set up a pitch curve like -3 at low 6 at mid +8 at high,I know i like hovering mid stick, ok so now center stick is no longer zero degrees, now do i teach the cgy at half stick or use pitch gauge to see where zero degrees is, and teach it at that stick position? In my mind I think i need to teach it zero degrees at half stick due to the cyclic movement. any advice on this would be appreciated. Thanks

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11-07-2018 12:01 AM  13 days agoPost 8
JuanRodriguez

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helitom
Of course. I was just trying to respond to his question about the swash returning to level.
Nothing should be taken for granted and I saw no one else mention it.....

Been there, done that and old enough to know better.....

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