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NuFlyA
03-26-2010, 12:57 PM
Hey,i just did the conversion without the turboace motor and the tail is awesome with the digital servo and avcs HH gyro,but i do notice the extent needs to be turned all the way up and seems slower than stock,not terrible but to me a little slower.How can i increase cyclic speed.Will 2 more digital servos do it?Is it faster when the ball link rod is closer or farther from servo horn?any help appreciated.Any recommendations on digital servos for ufly ! Thanx

3d-wanna-b
03-26-2010, 01:09 PM
Hey,i just did the conversion without the turboace motor and the tail is awesome with the digital servo and avcs HH gyro,but i do notice the extent needs to be turned all the way up and seems slower than stock,not terrible but to me a little slower.How can i increase cyclic speed.Will 2 more digital servos do it?Is it faster when the ball link rod is closer or farther from servo horn?any help appreciated.Any recommendations on digital servos for ufly ! Thanx

I believe that djfuji used Ino-Lab digital servos on tail and cyclic. If you move the ball link closer to center on the servo it will give you less throw and if you move it further out on the servo arm and it will give more throw. Heres a link to the servos just scroll down the page a little and youll see them.

http://www.rchobbyhelicopter.com/store52/agora.cgi?product=&user2=RC_Servos

NuFlyA
03-26-2010, 01:31 PM
Thanks,since im not the sharpest tool in the shed,is the speed faster if the number is higher or lower..0.16 or 0.13sec.Guess i would have to also scrap the digital one that came with conversion and get 3 that match.

3d-wanna-b
03-26-2010, 06:04 PM
Thanks,since im not the sharpest tool in the shed,is the speed faster if the number is higher or lower..0.16 or 0.13sec.Guess i would have to also scrap the digital one that came with conversion and get 3 that match.

No... you should be fine on the tail servo. I guess if you just wanted 3 servos that match you could change it out. As for the speed of the servo the actual number is the correct speed so if you have a 0.16 and a 0.13 The faster servo will be the one with the lowest number.