04-05-2007, 09:05 PM
I read that flipping the blade grips will give leading edge input and calm the collective sensitivity. Has anyone tried this?
04-06-2007, 07:41 AM
Yeah, works great too (on a HoneyBee CP2 anyway). Swash collective will be backwards though so you have to reverse it somehow at the Tx. With a stock Bcp/Bcpp/Cp2 Xmtr you could use (ie.) HS55 servos. That would give you the correct swash movement. If using a computer Tx just reverse swash direction in Swash AFR menu. :)