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Old 10-22-2007, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default Align 35A Brushless ESC RCE-BL35X - Governor mode

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Do you hardore 3D guys use the governor mode on your Align 35A Brushless ESC RCE-BL35X on your T-Rex 450's? Yes I am of course interested in other's opinion, but I want to now what the people who flies hard 3D mean.
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Old 10-22-2007, 09:37 AM   #2
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I am an upcoming hardcore 3D pilot. I run governor mode exclusively on CP helis. Most guys I see out there do not but honestly I didn't care what others were doing. I studied both options and made my decission.
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I'm definitely not a hard core 3D guy, but I stared using gov mode. I like the consistence in head speed that I get. The one drawback I saw was when accidentally hit the throttle hold switch. Luckily, I was only about three feet up, but if I was higher, I would have been forced to auto before I was setup for it.
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So you can't shoot a auto if you are running gov mode.

If a have understood it right, you haven't a throttlecurve when using governor mode. Is that true?

I am now running 13T and throttlecurve 100-100-100-100-100 with the 430XL motor.
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You can do an auto with gov mode but don't expect a restart midair if you get the approach wrong. Also if you forget to hit throttle up in gov mode and you bring the stick down you have 0% chance of getting the motor started before you hit the ground. :p

You have a throttle curve flat usually 75% if you are geared right in gov mode.

Alot of guys run straight 100% in non governor mode with the 430XL. I like the consitent head speed too so I chose gov mode.
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Old 10-22-2007, 12:33 PM   #6
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I'm having the same question.

Ok... are you saying govener mode workt good with the stock Align RCE-BL35X ???

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