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Old 07-26-2010, 08:39 AM   #1
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how do i adjust my pitch with my SR, in the TX, i know at full stick the swash moves down instead of up like most helicopters.
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:41 AM   #2
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You can't do anything to the pitch settings with the stock Tx. You can only mechanically adjust the pitch, idealy setting midstick at 0 and then just seeing where you end up at the full positive/negative stick. With a programmable Tx like your Dx6i you would still setup mechanically for 0@midstick an then use the PIT Swash Mix to adjust the full +/- values, this keeps the +/- values equal to each other.
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:51 AM   #3
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dannylightning;2221794]in the finless videos he had to much pitch at full and low stick, he went into the tx and adjusted something and he now had the correct pitch. and i beleave it was what you are speaking of there, but since this one moves backwards i don't know if it is the opposite of how he adjusted the tx in the video or the same. just downloaded the video again, gonna try and find that part with out setting threw the whole thing

i got mine pretty darn close to where i want it. just did a head set up
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Yeah, he lowered the value in the PIT Swash Mix. This raises overall +/- simultaneously which is why it's beneficial to be starting at 0 at midstick, this way the values stay the same for +/-.
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:56 AM   #5
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Yeah, he lowered the value in the PIT Swash Mix. This raises overall +/- simultaneously which is why it's beneficial to be starting at 0 at midstick, this way the values stay the same for +/-.

edited last post a little, i am 0 at mid stick and plus 10.5 at full stick. right about -10 at low stick, hard to get a really good reading with this pitch gauge, gonna order the digital align one. that loos cool.


cool, that is what i was looking for, guess i can just play with it a little bit.
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