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Old 03-09-2015, 10:49 AM   #341
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The light is to tell you that you are either setting positive or negative pitch. Blue for negative, red for positive.
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Old 03-09-2015, 01:56 PM   #342
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Where does the BeastX like to have the ball set on say a 450?
I had all the tail blowing dialed out with a GT 5 and now with a Beastx I'm blowing the tail again on hard maneuvers and cross wind conditons?

The GT 5 liked the ball to be out farther than most gyros so I'm thinking I need to move the ball in and bump up the tail gain a little. With current mechanical gain on rudder I can bump gyro gain to 75% and the tail holds well in FB flight and tail down funnels but I get ocassional tail shake in fast forward circuits.

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Adjust your gain in small movements. Seems like you have it really close. Seems like you have the ball set in a good hole also. Let us know if it still blows out after you get the wag taken care of.
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Old 03-16-2015, 06:31 PM   #343
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The light is to tell you that you are either setting positive or negative pitch. Blue for negative, red for positive.
Ah well that explains it!!! Thanks!
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Old 05-31-2015, 06:13 PM   #344
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When changing parameter E, does dead band increase or decrease as you move to the right in the manual?

I had that set to Purple which I assume was almost no dead band, is this correct? I set it to Red

B- Control Behavior is set to TX 120 ail-ele endpoints
C- Pitching Up - works great at Red default
G- Cyclic Responce- I reduced it from high- blue flashing- to red which enabled me to set my #1 Pot back in the middle instead of 10 0clock.

H - Pitch Boost - I set to Red as well to give it a tad more pitch pop.

I got 5 flights on it and it feels better in every way, not quite as much cyclic as I had so might need to bump G menu back up or just reduce expo a little as a still have a good flip rate at full stick.

I had the 450 Pro flying well with the exception of a slow cyclic bounce back on hard flips and crappy hesitating tictocs and piro flips and a soft mushy collective.
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Old 06-16-2015, 09:42 AM   #345
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I had that set to Purple which I assume was almost no dead band, is this correct? I set it to Red
Hi,

yes that's correct. Purple is the smallest value, very little deadband, and then it increases stepwise up until blue which gives a lot of deadband.
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