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Old 05-03-2012, 12:37 PM   #21
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Is the Plug and play "500" head rigid?

http://www.scaleflying.com/Plug-n-Pl...ze_p_1102.html

This is the model I have on my EC135,with cf scale blades, Just started back on the project. I hovered the pod today with a gyro and it needs some tuning still,did not do any real flight as it is still very strange feel.
Had a Beast on it and I think too many vibes from the Gaui425. I would lift into hover then it would start violently shaking.

If it should have 3axis instead of 1, i may try a Tarot zyx. Since I have a spare at the moment.
Yes, that's a rigid head and since is plug and play, you don't have to worry about phasing issues. Although you can fly it without e-stab it is highly recommended that you use a 3 axys flybarless system.
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Old 05-03-2012, 12:45 PM   #22
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Thought so, Thank you very much Jose'.
RC aerodyne says estab not needed, it just doesn't need phasing,thus plug and play!
Time to hook up the zyx!
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Old 05-03-2012, 12:50 PM   #23
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Thought so, Thank you very much Jose'.
RC aerodyne says estab not needed, it just doesn't need phasing,thus plug and play!
Time to hook up the zyx!
I heard about that XYZ flybarless let me know how it works. Heard is a pain to setup, just going by what I heard, could be wrong
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Old 05-03-2012, 12:55 PM   #24
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It's not that bad with pc link. Early on most people did not use,unavail., so stick programming is horrible with it. Used on my mini titan and it worked quite well.
We'll see how it is with 4blade .
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I know this thread is old, but its the only one on this subject I found. I am planning on
getting a 4 blade head, and am leaning towards the floating head. I am going to be using the ZYX-S e-stab.

which blades are recommended? carbon? plastic (as in scale huey/blackbird)? some one mentioned weighted blades? what are those? would the plastic blades be too flexible?

This is for my 450 size MD500. I just want a real smooth scale experience with relatively crisp responses.

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