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Old 10-21-2015, 08:31 PM   #49 (permalink)
Bill_Van
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Originally Posted by SamCSx View Post
With the throttle/collective stick needing to be fairly high during a trim flight and the heli getting "way up there", wouldn't it make sense just to temporarily bump the pitch curve down from 100% at full up stick? Lowering the top half of the pitch curve enough would easily let you hover with throttle above 75% and not have it climb away from you.
Yes, you can do that and it should work without issue. I'm kind of silly about tuning..... I don't want to alter anything during the process, I do want to mimic actual flight conditions whenever possible. Will it make any difference? Who knows! It shouldn't but we all have our ways of doing things!

Thank you for offering the suggestion for those that don't want to "get way up there!"
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