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Old 04-06-2012, 10:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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OK a week ago i crashed my 450x, I replaced all my servos with the hitec hs5065. and a DS95i tail. I set up the heli, I got all the settings setup. Servo direction and ectra. When i plug in the heli the unit goes through is sequence. I put on Throttle Hold and check everything. It all Seems good. When I go into a hover With tail to me the heli pulls Drastic to the right. Please any ideas would be great
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Old 04-06-2012, 11:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I think you need Parameter A cyclic servo centring also did you level your swashplate?

Check out this video see if your heli is doing it..Its the first thing he talks about with the helicopter drifting.

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OK a week ago i crashed my 450x, I replaced all my servos with the hitec hs5065. and a DS95i tail. I set up the heli, I got all the settings setup. Servo direction and ectra. When i plug in the heli the unit goes through is sequence. I put on Throttle Hold and check everything. It all Seems good. When I go into a hover With tail to me the heli pulls Drastic to the right. Please any ideas would be great
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Sensor direction and control direction correct? (preflight checks, If servos are opposite, perhaps sensor direction parameter needs to be opposite) You don't specifically mentions this sensor reaction test).
vibration? (test with different motor %'s if more like a drift?) Common cause of drifts.
bad mounting tape?
Gyro sensors damaged in crash?

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ok when i setup the heli with the swash blade tool so everything is level. when i power on the heli and i grab the boom. If i tilt the heli forward the swash goes opposite direction same with left and right. if i move parameter A and move it to counter the direction the swash will not be centered anymore and will not be correct level
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ok when i setup the heli with the swash blade tool so everything is level. when i power on the heli and i grab the boom. If i tilt the heli forward the swash goes opposite direction same with left and right. if i move parameter A and move it to counter the direction the swash will not be centered anymore and will not be correct level
The swash moving in the opposite direction is correct,thats what it should do you tilt forward swash goes back you tilt left swash goes right,You said your heli drifts to the right so that suggests trim or unlevel swash to me,and that is what parameter A is for trimming..
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i contacted HH they told me to rebind the unit. SO i did and that fixed it right away.
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i contacted HH they told me to rebind the unit. SO i did and that fixed it right away.

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i contacted HH they told me to rebind the unit. SO i did and that fixed it right away.
Why would rebinding solve the bad drift issue?
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