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Old 04-25-2012, 12:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 3gx question on a 700eV2

I have a stock 700eV2 with a 3gx, i'm new to the flybarless scene, but I think i got it down so far.
question is.. once tuned on, it does its little dance, and all is well., tilts right...swash levels..tilts left..etc..etc.. if the cyclic sticks are moved, it will slowly return back to level, regardless of where the collective is..

on my other 700eV2, it has a totalG, if the cyclics are moved, it will only level itself if the collective stick is down, if i'm in idle up or the collective is up.. the swash holds its command, until another movement is made... bring the collective down, and the swash will level itself(out of idle up)

so, i know the totalG is setup correct.. does the 3gx need to do this as well?.. is there a throttle setup i need to do on the 3gx even if its electric?. or is this just the way this controller works?.. because regardless of where the collective is.. the swash will always slowly move back.. im gonna call this decay.... there is no governor setup instructions in my manual for the 700ev2.. and no where can i find that throttle setup is needed for electrics. ,,
I know i'm comparing two different controllers.. i just wanna make sure the 3gx is operating as designed,

thanks.
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Old 04-25-2012, 03:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Its the way 3GX works...unless your in DIR mode where it returns quickly.
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Old 04-25-2012, 03:07 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Its the way 3GX works...unless your in DIR mode where it returns quickly.
Great, thanks for verifying that.
I Just wanted to make sure I hadn't forgot to set something.
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