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Old 05-29-2012, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default CGY 750 Gov setup help needed


After running a gallon of fuel through my new model and having the engine run in its now decided that its time to set the gov. Now i'm at a loss before I start as the very first part in the instructions tells you to make sure the display is changed by moving the switch , now its not doing this and i'm very new to sbus, I think I have set the switch to it as in the function menu I have set ctrl se on gov, which is function 8.
Where do I go from here to get it working in all idle up's? please explain and remember I'm new to it and don't know what i'm doing!!
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:30 AM   #2
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It's assigned switch se the same as idle up, I don't know about a condition as I don't see it on that first page on the condition menu, it's listed in the next part but that's under delay. I have no idea what the arrows mean next to the idle up and hold functions in the condition menu?
There is a gov menu in the tx, do I need to change the settings in that rather than the 750? When I looked it showed the gov inhibit in idle one and idle two, when I went to act it said need to change end points, end points of what though and is this what I need to do to get it working? Will I mess up the setup I already have if I click yes to change end points ? Why is it asking me to do this anyway?
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