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Old 06-10-2012, 07:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 450 Pro tail wag(solved), but how to make it more stable?

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Not sure why the thread was closed when it could still be of benefit to some.

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I don't get it, just place the mouse over each setting and it tells you what it does, is so simple to tone down.
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So why offer help just to type this? Sorry to put you out. I'm just trying to help out a friend by getting his heli going, and I'll leave it at that.
What's wrong with what bad007 was suggesting ? - did you try it ?
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Old 06-10-2012, 12:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Not sure why the thread was closed when it could still be of benefit to some.

What's wrong with what bad007 was suggesting ? - did you try it ?
He got his feeling hurt I think.
Learned something new that applies to this thread yesterday.
As many noticed the deg/sec rates are way different aleron vers. elev.
My Aileron rolls where not a tight as the evel rolls but the deg/sec was higher.
I measured the cyclic on the bench ( not in dir setup) and aileron was way lower for some reason.
Set the limits so the aileron matched the elev, lowered the aileron control rate so the deg/sec was closer to matching elev rates and now it feels better and more consistant.
Also to high of gain did more harm than good, excessive cyclic interaction in wind and affected the stationary piors
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