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300CFX Blade 300CFX Helicopters Information and Help

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Old 01-12-2020, 11:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Right rudder spins uncontrollably

Wonder if anybody can comment about what could cause heli to spin right really really fast when I punch right rudder, but left rudder works fine. Could it be due to servo not being centered? Or the belt doing extra work to spin the heli beyond what the FBL is telling it to? I've got a cheap blue KBar in there now, and I've tried to adjust the endpoints to make sure rudder isn't too far either direction, and the gain is fairly low just beyond the heading hold point. (Maybe a 30-40 in DX9 transmitter)

300cfx at Dorothy Dix Park (5 min 20 sec)
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