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Old 01-15-2020, 12:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Setting up a new heli and I have both with 5.3 pro.

I have room for either. Plan on using vbar gov. Obviously the mini would be a cleaner looking setup.

It was my understanding the silverline Sensor was a better/ newer hardware gyro than the previous blue sensor.

Am I remembering correctly?
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Both will work equally well. Full size if you want nitro governor is the only real difference.
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It was my understanding the silverline Sensor was a better/ newer hardware gyro than the previous blue sensor....
yes... in the end it comes down to higher vibration tolerance of the silverline sensors. and cabling beeing sometimes a little bit easier as you do not have to care for vibrations beeing brought to central unit by cabling. in flight i've never noticed any difference....

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Depending on you servos and power requirements the silver may be better. The mini has been known to brown out with certain servos. The silver has a better power bus.


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I think Iíll try the silver line first then, unless I donít like the wiring situation.

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