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Old 10-31-2020, 05:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Since it's not discontinued, i'll stay with the AR7210BX rather. I can take off and land in stability mode, and when its in the air, i could get my glasses from the car, it will stay solid for minutes. No matter If belt driven or shaft driven, nor if 360 size or 600 size. I will stay with TM1000 telemetry, and YGE ESC.

I would have aprecciated a new system like FC6250HX, offering full telemetry with AVIAN ESC. But it seems to take a while untill it will be "for me".
To be honest, if you have been flying helicopters for any length of time then you should not be in stability mode. In fact Iíve only tried it with smaller helicopters and I canít stand the feeling of these stability modes.
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Old 11-01-2020, 09:35 AM   #22 (permalink)
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you should not be in stability mode. In fact Iíve only tried it with smaller helicopters and I canít stand the feeling of these stability modes.
Well, this thread is about stability mode. If You can't stand the feeling, don't use it.
I love it, and and i am ready to pay for it. And i shure expect it should work fine.
When i drive my car, ride my motorcycle or my quad bike, i expect to slow down when i release the pedal. I expect the steering to center, when i release the wheel.
And when i fly the RC Helicopter, i expect the same, it should slow down when i center nick, should level when i release Roll, and stop yawing when i center the yaw control stick. And it does, in stability mode.

We are individual, i like it this way, You like it your way.
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Old 11-01-2020, 03:29 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Well, this thread is about stability mode. If You can't stand the feeling, don't use it.
I love it, and and i am ready to pay for it. And i shure expect it should work fine.
When i drive my car, ride my motorcycle or my quad bike, i expect to slow down when i release the pedal. I expect the steering to center, when i release the wheel.
And when i fly the RC Helicopter, i expect the same, it should slow down when i center nick, should level when i release Roll, and stop yawing when i center the yaw control stick. And it does, in stability mode.

We are individual, i like it this way, You like it your way.
oh look as I tell a good mate of mine, do what you are comfortable with.
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