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Old 03-30-2021, 07:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default VABR silver Line with elevator Jitter

can some one shed some light on this -i have replaced the servos and upgraded to MKS X8s and i still have an elevator jitter when tipping the heli in the elevator plan all three servos jitter-so bad when trying to fly the heli it feels very disconnected.
looking for info if it could be bad controller or bad sensor or both.

this VBAR might have seen some "hard landings" i purchased it used

thanks for any help
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Old 03-30-2021, 08:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What esc and tx are you using? What voltage are you running the servos at? we need a little bit more information

Didn’t you ask this in another thread?
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I did bring this up in another thread-but this is now a new problem-the vbar sensor is bad-so i upgraded servos to find the issue with the Vbar$$$ ouch.
now i wonder if the X5 servos might have worked?? oh well.

i checked the sensor by jumpering to a known good sensor and the system operated correctly-the used VBAR might have had a rough life..
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just to be sure it is not that simple (sometimes it is): open the sensor and check the connecting cables... sometimes they are a bit worn and single strands are causing bad signals... just resolder them properly and the sensor is back to live.
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just to be sure it is not that simple (sometimes it is): open the sensor and check the connecting cables... sometimes they are a bit worn and single strands are causing bad signals... just resolder them properly and the sensor is back to live.
just replaced sensor-she flys like a champ-
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