Well I am pretty excited I just got in some new batteries. The new Hyperion Line and we will be carrying a limited supply of Zippy Flightmax Li-PO's.
Here are the new G3 Hyperion Li-PO's, and if they live up to their claim I think these will revolutionize the Li-PO market. Imagine li-po's lasting 800 cycles! That is craziness and would be awesome! Especially at these prices. Here they are check them out and let's hear yoru feedback on them. Also here is the RC Groups thread: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1032164
I also decided to start carrying the Flightmax Li-PO's and though of course the price will be higher than getting them directly from China they will still be a bargain and you won't have to wait weeks for them if you live in the U.S., only a few days. Also you will be able to trust you are getting these from a reputable seller and we check all the batteries as well for voltage and such. Check them out here:
Also here is my latest video after not flying since my last video and crash in Feb. Still a bit rusty but steadily improving. School and the business are taking up most of my time at the moment so not a lot of RC Heli flying going on. I did however just receive my Instrument rating in Helicopters and now I am finishing up my commercial license.
Moving to Montana soon so if there are any fellow pilots out there hit me up as I will be moving to the Kalispell area this summer. I will be training in Scweizer 300's over there, looking forward to flying something other than the R22.
My next video will be of the HDX 450 as that thing fly's like a dream. Still working on building the Swift 550 and then an Outrage G5 after that. Happy and safe flying!
It has been a while since I have been posted. Been busy with so many things including updating the look of the site. Let me know what you think about it. www.RcSuperSales.net Here is my first and latest video of me flying the Honey Bee King 2. Enjoy and take care.
Here are some of my most recent posts. Hope they can help some people out .
Originally Posted by Go4milesPa
ok its late early well whatever im not sure on a stock esky hh gyro but on the tele if u leave the wire off its always in hh mode
Not quite, but close . On the telebee Gyro you have your gain pot on the front of the gyro. Well if you turn that dial so it is below 50% you are now in Rate mode. Above 50% and you are now in heading lock mode though you would not run it that low. Essentially you want to set your heli up in Rate mode first before even trying to set it up in Heading Hold mode. There are plenty of threads on how to do that on here so I won't repeat it . After you get it set up in Rate mode then get it set up in HH mode. That extra plug with the one wire is so you can plug it into an open spot on your receiver like the gear channel or aux 2 and remotely adjust your gain with your transmitter. Unfortunately you cannot do that on the stock transmitter so do not plug it in on your stock receiver. The little gyro switch on the stock transmitter is basically worhtless. Because if you plug in that wire on your receiver then you will be able to switch between Heading lock and rate mode but when you turn the gain pot dial on the gyro, it will not work. So just leave it unplugged if you are running the stock transmitter, get it set up in rate mode first, then go back and set it up in Heading Hold mode. You will not want to run anything else once you have that set up correctly . Good luck.
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