Originally Posted by OldGuyHelifly11
I think it has something to do with the programming of these particular receivers. I have tested the tail hold during setup with 3 different helis that I have this Rx installed in. In each case during pitch pumps & full power punch-outs, I can get the tail to drift, and during piros I have gotten the tail to let go where I had to manually recover it. I'm finding that the GYRO HOLD has to be around 70-80% to be rock solid. However.... during the times that mine crashed, I was only doing SLOW forward flight in my backyard, at about 5ft altitude, doing circles & figure 8's. Figure that one out!
I just ordered an RX2624V to test, maybe it's improved. I hope.
I wasn't doing much more than hovering and forward flight. I was a little higher but pitch and throttle were behaving fine so I was able to get it down without incident.
Let us know how the 2624 works out.