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Old Feb 08, 2012, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeHRC View Post
You don't use EPA to get a flat swash with these units, EPAs are used to match the Tx inputs to the FBL unit, the FBL unit's electronics "should" keep the heli flat - as opposed to EPAs
That's not what I meant there. I meant that end point settings might limit or override servos when compensating so you're not getting a level swash when mechanically it should be.

We were in fact stating the very same thing.

You're of course right about the setup.

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Bill,

I have had it (I can't remember which heli - I've got 4 of these units on helis now), but I think that I put it down to my CoG being off. One of them does this, the other 3 don't - sorry that it doesn't help much, but might be worth checking your CoG.

Mike
The center of gravity doesn't matter, unless it's really way far off. But than you would know, because you'd see a very obvious cause.


A bad center of gravity would only cause drift. Not some kind of oscillating effect.
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