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Old Aug 21, 2012, 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by lebl468 View Post
Was going to maiden today, however, she has a good pull to the left. I have read about the ESC's being out of sync, but one motor seems to be built tighter, I am guessing you cannot feel ESC timing in an unpowered motor. On the stand, I ran it up a few times and it seems like it it getting looser, but it could just be me. Any thoughts?
Did you set the ESC's to TX Throttle Range?
  1. Remove the Props for safety.
  2. Turn on your Transmitter
  3. Put the Throttle Stick to Max
  4. Plug in the LiPo and power up the Plane
  5. The ESC's will do the normal start tones but wait for a sec
  6. Then you will hear another set of tones
  7. Pull the TX Throttle back to Off
  8. ESC's will give another set of tones.
  9. Remove LiPo from the Plane

Both ESC's should now be synced to the TX throttle min/max.
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