Originally Posted by turnerm
Are you saying that that the gyro isn't reacting ENOUGH for you? Are you basing this purely on what you're seeing on the ground or based on how it flies?
I don't understand your last sentence. If you're flying fast you don't WANT it to oscillate on any axis right? It sounds like you want it to actually have TOO much gain.
The gyro is there to help out a little... it's not there as an autopilot.
yes, the gyro does not seem to react enough.
take a properly tuned tail rotor heli gyro. you dial up the gain until it hunts then back it off a touch and you are set. same goes here but it never hunts even at 100% gain. my statement of fast flight with gains at 100% and no hunt (oscilation) makes me say not enough gain.
note. it does smooth out the flight, keeps the plane from bouncing around. but in hard 3D, i.e. torque rolls, hovering, etc. you are still on the sticks as much as without the gyro help, because it does not react enough and you have to take over.