Originally Posted by Steve_
Found this little bit of information.
"The problem is the encoding, not the potentiometer. The dead spot begins
and ends at the same value, it should be different. As if there is a severe
exponential at center stick which can only be done by the encoder." - Ribble
I should be able to verify this by checking the potentiometer.
If it has normal response, then this was done on purpose by the
radio designers, and would be difficult to overcome.
That is interesting....
As to the blades... I made an improvised balancing kit and I just finished the main blades... It is about as close as I can get it, and a roll test of the main shaft proved as close as I would dare take it...
Now the 9116 is spooled up as low as it can go, to drain the battery and its barely vibrating at low speed... I'm plenty happy, at least until the tail stuff finally gets in, at risk of being redundant