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Old Sep 06, 2005, 02:11 AM
Adrian Smith
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Re: finished biulding Raptor 50 but


"R A" <rawright(remove)@btinternet.com> wrote in message
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> my question is, it says on the csm instructions that I should not use the
> radio trim with a head hold gyro is this correct or am I interpreting it
> wrong as I know I can adjust the rod for the desired trim but I find it
> hard to believe the radio manufactures give us all these fine trims etc
> but then your told you cant use them with a head hold gyro, or am I thick
> and missing something. Sorry I waffle to much Rob
>
>
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> "The OTHER Kevin in San Diego" <skiddz "AT" adelphia "DOT" net> wrote in
> message newsjeph1dnfmd31gtlpvmgh1l976204r4n1e@4ax.com...
>> On Mon, 5 Sep 2005 21:30:18 +0000 (UTC), "R A"
>> <rawright(remove)@btinternet.com> wrote:
>>
>>>Hello just finished putting together my new Raptor 50 v2 and took it of
>>>the
>>>ground in heading hold mode of a csm 560 gyro that was fine tried with
>>>out
>>>heading hold and it turned left slightly I put in right stick and can
>>>hold a
>>>good hover my question is, it says on the csm instructions that I should
>>>not
>>>use the radio trim with a head hold gyro is this correct or am I
>>>interpreting it wrong as I know I can adjust the rod for the desired trim
>>>but I find it hard to believe the radio manufactures give us all these
>>>fine
>>>trims etc but then your told you cant use them with a head hold gyro, or
>>>am
>>>I thick and missing something.

>>
>> OK, I got about 20 words in to that mess and ran out of patience
>> trying to figure out WTH the question was...
>>
>>

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If I remember correctly the CSM gyro self centres when the radio is turned
on. You should however make sure that the servo mid position is
approximately correct.

Your question was not that unintelligible but it would be polite to get the
grammar and English correct to make it easier for people who are good enough
to assist.

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