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Old Sep 06, 2005, 02:11 AM
R A
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Re: finished biulding Raptor 50 but

Ok thanks for the advise

Rob


"Adrian Smith" <A.Smith@YourStadium.com> wrote in message
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> "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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>>

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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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