I was lucky enough to recently review the Bavarian Demon Cortex 3 axis gyro and I'm happy to report that everyone that flew my Cortex enabled plane was blown away!
I contacted Joe from Bavarian Demon and he was happy to offer one to give away in a contest! This contest is on our partner site FlyingGiants.com.
The CORTEX stabilizes all three flight axes with its three gyro sensors: aileron, elevator and rudder. Bavarian Demon uses the technology of the HeliCommand/BavarianDEMON X-series and modified it to fit fixed winged aircraft.
Good luck to all that enter to win this killer piece of gear.
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|Aug 17, 2014, 11:47 PM|
United States, OR, Happy Valley
Joined Aug 2012
this is sure interesting. I have not had a big enough heli to justify one but have heard nothing but good. a few questions where does it need to be located? most of the cheaper gyros need to be on the balance point of the wing. no bailout feature though?
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