|Jun 27, 2012, 10:09 PM|
Settings i found to work well for acro flying
scale stick 80 with 130%throws and 50%expo on ele and elavator and 30% on rudder.
as far as gyro gains i ended up with 60 p 60 limit 30 i and 20 limit.
with self level i think the high number was 70 then 50 and you can loop it but it needs 40-50 feet to do it. the lower the number the less control you have on auto.
nice thing with this board is fast drops from high altitude with auto is smooth as silk. i video with my tri and look foward to some 200 foot drops with the gopro rolling
|Jun 28, 2012, 09:37 AM|
Love your videos! You really show what the basic FCs are really capable of. Pretty amazing to see how quickly you got it flying. Also a great demonstration of the effect of stick scaling. Thanks for pushing the scaling factor and showing us what it does.
I think it's a reasonable expectation to have to disable the acc (gyros only) before flying flips and only enable the acc when you only want maximum stability.
With level off and stick scaling adjusted, you certainly get great rates!
|Jun 29, 2012, 10:47 AM|
i lost the tail servo due to the freq swtting on high. set it to low on channel 4. also for my tri i set ele and aleron gains to 35 P 100 limit 20 I 20 limit
rudder i am at 45 P 100 limit and 20 I 20 limit. nice and smooth
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