|Nov 07, 2004, 07:17 PM|
Because of the increased weight (664 g) the flying time dropped by 3 minutes. Before battery goes down to 10.4V (at charging start) and heli looses power I enjoy 13 minutes of relaxing flying (scale) around my backyard. Good thing is that I from the point when I hear the rpm drop to the point when I must land I have about 60 seconds. I never got low voltage cut off. This motor is awesome.
Now it's time to check my tail gears (I do this every 30 minutes taking pictures for the record).
I still can't understand my HLG 200 - it's drifting left like crazy - I need to keep right my finger on the rudder all the time. I'm about to dump it replacing with something more reliable. I hate it
Forgive me another pictures - just enjoy them as I do
1. Comming for landing - gear is down, lights are on
2. Now I need to find a right spot with low grass.
3. Another flight finished succesfully.
|Nov 07, 2004, 08:26 PM|
Gyros like the Futaba GY401 do this sort of R/C signal centering calibration whenever it is powered up. So, if you want it eliminate the extra step then seek out a modern Futaba HH gyro.
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