|Mar 01, 2006, 12:03 AM|
Joined Feb 2006
Need help on flying honey bee FP !
Hi guys, after breaking the flybar on my Honey Bee FP i decided that i needed to get a simulator to learn to be famillar with the controls 1st, so i got myself a G2 simulator. And after a couple of days of training i managed to hover with the watt electric heli ( still drfting around abit ), my question is what heli in G2 is the most simillar to my Honey Bee ? 2nd question is about my heli, i have these 2 functions on the 4 in 1 .. its gain and proportional ...what values must i set to get a fairly "non-waggy" tail .... thanks everyone !
|Mar 01, 2006, 12:40 AM|
You should post this in the electric helicopter section. I'm sure some guys over there would be able to answer your question pretty quickly.
|Mar 03, 2006, 05:15 PM|
Joined Jan 2006
can't help with G2, but....but as to the problem with 'gain' and 'proportional', I can help. These controls adjust the overall motor power and the ratio between the main motor and tail motor ( if emory serves). ny-hoo, to set these is really a trial and error exercise. Play with the settings starting with mid range values and then see what effect this has in-flight. Soon you'll get to know which way to adjust and then set a good value.
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