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Old Sep 13, 2007, 08:20 AM
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LAMA V4 & Honeybee FP FTW
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Originally Posted by crashduck
I guess it might depend from person to person, but for me, it's one of those... Whoa! I can actually control this thing now... With the weights, my heli's reaction felt delayed or out of control. Give it a try at least.

I can hover in one spot tail-in, side-in, nose-in btw, but not hands off (for more than a few seconds). My current setup is stock main motor with DD tail (installed a few days ago).
Thanks for all the tips. I'm gonna rethink my approach towards this thing and work hard at mastering it. I'll pull the weights off today and give it a shot. Thanks again!

BTW -- I downloaded a simulator:

And when I use that sim the heli flies STRAIGHT UP! So, the sim is worthless. :P
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Old Sep 13, 2007, 09:08 AM
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This may help...

Here...go through this thread. This guy was a learner on FP also. Be sure to watch the videos and read the suggestions.

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