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Oct 10, 2011, 12:34 AM
I fly, therefore, I crash!!!
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Originally Posted by chriscap
Do the hs225's buzz a bit when at full deflection. I got my elevator all setup tonight and I was surprised to hear them buzz a bit. The surfaces all move freely with no binding that I can tell. I guess my experience has been that all servos buzz to some degree. The hs-45's were really bad, 65's not so bad. I was just expecting these metal gear servos to be totally silent. Don't know why I expected that.
Is your elevator going full to the bevel, if so, back off just a few degrees, so that it is not. This usually the reason for buzzing at full deflection....

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Oct 10, 2011, 07:08 AM
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Originally Posted by SteveTtoooo
Is your elevator going full to the bevel, if so, back off just a few degrees, so that it is not. This usually the reason for buzzing at full deflection....

SteveT
+1 also with the 225s thats a good way to ruin that servo. Just make sure you are not getting any binding. Though also servos have noise to some degree
Oct 10, 2011, 02:06 PM
Crashing Gooder and Gooder!
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Originally Posted by Wingin' Wayne
I maidened my 57" Extra yesterday. Rob at ADC took great care of me with all the hot rod parts and Yamadan did a smokin' job on the build!!! All I had to do is show up and fly. Life is good! Ground check is good, wattmeter check just over 1100W, let's go! Took off, NO TRIM needed, thanks DAN. A couple minutes of getting a feel for it and RCDrum says okay enough circles. Blender time! Throw in a couple tumbles, check the knife edge, harrier and inverted flight. Only had one borrowed battery so the FUN was short lived. My biggest plane yet and bigger DOES fly better!!! Really looking foreward to cutting my teeth on this one and then moving up. A couple weeks and I'll be ready to pull out the 65" Viper. My hat's off to Ben and the crew for consistantly coming up with planes that are WINNERS right out of the box! I may have to get a bigger car so I can make the jump to 70" size!
You're welcome! Glad you enjoyed it!
Oct 10, 2011, 05:06 PM
Hooked on 3DHS
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Originally Posted by gabrielisrael
What Castle ESC are you using?

Did you see I am having problems with my Castle Lite 75amp in my 59" Slick running the recommended components? It cut out on me about 5 seconds after pulling out of a hover. Fortunately I was able to dead stick it in, but still having problems with it.

Please keep me informed how things go.... thanks
i am using an Ice 75. not the lite version. it flew fine at the field with the 15x7. still didn't feel like it had as much punch as i would like. i'm going to do a little trouble shooting on my esc to see if it was the lvc or the current limiting causing it to cut out. if it was the current then i'm going to turn logging back on and see what the esc is reporting. if its bad i will put my Ice 100 in to hold me over while the 75 is in for repairs. I will update with the results of the testing and possible watt numbers with the ice 100 to see if they are any different with my prop selection.
Oct 10, 2011, 08:44 PM
ADC Vinyl
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Originally Posted by Wingin' Wayne
I maidened my 57" Extra yesterday. Rob at ADC took great care of me with all the hot rod parts and Yamadan did a smokin' job on the build!!! All I had to do is show up and fly. Life is good! Ground check is good, wattmeter check just over 1100W, let's go! Took off, NO TRIM needed, thanks DAN. A couple minutes of getting a feel for it and RCDrum says okay enough circles. Blender time! Throw in a couple tumbles, check the knife edge, harrier and inverted flight. Only had one borrowed battery so the FUN was short lived. My biggest plane yet and bigger DOES fly better!!! Really looking foreward to cutting my teeth on this one and then moving up. A couple weeks and I'll be ready to pull out the 65" Viper. My hat's off to Ben and the crew for consistantly coming up with planes that are WINNERS right out of the box! I may have to get a bigger car so I can make the jump to 70" size!
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Oct 10, 2011, 09:19 PM
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Does it matter which side of the control horn the machine screw/ball link is on vs the nut. I feel like these minor things don't really matter. For example, on the ailerons, I've seen most pictures with the ball link on the inside and the nut on the outside (facing the wing tip). But when I lay mine out, seems to be a straighter line on the opposite. Does these things matter or contribute to binding. I'll probably just follow what I see, but is it worth worrying about something this small?
Oct 10, 2011, 10:20 PM
Honeybadger don't care...
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I don't think so. Do what makes your setup better.
Oct 11, 2011, 08:10 AM
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Originally Posted by chriscap
Does it matter which side of the control horn the machine screw/ball link is on vs the nut. I feel like these minor things don't really matter. For example, on the ailerons, I've seen most pictures with the ball link on the inside and the nut on the outside (facing the wing tip). But when I lay mine out, seems to be a straighter line on the opposite. Does these things matter or contribute to binding. I'll probably just follow what I see, but is it worth worrying about something this small?
whatever gives the most direct, straight shot to the control horn. Doesn't really matter. You want to avoid angles in the servo horn to control horn connection.
Oct 13, 2011, 12:45 PM
Parkzone junkie
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Setup suggestion


I'm pretty sure I'm going to be ordering one of these. I'm relative new to RC, I started with a RTF 3 channel Cub, then a UM t-28, moved up to a DX6i and a PZ P-47 42" and now I have a e-flite UMX sbach342. I can fly the Sbach well and can hover it, KE, high alpha, couple of harrier rolls(still working on them). The guys at my local club think that I'm ready for a good balsa plane and said 3dhs is the way to go. Enough about me the question is I've never setup a plane before as all the other planes I have were BNF or RTF. I was thinking about getting a Scorpion SII-3026 710or890 and probably a 90amp ESC powered by a 4cell lipo. 4x HS-5245MG and a AR7010 or AR6210.

Will this setup work? Do I need a separate BEC? is there a better suited motor ESC combo? Would I be better off going with the 3dhs hacker A40-10S and X70A ESC? would that need a separate BEC?

I'm sorry for what is probably a simple question I've searched and been reading for weeks now but theory and actually building are different things usually.
Oct 13, 2011, 12:58 PM
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The Hacker setup is great. You can probably save some money with a combo from 3dhs, too. Get it all in one spot and save on shipping.

And you can start collecting points towards other 3dhs stuff, too. Trust me, there will be more.

Running your servos at 6 volts really increases the performance. If your chosen ESC doesn't have an adjustable voltage BEC, you can run an external BEC like the Castle 10 amp. The stock BEC in the X-70 will work fine though if you don't want to mess with an external.

HS-5245 will work great on all surfaces.
Last edited by 6L6Amp; Oct 13, 2011 at 01:19 PM.
Oct 13, 2011, 01:53 PM
Parkzone junkie
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thanks for the quick response. I think for easy of setup i'll use the 3dhs combo.
Oct 13, 2011, 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by 6L6Amp
The Hacker setup is great. You can probably save some money with a combo from 3dhs, too. Get it all in one spot and save on shipping.

And you can start collecting points towards other 3dhs stuff, too. Trust me, there will be more.

Running your servos at 6 volts really increases the performance. If your chosen ESC doesn't have an adjustable voltage BEC, you can run an external BEC like the Castle 10 amp. The stock BEC in the X-70 will work fine though if you don't want to mess with an external.

HS-5245 will work great on all surfaces.
Running 6v to the Rx and servos won't overload them or shorten their life?
Oct 13, 2011, 02:38 PM
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The resurrected 57 is enjoying her second chance at life out in the Arizona sun. Photos courtesy of Buzzed

p.s. leaning totally helps you avoid mid airs
Oct 13, 2011, 02:45 PM
Time to Fly AJ's Best!
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Originally Posted by chriscap
Running 6v to the Rx and servos won't overload them or shorten their life?
No, they can take it. Running 225MG's on 6v.
Oct 13, 2011, 02:46 PM
Time to Fly AJ's Best!
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Originally Posted by stickybeatz
The resurrected 57 is enjoying her second chance at life out in the Arizona sun. Photos courtesy of Buzzed

p.s. leaning totally helps you avoid mid airs
Feels good doesn't it!


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