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Old Jan 30, 2013, 08:55 PM
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Great first hand performance report. Thanks for the feedback.

Any hunting / jitter issues with the servos?

It seems like you may have answered this question based on your comments above but let me ask another way.

Is the system architecture functionality smart enough to re-calibrate intended flight position after your TX inputs. In other words, as an example if you pull (elevator) to 45 degree up-line & let go of the tx control input, will the aircraft stay on that relative 45 degree flight path or will the gyro attempt to immediately level the plane out to 0 degrees / straight and level?
No, the gyro will not try to self-level, so you are NOT fighting the gyro. The gyro is working and helping the pilot keeps the plane's attitude and stability, maintaining it's flight position. Unlike other gyro's it wants to "self-level" itself. Helps to have great landings on your precious planes, specially during gusty/windy conditions.

So knife edges, inverteds, level flights, hover, torque rolls are very easy to do. It will also help you land really nice slow, high alpha and etc safely, tracts straight on windy conditions without working on the rudder, ailerons.

THE ONLY BAD THING IS, THEY ARE SOLD OUT AND CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE!

I was goiing to order more and put one on my Boeing 737.
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Old Jan 30, 2013, 09:17 PM
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I was goiing to order more and put one on my Boeing 737.
WOW! Some awesome craftsmanship Nice build!
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:16 PM
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Fantastic scale 737.
I'd like to know what that vinyl covering routine is and materials used.

loved the scale lights too
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:34 PM
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THE ONLY BAD THING IS, THEY ARE SOLD OUT AND CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE!

I was goiing to order more and put one on my Boeing 737

Not sure what you need the Gryo for, you did a fantastic maiden and didn't seem to have any trouble landing.
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:38 PM
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WOW! Some awesome craftsmanship Nice build!
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Fantastic scale 737.
I'd like to know what that vinyl covering routine is and materials used.

loved the scale lights too
Agreed... that is the coolest scale electric turbine plane I have seen.

Thanks for putting the video together. I wish I could see actually see it fly in real life!
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:46 PM
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wow ya i want to know alot more about the vinyl procedure, that is really cool. i have an 30 year old foam spitfire that i have been thinking of doing something with and that looks like the answer right there.
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:47 PM
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thats actually kinda cool!
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:56 PM
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Hey John, are we going to plan another end of the summer 3D flash mob event in Lynden again? The fam and I really enjoyed coming up for the day.
Old Jan 30, 2013, 10:59 PM
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just one? haha, that would be great! Just give us a heads up!
Old Jan 30, 2013, 11:10 PM
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End of the summer?! I'm thinking season opener!
Old Jan 30, 2013, 11:14 PM
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No, the gyro will not try to self-level, so you are NOT fighting the gyro.

THE ONLY BAD THING IS, THEY ARE SOLD OUT AND CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE!

I was goiing to order more and put one on my Boeing 737.
You had me at 737! Loved the attention to detail, amazing! You took building to an art-form level!.

Thanks again for taking the time to give me some great intel.
After I ordered the hobbypartz gyro it I got an out of stk notice as well.

You might try the RX3S OrangeRX 3-Axis Flight Stabilizer V2 from HK. I have one on the way and it looks like a better unit at least aesthetically. I have watched the youtube reviews and it looks solid. We will see if it can produce the gyro voodoo goods in flight. For $18 if your in a procurement hurry it's worth a shot.

Here is the link to the review vid:
How to Setup OrangeRx Stabilizer - using Bixler Glider (17 min 0 sec)
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Old Jan 30, 2013, 11:15 PM
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Fantastic scale 737.
I'd like to know what that vinyl covering routine is and materials used.

loved the scale lights too
Click my user ID.
It will take you to my build BLOG.
The vinyl is not not for hobby application.
They are used by "Arts & Signs" for cars & windows and etc.
There are 2 pages if you click my blog's "comments" .
Thanks guys...
- Spyro
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Old Jan 30, 2013, 11:54 PM
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I Googled search the HobbyPartz Gyro "IMAGE",
& this is the closest one I could only find when comparing the picture:


http://www.himodel.com/multi_rotors/..._Airplane.html
Looks like its a "version 2",

while the HobbyPartz is a first version (basic) with less configuration (such as V-tail, etc)

The HobbyPartz manual's "wordings" were the same as the "V2" except the extras on V2.

- Spyro
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Old Jan 31, 2013, 12:14 AM
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I Googled search the HobbyPartz Gyro "IMAGE",
& this is the closest one I could only find when comparing the picture:
- Spyro
Got it on order to test out. I like the size & weight for a small indoor foamy. Now if I could just stick some ram on it, have some machine code written so it would fly a perfect autopilot 3D routine sync'd to music...that would be super fun & it would correct for my flight skills. lol

Thanks again.
Old Jan 31, 2013, 01:13 AM
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.... stick some ram on it, have some machine code written so it would fly a perfect autopilot 3D routine sync'd to music...
Anything is possible ..... for a price.


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