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Jun 07, 2012, 02:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Impailer
Thanks - I have emailed Freewing - has anyone actually confirmed they manufacture this plane?

Nowt on RC Castle, but will also email them.

Appreciate the pointers - how frustrating that there is so little information provided by Sebart!
Rc castle said no-go, but suggested a 6s setup. Will chase Sebart and Hobby Lobby.

Might end up getting a rtf model and keep kit for spares if I can't get a satisfactory answer.

V2 models detailed in uk with 45a esc's -I thought that they had put more headroom on the new version?
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Jun 07, 2012, 03:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Impailer
Rc castle said no-go, but suggested a 6s setup. Will chase Sebart and Hobby Lobby.

Might end up getting a rtf model and keep kit for spares if I can't get a satisfactory answer.

V2 models detailed in uk with 45a esc's -I thought that they had put more headroom on the new version?
good luck! i'm waiting with baited breath.
Jun 09, 2012, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Heathy
Found something else whilst putting it together. Coming from the gyro I have a split lead joined to rudder and then gyro sense single white lead which then goes into servo extension plug marked as gyro sense! So far this all makes sense coming from helis.

However I also have a 2nd servo extension lead (loose) marked as gyro sense? I can't see what this is for as the existing one reaches the rx

Any ideas? Or just a spare put in by mistake?
2nd lead is "not for use". Maybe for programming/updating ??. Do not use Head hold, use normal mode. This gyro is made fore Heli's, not "fixwing".
Frode
Jun 10, 2012, 03:45 PM
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Do not use Head hold, use normal mode.
+1 very important advice.

Cheers,
Henrik
Jun 11, 2012, 09:39 AM
FLY IY, BREAK IT, FIX IT,
Right. I've given up on a sensible answer from any of the distributors on where to get a stock motor and bought a second hand Mig with everything, except gyro.

Can anyone recommend a suitable gyro to put in and also provide a diagram of how to wire it up?

Any help appreciated - thanks in advance
Jun 11, 2012, 01:52 PM
FLY IY, BREAK IT, FIX IT,
Hurrah - I have had a response from my local sebart distributor and sebart themselves!!!!

Area 51 (uk distributor) said email my LHS - not much use there!

Sebart said email Area 51!!!!!!!!

I emailed Sebart back to see if they had stock and they said:

"SORRY I DO NOT HAVE IN STOCK TOO.
 
THEY ARE GOING TO GET A CONTAINER FROM CINA SOON
SO THEY CAN PUT YOUR ITEMS IN THEIR ORDER TOO
 
SORRY
SEBA"

Not much f'ing use either!
Jun 11, 2012, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Impailer
Right. I've given up on a sensible answer from any of the distributors on where to get a stock motor and bought a second hand Mig with everything, except gyro.

Can anyone recommend a suitable gyro to put in and also provide a diagram of how to wire it up?

Any help appreciated - thanks in advance
Any heading hold gyro will work, it will be wired in between the rudder and reciever plus another lead that goes to the channel you want to use to turn it on and off...

Jack
Jun 11, 2012, 08:24 PM
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Has anyone flown this jet with a gyro in heading-hold mode? I've always found HH to be more trouble than it's worth.
Jun 12, 2012, 02:08 AM
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Originally Posted by jfetter
Any heading hold gyro will work, it will be wired in between the rudder and reciever plus another lead that goes to the channel you want to use to turn it on and off...

Jack
Thanks Jack

I have an Esky 0704B and a Detrum GY192. Both appear to have a HH mode - I note there is some debate on whether to use HH or Rate mode, but happy to try both.

Is there a way to switch off the gyro from a TX (JR3810)? or is it a case of once installed, always on? I am sure I saw someone on the forum say they had the gyro off in one of their [3] flight modes, but I've no idea if this is actually possible.

Thanks in advance.....
Jun 12, 2012, 05:11 AM
The land down under
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Originally Posted by Impailer
Hurrah - I have had a response from my local sebart distributor and sebart themselves!!!!

Area 51 (uk distributor) said email my LHS - not much use there!

Sebart said email Area 51!!!!!!!!

I emailed Sebart back to see if they had stock and they said:

"SORRY I DO NOT HAVE IN STOCK TOO.
 
THEY ARE GOING TO GET A CONTAINER FROM CINA SOON
SO THEY CAN PUT YOUR ITEMS IN THEIR ORDER TOO
 
SORRY
SEBA"

Not much f'ing use either!
What is the KV of the motor? Yes they are made by freewing.
Jun 12, 2012, 06:24 AM
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No Idea Simo - I would guess around 3800-4200kv running on a 4S.

EDIT: On reflection, possibly lower.
this looks promising
http://edfhobbies.com/index.php?rout...&product_id=71
Last edited by Impailer; Jun 12, 2012 at 06:42 AM.
Jun 12, 2012, 06:43 AM
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I'd has it a guess that they are 3000kv, what color are the motors?
Jun 12, 2012, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Impailer
Thanks Jack

I have an Esky 0704B and a Detrum GY192. Both appear to have a HH mode - I note there is some debate on whether to use HH or Rate mode, but happy to try both.

Is there a way to switch off the gyro from a TX (JR3810)? or is it a case of once installed, always on? I am sure I saw someone on the forum say they had the gyro off in one of their [3] flight modes, but I've no idea if this is actually possible.

Thanks in advance.....
Yes, you have an 8 channel TX so as long as you use an RX with enough channels, you can plug the gyro into a spare channel (Seba uses the gear channel) and then be able to turn on and off heading hold (when in mix mode 2) using the gear switch. Seba has you create 3 modes using the aileron rate switch if you follow the default programming. You can then select mode 2 (gyro enabled, we're calling the 3 modes 0, 1 and 2) and you then can control heading hold mode with the gear switch whenever you decide to use it, as in hover...

Jack
Jun 12, 2012, 01:20 PM
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Righto, just picked up a second hand one (was thinking this was the only way to get stock motors!) Not sure of its pedigree.......

Given it the once over and it has 50A Black Mantis ESC's, so they are not stock. Looking down the EDF units, I can see gold/yellow coloured motors.

I am beginning to suspect the motors may not be stock either! Are the stock ones purple?

I need to fire it up I guess and see what amps/watts I pull to get a feel for whether I have bought a model with stock motors......any thoughts?
Jun 12, 2012, 03:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Impailer
"SORRY I DO NOT HAVE IN STOCK TOO.
 
Hacker Motors in Germany has the V2 in stock. Maybe they can ship to the UK? See hacker-motor.com.

Cheers,
Henrik


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