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Jan 07, 2012, 04:36 AM
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Nice lil shed you you got there. Too bad mine lost its roof last week in the 100mph wind.
Yes think I've been lucky as there has been a lot of carnage, around but got away with-it, just a wobbly fence panel...

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Could you explain ......
It's a Rud - Rud mix I did take a photo of this setting and posted a few pages back, if you need help just ask.

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topgear and Harrismagnum. Nice videos.
Cheers Paul
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Jan 07, 2012, 04:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Harrismagnum04
I have had some great tests of redundancy in the last few days, lost a prop completely and didnt even notice until i landed. A lady walking her dog came over with it. I then had a prop snap in flight, the octo started vibrating obviously so I landed with not problem, I also had a motor wire come off due to my bad soldering. Every time I had no problems landing and in fact in the case of the prop coming off I still caried on filming, the first part of this film with the Kayaks in was filmed with a Dex quad and Gaui FC the second part 1.56 on is with octo and DJI both on pretty windy days no camera stabilisation http://vimeo.com/34442210
Great video there!
Jan 07, 2012, 05:10 AM
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Hello

Flew my wookong hexa for a few days ago and it flew really nice. Yesterday in first lift off it wants to drift a lot to the right roll. I do a lot of sub trims to the left roll and then it flew good again. But does anyone know that went wrong?
The ground I started on was not completely straight, it leaned a little to the right when I hooked up the batteries. Fredde
Jan 07, 2012, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by liteglow
ESC throttle calibrated wrong.
Fast beep means its receiving signal way out of bounds to what it was calibrated to. Wookong sends ~960?us as 'stop' pulse, you might want to trim throttle down a bit or use a servo tester to calibrate outputs exactly 1000..2000us
Jan 07, 2012, 07:13 AM
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the trim is all the way down when I calibrate servo.

I dont have any servo tester!
Jan 07, 2012, 07:38 AM
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Some one should have mention that all TRIM was supposed to be in center !
problem solved.... as I said before, it must have been some small text in the manual that I had missed.

thanx timecop for solving the problem :-)

Flying was OK..
-25 Degree Celsius outside, so I`m only flying inside for testing.

Anyway, it felt like I could add some more gain on the roll\pitch ?
It was very sensitive on the sticks, and when I hold it in my hand hovering, I could easy turn it.
This is usual ?

sorry to ask , but I have only used GU controller before, and that one was rock stable hovering in air!
Last edited by liteglow; Jan 07, 2012 at 10:11 AM.
Jan 07, 2012, 10:11 AM
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Hi
When I start the motors the motors spin at different rate in attitude or manual mode in the beginning. Is it ok. I upgraded the firmware to 2.0 and 5.0. The quad flipped two times.
Jan 07, 2012, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Rkopf
Hi,

Quick question...

I had someone help me build this and does this picture look OK to people? Those are the receiver antenna wires tucked in a zip tie on top of one of the ESCs

Thanks
I've had no problems with my antenna cable similar to this. But it wouldn't hurt to put space between the cable and the carbon like tony said.

But don't get too crazy about it. Unless your in a full carbon sailplane shell, futaba is pretty solid.
Jan 07, 2012, 10:48 AM
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Originally Posted by liteglow
Some one should have mention that all TRIM was supposed to be center!

sorry to ask , but I have only used GU controller before, and that one was rock stable hovering in air!
Basic RC dude, center everything, clear mixes, curves, etc. when starting any new model.

Do you have any expo setup that might be causing the fast rates and twitchy feeling?
Jan 07, 2012, 10:51 AM
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Ground Station Virus detected


Hi, first I have a hexa with dji wk, it flyes perfect with dslr and gopro mounted together. I have also byed a Ground Station. When I try to install it on a computer with Window7 and AVG virus controll, it detects virus in groundstation.exe. I have tryed o instal on several computers. Is there someone else have got the same issue?
Jan 07, 2012, 11:06 AM
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I use Norton and Avira, don't have the issue. AVG definitions might treat a non-threat file as virus. Disable AVG to install.
Jan 07, 2012, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by ~>Miha<~
Please discover the next functions by reading the manual like us idiots do as it would be a pity to see you nominated for the next Darwin Awards.
Guide me to the place in the manual where it read "arming motors will start motors." - I didn't found anything about it.

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Oh, and gute Besserung... immer wieder schön wenn der Schmerz nachlässt, isn't it?
Danke :-) Laughing still causes some pain *fg*.

Bernd
Jan 07, 2012, 11:18 AM
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I use Norton and Avira, don't have the issue. AVG definitions might treat a non-threat file as virus. Disable AVG to install.
Hi Sidney, Just sent you an email, if you could let us know if you got it.. Cheers
Jan 07, 2012, 11:34 AM
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If this is a real virus, it may be dangerous, but I will try to take a chance


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