Originally Posted by Lentar
The actual values you are supposed to put in the pitch curve are:
30, 35, 45, 55, 60 (Normal flying)
25, 35, 45, 55, 65 (Stunt flying)
Whatever the actual values, it does not make a difference, as the value 25 gives maximum negative pitch, and 65 gives maximum positive pitch.
In both curves, 45 gives zero pitch at mid-throttle.
Actually the middle numbers will make a difference on how the stick feels during the transitions of points in those curves between the minimum and maximum pitch. The more linear the more smooth it will be and is why most instead choose to forgo adjusting pitch for a micro cp on the pitch curve and instead leave it linear and adjust pitch end points with travel adjust.
On a properly setup CP heli 0 pitch should be 50% pitch curve ( or 0 on -100 to +100 radios) and 50% stick, anything else is incorrect for a CP heli and you might as well start off right
To get an -11 with 0 pitch at 45% (midstick) and +11 pitch with a curve that starts at 25 and ends at 65 they have adjusted the servo arm or pitch links length and/or messing with software. It should be 25 through 75 to have equal degrees of output and 0 pitch at 50%
What I really dont understand is how the two pitch curves 30, 35, 45, 55, 60 (Normal flying) and 25, 35, 45, 55, 65 (Stunt flying) give -2 pitch for 30% and -11 pitch for 25% and 10 pitch at 60% and 11 pitch at 65% between the two modes unless they are messing with travel limits as well on the regular and/or stunt mode.....