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By Nigel on Sunday, 27 May 2007 10:00 AM
 

Another 2 successful flights

The tail definately seems more locked in now that i re-adjusted the gyro.  I still need to adjust the trim one or two clicks left or right during the flight - not really sure why... maybe battery voltage??

I think i might have to change the length of the servo arm connection (increase) as i have had to turn the gain down to less than 50% to stop the wagging when you flick the rudder to straighten her up.

I have begun doing some right side...
By Nigel on Friday, 18 May 2007 10:00 AM
Another 2 successful flights.

After switching to the T-REX 450 tail blades (which are slightly smaller than the Titan's), i have had some fun trimming the tail.  I have been told that i should be mechanically adjusting it so the servo and control arms are at right angles to the tail boom.  This helped a bit with the "Zero" setting of the tail, because when the tail control arm is at right angles, there is a small amount of pitch on the tail, which again helps trimming.

I then went back...
By Nigel on Thursday, 10 May 2007 10:00 AM
Well... I have done quite a few flights since my last blog entry.  Unfortunately not all of them have been good flights. I got some more battery packs - another 2 Parkzone 3s1p 2200mAH lipos - and flights 12 and 13 were short flights (about 3 mins each) to "Break in" the new packs.  Flight 14 was back to my 1st pack (which i have labelled with a '1' hehe) and also went very smoothly.

Flight 15 was a nasty "flight"...  I had just spooled up, and given a bit more throttle (is that called the...
By Nigel on Tuesday, 1 May 2007 10:00 AM
 

Another flight without a problem

Not sure how long the flight lasted as i forgot to start the timer on the radio.  Seemed like ages though.  It took 1766ma to charge the battery.

Weather was cool, with a small amount of wind.  With the throttle curve up around the 90% mark, the heli was very responsive, but not twitchy like the NR3d.  Also i noticed that the...
 
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