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tecnam




PostSubject: Throttle on Esky Belt-CP Transmitter   Wed Oct 21, 2009 6:42 am

Hi was wondering I just got a new Heli (as above) all charged up, battery in, trims set but I hardly apply throttle but a very little and it spools right up as if to take off power, any ideas?
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PostSubject: Re: Throttle on Esky Belt-CP Transmitter   Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:44 am

Is your throttle trim tab set to center or is it all the way down? orange78
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PostSubject: touchy throttle   Wed Oct 21, 2009 11:22 am

If your using the Esky tx it is very sensitive. Even with throttle trim all the way down. This is how i lift off. I put in a little foward elevator, a little right aileron. I have to put in about 1/2 stick left rudder. Just very easily bring throttle up maybe 1 notch. The heli will seem to jump and the tail will go right. Let it do that, but don't give it any more throttle until you get the tail back straight. Then give more throttle and it will gently lift off. Don't forget to bring aileron and elevator sticks back to center when it gets off the ground. After i get off the ground it is very stable. I hardly have to do any inputs,. I have mine trimmed out. Look at the photo to the left. Build 1 of these and you can trim your rudder and track your blades with out flying. :bigthumb:
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tecnam




PostSubject: Re: Throttle on Esky Belt-CP Transmitter   Wed Oct 21, 2009 2:53 pm

jstarks wrote:
Is your throttle trim tab set to center or is it all the way down? orange78

The throttle trim is set all the way down
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PostSubject: Re: Throttle on Esky Belt-CP Transmitter   Wed Oct 21, 2009 2:55 pm

shadowforce1946 wrote:
If your using the Esky tx it is very sensitive. Even with throttle trim all the way down. This is how i lift off. I put in a little foward elevator, a little right aileron. I have to put in about 1/2 stick left rudder. Just very easily bring throttle up maybe 1 notch. The heli will seem to jump and the tail will go right. Let it do that, but don't give it any more throttle until you get the tail back straight. Then give more throttle and it will gently lift off. Don't forget to bring aileron and elevator sticks back to center when it gets off the ground. After i get off the ground it is very stable. I hardly have to do any inputs,. I have mine trimmed out. Look at the photo to the left. Build 1 of these and you can trim your rudder and track your blades with out flying. :bigthumb:


Ok I will try that then, cheers
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PostSubject: Forgot to mention   Wed Oct 21, 2009 9:31 pm

Throttle up very slowly. When the blades start to spin is when it will seem to jump and the tail goes to the right, Bring the tail back straight,but no more throttle until you get tail at 6 c'clock. Keep your aileron and elevator inputs in. As heli starts to lift off as you throttle up watch what the heli does. If you have too much elavator and aileron it will lean right and go foward. Counter act this, but not too much. I find the aileron and elevator are very touchy so be careful how much input you use. It might take a few batteries just to get it to lift off correctly. Don't try real flying until you can get an almost straight up lift off. Then practice tail in hover in about a 10x10 area. Once you can keep it in a stable hover for about 5 min, go to something else.Try radd's flight school. It will help you learn the propr steps. Learn the feel of the tx and how much input you have to use to keep it steady. I'm getting the dx6i tx as soon as i can. It is not as sensitive and you can set blade pitch in both modes and a throttle curve. Hop this helps some. Happy flying. Don't try to go too fast. It will come. :bigthumb:
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