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Old 05-19-2015, 05:08 PM   #1
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Trex 450 Pro V2 Adjustments

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Hi All fellow Helo flyers,
Just need a little advice on adjustments for a novice on flybarless Trex 450. What should I use on the pitch and throttle adjustments, what works for you ?
Also the ESC is a Castle creations 50, have a flashing amber light, is that good or bad?
Thanks in advance,
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Old 05-20-2015, 12:49 AM   #2
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Re: Trex 450 Pro V2 Adjustments

Not sure about the Castle Creations ESC as I don't own any CC stuff on my helis.

As for your throttle and pitch curves, it really depends on what flight mode you're planning on using. Normal mode, Idle up (stunt mode) 1 or 2. Also, what kind of transmitter are you using?

Personally, I like to use a straight (linear) pitch curve that goes from full negative to full positive pitch. 0 pitch at mid stick. I do that in all flight modes, however some people like to use a different flight curve for the bottom half of the pitch curve when in normal mode only. They'll set the bottom half to only have about 2 or 3 deegrees of negative pitch so that they don't force the heli into the ground during a panic landing.

As for throttle curve, I use a straight across, flat, line in my idle up modes and usually leave my normal mode to a straight 45 degree angle but I never fly in normal mode so that works nicely for me. The point with setting your throttle curve is to keep your headspeed as constant as possible.

Hope this helps. In reality, take anyone elses settings as a starter point only. Then make adjustments to suit how you want the heli to fly.
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