When buying new everything comes that you need. Pretty much what we decided to do here is a video on setting up the gyro gains. Just a very damaged ego along with the forearm. So I reach under the spinning blades to pull the power plug from the battery. Follow along with this build as I get the videos uploaded. I can assure you there will be a lot of fun had with this little guy! The first takeoff was not as planned and got a little rough. The main shaft and feathering shaft are as straight as an arrow, the bearings are the smoothest you can get and the overall quality of the materials are outstanding! I haven't been able to find the bind procedure, can anyone help me out?? No more worrying about a bearing locking up and crashing the helicopter.
Anyone got some good advice on that one? Aileron and elevator roll rate need to remain close, with setting deviation to remain within 20%. Finally there will be no more worrying about bleeding when something comes flying off a clone and hitting me. Unfortunately, even though I have turned the pots all the way up, I. Move aileron stick to adjust cyclic pitch acceleration level. This is pretty easy, but as you will see in later videos, you must test the fit of the main bearing blocks. Set to a value with no mechanical binding at extreme end or keep default value at 70%.
If adjustment to helicopters roll rate is needed, the adjustment must be made in the roll rate under flight modes cyclic pitch section. Move aileron stick to adjust cyclic pitch dampening. I've seen one or two folks do it. Set to a value with no mechanical binding at extreme end or keep default value at 70%. Dedicated receiver battery is recommended for acceleration higher than 50%.
It's just better to downoad the current software instead of using the disc that comes with it. No need to fish a belt through the tail and make sure it's not kinked or twisted, just plug in the shaft and go. Moving rudder stick to any one side to set delay. Optional Helicopter 1 Enter Helicopter 1 type and equipment. Use a real email address or you will not be granted access to the site. Ever since I got into this hobby, I have wanted an Align helicopter. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.
Email Address: Location Where do you live? We don't post much over there unless we are updating the members so we will not flood your feed like some places do. But thanks to the quality of Align products, the tail gears held together and I was able to fly again. The good news is if its a Futaba S-bus receiver then it is capable of using s-bus and one wire to control the lot. Move the stick to display the stick functions setting value. Everything in this video is pretty. Helicopter 2 Enter Helicopter 2 type and equipment.
You do want to make sure to check every bolt on this tail however. Where can I get the 'dongle'? Well I had the good fortune and a good wife that allowed me to get the latest and greatest in the Align arsenal. Password: Confirm Password: Email Address Please enter a valid email address for yourself. About spooling up when you're not expecting it. If reversed, move rudder stick to change direction.
I still think a switch to in between the motor and power cables would be a good idea. Name and Lastname Enter name and last name here. And yes you remove the bind plug while still powered, it sets fail safes, throttle etc. Helicopter 4 Enter Helicopter 4 type and equipment. Same methods applies to elevator using elevator stick to control flip rate.
My main shaft was so tight that without any shims, the auto gear was not wanting to turn. Blade 450 3D starts spooling up and at a good clip as well. If im not mistaken I believe Futaba does not make satellites for there receivers or one that is compatible with the 3gx. The head will come mostly assembled but you will have to take every screw out of it and put some thread lock on it. Helicopter 3 Enter Helicopter 3 type and equipment.