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Better Yaw shots - Transmitter sticks adjuster

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by mikkel, Mar 10, 2015.

  1. mikkel

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  2. locoworks

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    why do you need a rubber band on up/down??
     
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    Why do you need rubber bands at all ?
     
  4. msinger

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    Here's another interesting solution to this problem:

     
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    If the rubber band thing works, all one has to do is tap a couple of screws into the remote and stretch a small rubber band between them. No real need to buy that plastic piece.
     
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    lol, i was about to start a new thread about DIY yaw adjustments. I've seen the solder controller switch but don't like the idea of hacking up my controller. i was thinking of just putting two plastic D's (almost perfect half circles) back to back, with enough wiggle room to only be able to pan the controller side to side the slightest bit/slowest speed. but the rubber band trick might be easier.

    wait. what? cereal box top? lulz.. things just got real.
     
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    Actually, installing something that blocks the full left< >right yaw stick movement will not work because you need to be able to put the sticks into the 'V" position to start up the bird - which requires a full lower-right movement of the left stick. Although... two plastic D-shapes FACING each other with a little space might work, if that's what you mean. I'd rather not block off any stick movement, but I will be trying out the rubber band method when I get back to flying.
     
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    Mikkel if your prices weren't so ridiculously high, I would buy two, but on top of that shipping and waiting 20 days from Israel? No thanks !
     
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