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Climbing turns and other manoeuvres

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Narrator, Dec 27, 2014.

  1. Narrator

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    Climbing turns and other manoeuvres

    How would you rate yourself at 3 and 4 axis manoeuvres? When I learned to fly, it became almost second nature, but it's easier to do inside the cockpit.

    One thing I've noticed with my P2 is that yawing is super-sensitive, but banking isn't. So if I do a coordinated turn, it means being heavy on the right thumb while making fine movements with the left thumb. I'm tempted to adjust the sensitivity, especially for the left stick.
     
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    I would agree. You can modify the TX to give more gentle yaw movements, as the correlation between the 2 controls is not great. This however is the same for many R/C helicopters I have found. The only difference being on my DX8i, I can set the rates and stick limits from the menu and compensate for this.
     
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