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Admiral RX600SP 6-channel DSMX with Stability Plus Gyro

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  • Good to know! So are most finding the 9-oclock the sweet spot generally speaking?
    My YouTube RC videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDZ..._bdGEJBmtV7YUw

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    • I turned my gain down to 9-oclock on all three and while better, I see she's still wagging on a high speed pass. It's either rudder or aileron...I am thinking of turning rudder off and seeing if that stops it. If not, I will lower aileron significantly. Process of elimination.
      My YouTube RC videos:
      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDZ..._bdGEJBmtV7YUw

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      • Originally posted by Aros View Post
        I turned my gain down to 9-oclock on all three and while better, I see she's still wagging on a high speed pass. It's either rudder or aileron...I am thinking of turning rudder off and seeing if that stops it. If not, I will lower aileron significantly. Process of elimination.
        I don't have this specific RX, but I do have the Lemon version. Of all the gyro type devices I've used, I find that rudder is the least sensitive to higher gain and airspeed. You can turn that one up much higher than the other two. Next comes elevator and finally, the aileron gyro is the most sensitive and must be the lowest as speed increases.

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        • Originally posted by Aros View Post
          I turned my gain down to 9-oclock on all three and while better, I see she's still wagging on a high speed pass. It's either rudder or aileron...I am thinking of turning rudder off and seeing if that stops it. If not, I will lower aileron significantly. Process of elimination.
          Should work without rudder, sounds like that could be inducing Dutch Roll phenomena.

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          • Thanks guys...It's not pitching, it's wagging which is why I thought it was the rudder but maybe it's the ailerons? I'll get to the bottom of it! :Cool:
            My YouTube RC videos:
            https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDZ..._bdGEJBmtV7YUw

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            • Originally posted by Aros View Post
              Thanks guys...It's not pitching, it's wagging which is why I thought it was the rudder but maybe it's the ailerons? I'll get to the bottom of it! :Cool:
              Nullify the rudder inputs first, as that is what is probably is causing the wag. Ailerons are using the gyro to cancel out the coupled roll movements.

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              • Copy that! Next flight rudder will be at 0. Thanks!
                My YouTube RC videos:
                https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDZ..._bdGEJBmtV7YUw

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