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Old 03-11-2014, 11:46 AM   #81
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You can simply push the big "450" button in basic setup and it will fly ok with a touch of tail gain tuning Detailed setup won't help you anyway since it has to be tuned for every heli.
It was like that with the BeastX when I had one on the Mini Protos, but the defaults after clicking the magic "450" button were not so great.

Just looking for some help and examples. I know every heli is different and people have different flying styles.

Inconsistent piro and dolphin in FFF are my obvious problems
Anyway things seem to be getting better. Much more I gain for the tail and elevator, and reduced the agility.

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Old 03-28-2014, 09:31 PM   #82
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A lot of people running tgy306s here. Would you reccomend these over the hs5065mg for mini p cyclic dutt?
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Old 03-29-2014, 06:01 AM   #83
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A lot of people running tgy306s here. Would you reccomend these over the hs5065mg for mini p cyclic dutt?
Well the tgy-306/kst215/kds n300, are rally good servos, better specs all around than the hs5065mg and cheaper ! and they don't strip gears easily (haven't stripped any in 3 crashes).

The only thing is that you have to take them apart when you get them to isolate the board from the metal casing :

I haven't had any issue with them in a 100 flights.

I have heard good 3D pilots say that they didn't notice a difference between the MKS DS95 and the tgy-306 so I figured I wouldn't either And since you can get 3 tgy-306 for the price of one DS95 the choice was quite easiy to make for me.
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Old 03-29-2014, 03:03 PM   #84
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Even better than the 5084. Are you running 4 of them or 3 and something different on the tail?
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Even better than the 5084. Are you running 4 of them or 3 and something different on the tail?
I'm running a DS95i on the tail, it was my first build so I didn't want to have any issues with the tail.
Some other people here run it on the tail with good results though I believe.
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