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Old 07-25-2014, 08:08 AM   #1
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Ok i added a aero x craft landing gear set along with a h3-3d gimbal and i was wondering if i need to adjust the center of gravity measurements on the set up screen of the naza. If so is there an easy way to caculate that?
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i guess i should add its a f550 running e300 on 4s
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Old 07-26-2014, 02:37 PM   #3
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i guess i should add its a f550 running e300 on 4s
It is always good to check. Easy for x and y, just balance your 550 on your two fingers put under the main frame plate perimeter edges in opposite sides of both X and Y axis. As for Z you need to hang the 550 by the landing leg under any motor and visually extend the string through the imaginary Z axis going through the centre of the main frame plate and see where it would cross it. Measure the distance of that point from your GPS disc and that is your -Z value.
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