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Old 02-12-2012, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default What 3D maneuver can't perform on c05m/M5

I just upgrade my V2 to M5 motor. Very happy about it.
Using stock tail, very stable not wagging.
I am doing basic invert and flips, nothing too crazy yet.

There are all other more powerful motors. So I want to know,
what kind 3D moves require a motor more powerful than
c05m.

For example, with stock motor, tic tac is very hard because
the motor bog too much. I crash my heli every time I try it.

C05M seems able to handle tic tac fine. In terms of 3D
maneuver, what is the limit of the C05M motor?
I'd better upgrade to more powerful motor before I try those
maneuver.

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Old 02-12-2012, 11:57 PM   #2
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You can pretty much do any maneuver, just not very fast. It seems like the tic toc is one of those moves that not only require the right stick inputs, but enough power to make it fast and clean.

If you are doing nice clean crisp tic tocs with the c05m, that's very impressive. A video would be great.
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Most tricks will be limited by the tail performance not the main motor. I've yet to see an mcpx do a piro loop or piro tic toc.
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Old 02-13-2012, 12:17 AM   #4
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One of the best C05m vids to date.


I think my thumbs are embarassed. They think they are ok at 3d!

A C05 heli is a real nice "goto" heli. Very resilient, does most of what many of us will ever be capable of, is super light and tolerant of poor or less than stellar setup. Sure perfect setup is nice and my Hp08 heli requires it but it's nice to not have to worry as much. Crash, pfft, it'll fly fine again.

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Old 02-13-2012, 12:40 AM   #5
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That is good to know the C05M is capable of most 3D maneuvers.

Pakk, my tic toc is very poor. I will shoot a video if I ever get that clean.

DominicD, I am searching youtube piro loop and piro tic toc.

Amp, thanks for the nice video, very impressive.
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Old 02-13-2012, 12:41 PM   #6
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Most tricks will be limited by the tail performance not the main motor. I've yet to see an mcpx do a piro loop or piro tic toc.
Check out trainwrecks vid in the main mcpx forum of his 2s mcpx he piro tic toks the hell outta thing. Awesome vid
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Old 02-13-2012, 12:43 PM   #7
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I pretty much avoid the mcpx forums
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My mCPX with C05M can do piro rainbows, piroloops, tic tocs, and piro mobius just fine
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piro mobius are a joke on the mcpx, way too much stabilization on that bird.
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My mCPX with C05M can do piro rainbows, piroloops, tic tocs, and piro mobius just fine
Hi Chris, Let me know next time you do it on your c05m. I want to make a video
of it. Even your stock motor flight is very impressive. I wish I have a camera at that
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piro mobius are a joke on the mcpx, way too much stabilization on that bird.
I beg to differ
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depends which way you piro
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whats the stick movement for a piro flip?
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Left stick is heavy on rudder in one direction, collective is up and down, cyclic is stirring in the appropriate direction.
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That is good to know the C05M is capable of most 3D maneuvers.

Pakk, my tic toc is very poor. I will shoot a video if I ever get that clean.

DominicD, I am searching youtube piro loop and piro tic toc.

Amp, thanks for the nice video, very impressive.
Just to clarify, that's definately not me on the sticks lol.

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c05m half piro flips like a champ.

i was super surprised, this has been the best upgrade i've ever done to a heli.

I do have a wicked shake here and there, i'm assuming it's the stock swash, i have a microheli swash coming tomorrow.
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c05m half piro flips like a champ.

i was super surprised, this has been the best upgrade i've ever done to a heli.

I do have a wicked shake here and there, i'm assuming it's the stock swash, i have a microheli swash coming tomorrow.
MH swash + 1/2 grommets makes a HUGE difference in how precise it flies with BL.
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