Thanks for your advice, By pitch adjust on the sanwa I guess you are
relating to the pitch curve adjust am I correct ? Sorry for my lack of
I set the Raptor up with +12 at the top end whilst referring to the
recommendations in the manual. What effect will it have on the heli
reducing it to +7 or +8. I do have problems getting the heli to come
down and I feel the head speed is much to low when it finally does
start dropping and then I have to apply a lot more collective and
throttle to stop the descent rate. Any suggestions welcome
Is it easy to use the Pitch adjust?
> I think that you should leave the bottom pitch at 0 degrees for
> it won't come down quick enough then maybe increase it to -1 degree.
> The low pitch end determines the sensitivity of the Collective, and
> beginner, I don't think you want an overly sensitive collective
> like repairing Heli's. The positive pitch is set to not excessively
> the engine and +12 is alot unless you got some kinda really high
> engine in your Raptor. I had my Raptor set at 0 for the low, +6 for
> and + 7-8 for high until I could hover easily. I am now forward
> I have -1 , +6 and + 10. For throttlehold ( autorotate) I have -3
> plus 12.
> I set all my pitches with the radio Pitch adjust.
> > Hi,
> > I have a raptor set up for a beginner (which I am) and it has been
> > suggested I set it up with about 2 degrees neg pitch at bottom.
> > It is currently zero degree pitch bottom, 6 at hover and 12 at top.
> > How do I do this. I thought about adjusting the length of the
> > turnbuckle from the collective arm but this will change the hover
> > top pitch surely.
> > Is it done via the radio - I have heard of ATV - cannot find this
> > set - Can anyone help.
> > As I said I am a beginner with limited experience of all the
> > adjustments needed.
> > Sorry about this - but many thanks.
> > Thanks to David Ditch for his help. Throttle screws have been set
> > clutch mod done.
> > Lee Marshall
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