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Getting Started

After a few members told me about these servos, I hit up Jason over at Banggood to see if I could get my hands on them. He agreed and sent them to me. In the video below, I explain the servos which are already installed in my SE V2. If it could have gone wrong, it did go wrong on this video. Including completely smashing my helicopter into the ground on a test flight, but this was not the fault of the servos, they did exactly what they were supposed to do. Have a watch and tell me what you...
We get asked this question a lot . What is the center frequency of such and so servo. Not just helis but plane guys and quad guys need that info cause its a part of programming your gyro So here is a very simple and extremely reliable way -= BEASTX - BE ABSOLUTE STABLE =- Even if you aren't using beastx ... That's ok... Servo specs don't change gyro to gyro. Just go to this website and select version (highest) .. Right now it's 3.0 Then select language And it'll...
Time and time again I get asked what the best helicopter is to start out with. And the answer may not be as easy as you think. If you have never flown anything before, including planes, then you need to start out with a coax helicopter. Why a coax? Because they are the most stable of all of the helicopter. The Blade mCX is a great helicopter to start out with. It's small, it's 4 channel, and you will be able to learn your orientation with it. The next best thing about the coax helicopters...
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