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450 Blade 450 X Helicopter With The Beast X - Ar7200bx

Discussion in 'Helicopters' started by ABriscoe, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. ABriscoe

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    I have a Blade 450 X Helicopter with the Beast X - AR7200BX. What I need to know
    is what should all the settings be in the Spektrum DX7s Transmitter.

    In the manual that came with the helicopter it has some crazy settings that I don’t
    think are for me. I don’t fly 3D so all I want is the basic setup for the transmitter.

    Could you please help me with this. I have watched Tony's video on how to setup
    The AR7200BX.

    I attached a photo of the manual page for the transmitter settings that came with the copter and if you can tell
    me what I should change for just normal flight.
    Spektrum DX7s Steup.jpg
     


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    What settings are you thinking are not for you? Because those settings look pretty good other than the N throttle curve. For that I would run 0 60 60 60 60 and get rid of that 30. Better when trying to lower in altitude a little quicker. Pitch curve, I run 46 48 50 75 100 in N, but with their numbers it will just give you more negative pitch to hold you on the ground which is always good.

    The BX is really good at making for a soft feeling helicopter so if you set it to sport (I think), then the DR/Expo numbers look good as well.
     
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    Once again Tony, Your The Best... Thank You!!!!!!!!
     
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    It's my pleasure! :thumbsup:
     
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    One last thing Tony, to setup the Beast-X do I make all the "n" settings to linear?
     
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    I'm not sure I understand the question. Are you talking about Menu N? Because that is just a test menu where you rotate the helicopter around and make sure the swash stays in the same orientation in space, no matter the helicopter position. But I have a feeling that is not what you are referring to.
     
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    In the Transmitter. They say that when you setup the BeastX you should use a linear curve but the photo settings that I posted they
    are not linear for the transmitter.
     
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    Oh, now I'm up to speed lol. You definitely want a linear pitch curve in your Tx so that mid stick is 50% pitch, low stick is full negative and high stick is full positive. Once all of that setup is done, then you will go in and set the pitch curve to what it states in the manual or what I stated before, your choice.
     
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    Should it just be under "N" in the transmitter or should it be all?
     
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    Just N, or Normal mode. You shouldn't have to ever move your idle up, or F-Mode switch during setup.
     
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    Again, Thank You Tony... Sorry to be such a pain. Your the best!
     
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    Not a pain at all bro! I'm just sorry I didn't pick up what you were putting down earlier lol. Only thing that I could think of was menu N in the BX but I knew that couldn't be right lmao. Hope you get it in the air soon!
     

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