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Discussion in 'Simulator Controllers' started by putang, Mar 11, 2019.

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  1. putang

    putang Member

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    I don't know now they fly those helicopters with out crashing all the time . because it is nearly impossible to keep it hovering in one place with out it floating all over the place . and the more it floats around the more speed it picks up . what's up with that. better to crash in the simulator than on the field . and flying the planes is just as much fun .
     


  2. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    That is how the real helicopters (rc that is) act in the air. It's like a marble on a sheet of glass. if you don't keep correcting the marble to keep it in the middle, it will keep moving and eventually fall off and hit the ground.
     
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    Turning your rates down or expo up a bit will help with that so you don't over correct as much.
    Once you get a bit better you can crank them back up a little at a time.
    Helped me heaps when I was learning to fly a heli.
    Then I discovered quads and FPV. :)
     
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