how is the replacement parts looking? I nosed mine in today and snapped the wood piece. I need to buy the wood camera piece, and the nuts/bolts that hold them on. Thanks! -Tyler
I would like to ask a general question about flying a tri. As I'm a total noob and have not flown anything before I have nothing to relate to. I'm currently getting it to lift off ok but I barely move the stick and the appropriate action occurs. This makes it extremely difficult to fly. I have tried all kinds of pot adjustment without much success (running a HK v1 1.6).
Not asking for anyone to troubleshoot I just want to know if it should be easier than this. Should the movements be more gradual? Sure does look smoother in your videos.
If you are running the same board maybe you can tell me what your pot settings are.
Well, if your tricopter doesn't oscillate (wobble around) the pot settings are probably all right.
It was difficult for me too ! The first time I tried to fly it, it just went back and forth, up and down, I didn't really know what I did ^^
But then I programmed my radio with 60% Dual Rate and 30% Expo on the Pitch and Roll commands, and it started to be easier.
It's just a matter of time, eventually you'll get used to it, believe me
(I also found that FPV flying is much easier than regular flying with a Tricopter...)
^^ Yeah, I have agree with technologeek. You'll need some expo and d/r to get comfortable with it. I have about 30% on roll/pitch as well. It's still a bit sensitive, but I got used to it.
And yes, flying FPV with a hovering machine takes some getting used to. Keep at it! I practiced a lot of landings LOS before I land with goggles on to get used to the feel...