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Old 12-29-2013, 01:32 AM
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Default Throttle on idle rpms

Dear friends hi,

I'am flying 3d large electric planes and suddenly a friend of mine wich is a very good pilot suggest me that my throttle is better if it is set on idle RPMs when the throttle stick is down.
Can anyone has an oppinion about that?

Please advise.

Alexandros.

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Old 01-05-2014, 07:29 PM
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I started to do that with my planes and I notice better response from the throttle. Mainly on my EF Laser 60 with the Airboss speed control. The 3dhs 47 Extra I wasn't doing that but just tried it today and it seems better also. It has a Castle Creation speed control in it.
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I am keep trying it also with all my planes and i feel that is better .
The idea is that with some idle rpms the response is better with less chance for stuttering and less speed on down lines.
Also i found that harriers and rolling harriers are easier too.

I am still working on it, thaks for the feedback.
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