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Jr 8103 and DA100 trottle curve help

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Old 07-16-2006, 01:23 AM
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Default Jr 8103 and DA100 trottle curve help

Can someone please tell me how to program the 8103 for trottle curve to soften the low to midrange on my DA 100.

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Old 07-16-2006, 10:55 PM
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Default RE: Jr 8103 and DA100 trottle curve help

Setup a mix using throttle as both master channel and slave channel, then adjust the values to get what you want.

Example, on Mix 2 (a multi point mix)
I set:
point L to 0, does not change the low point
point 1 to -4, decreases the mixed output so the throttle is actually a little lower than linear
point 2 to -7, adjust these middle three values until you get the response that you're looking for
point 3 to -10, ditto above
point H to 0 does not change full throttle point

I'm sure there are other ways to do it but this worked for me.

You can put this mix on a switch and turn it on and off in flight to see if you like it. Then maybe just set the mix to be on all the time to free up the switch for something else.
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Default RE: Jr 8103 and DA100 trottle curve help

Thanks....I will give it a try.

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