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THROTTLE HOLD

Old 08-17-2008, 12:07 PM
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Hi guys:

I have a JX9303 radio and I want to know (if possible) to pre set the pitch to certain position when throttle hold is activated. I don't want the fact the pith is positioned too negative when throttle hold is active.

Thanks in advance

JC
Old 08-17-2008, 12:44 PM
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ORIGINAL: juance

Hi guys:

I have a JX9303 radio and I want to know (if possible) to pre set the pitch to certain position when throttle hold is activated. I don't want the fact the pith is positioned too negative when throttle hold is active.

Thanks in advance

JC
Throttle Hold has it's own pitch curve so the pitch is determined by your pitch curve and where in the curve your collective stick position is.

Don't want to have negative when you switch to throttle hold? Then move your stick to a position that's not negative and then make the switch.
Typically, most pilots change there curves so that mid-stick is 0° pitch. So the best way to set up your pitch curves are to have all of them the same from mid-stick to 100% stick. That way when you are flying (somewhere above mid-stick) and switch to throttle hold, you don't get a sudden pitch change. It think that's what you're trying to avoid.
Old 08-17-2008, 01:06 PM
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Hi Tippy:

You're right I didn't check the hold pith curve, that answers my question.

Thanks a lot !!!!

Good flying

JC

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