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Tail Wag, GY401 Please help

Old 07-08-2013, 07:56 AM
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I have a TREX 450 Recently I reprogrammed my radio (Spektrum DX6) all servos are set up and copter hovers ok.

My Problem:
Upon take off and hover rudder (Tail) input causes minor tail wagg. sometimes it gets sever and I have to land immediately. The dip settings on the gyro are set to "digital" tail servo.

This has to be a radio problem since all was working fine until I wiped out the radio. Any Ideas? Is there a rudded gain setting on the radio? My DX6 is a pain to program...Please help

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Default RE: Tail Wag, GY401 Please help

Yes, there is a gyro setting in the radio. Go to your 450 menu scroll to gyro click on gyro menu, the scroll down to normal setting and check that. Do you know what your settings were prior, if not, start at about 65 and go from there, then work on stunt setting which is next one downp

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