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Trex 450 Sport throttle/pitch curve help

Old 12-21-2013, 01:48 PM
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Default Trex 450 Sport throttle/pitch curve help

Hi all,

I'm transitioning from a FP heli to my first CP, on a Trex 450 Sport.
What would be a good throttle/pitch curve to start out on? Looking to make a smooth transition into CP.

I'm not interested in 3D flying, will ultimately be flying scale.

Thank you in advance for your help.
Old 12-28-2013, 10:19 AM
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first what type radio you got
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I'm not familiar how to set JR radio also you also need pitch gauge to set your pitch curve.
ex setting pitch curve.......................T up 0/50/100
T hold 43/53/100 ( for flight forwad)
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If you have the manual it will give you a good general flight tc/pc which is usually fairly tame for a novice pilot. but typically -2, 5, 12 for the pitch curve and for throttle I use a generic throttle curve that the radio starts off with.

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