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Old 12-20-2003, 04:09 PM
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Default CSM v10 Raptor Specs

Does anyone have the specs of their setup written down that I could enter in my CSM?

Would like to try and do what I can already on another set of specs (to make it more realistic)

If so please email to kiwipilot @ flying-kiwi.com (no spaces)

Thankyou in advance.
Old 12-21-2003, 05:16 PM
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Default RE: CSM v10 Raptor Specs

Would like to try and do what I can already on another set of specs (to make it more realistic)
Your not going to get it much more realistic then it is. The V10 is not one of the best sim's on the market.
Old 12-22-2003, 04:46 AM
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Default RE: CSM v10 Raptor Specs

Hi KP,

I think the CSM simulator is excellent! All I do is play around with different blade angles etc & try to find the most realistic for me. I also crank up the sim speed to 124%.

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Nick

ps are you really a flightless bird?[8D]
Old 12-22-2003, 07:33 AM
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Default RE: CSM v10 Raptor Specs

Thanks for your input guys.

Will keep playing around with random settings until I can hover almost anything.

A kiwi is a flightless bird - also nocturnal.
Old 12-23-2003, 12:07 AM
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Default RE: CSM v10 Raptor Specs

I'll get all the specs from my R50 model in CSM, it flys very close to what my R50 flys like, you can down the engine power and the paddle weight to make it feel like the 30.

Colin
Old 12-23-2003, 12:42 AM
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Default RE: CSM v10 Raptor Specs

Here it is, I know these are not realistic figures but this is what works with my radio setup, I'll give you my ATV's although it probably wont matter unless we are using the same brand radio (futaba)


Dimensions

Main rotor diameter 1.281 m
Blade Chord 60 mm
Blade profile drag 0.016
Blade weight 65 g
Helicopter weight 3.13 kg
Main shaft to tail shaft distance 0.700 m
Yaw inerita 0.15
Tail rotor diameter 235 mm
Tail rotor blade chord 24 mm
Main to tail gear ratio 8.3
Main to engine gear ratio 9.8
Stabibialty factor 2.3
Cyclic responce 9.0
Rotor direction Clockwise

Setup

Roll paddle throw 35.0 deg.
Fore/Aft paddle throw 33.5 deg.
Mid stick tail pitch 9.00 deg.
Tail pitch throw 32.0 deg.
Collective 100% travel 11.2 deg.
Collective 50% travel 0.8 deg.
Collective 0% travel -7.2 deg

Engine Data

Peak power output 1.61 hp
Peak power revs 18000 rpm
Tank size 900 cc

Flybar Data

Flybar span 514mm
Paddle span 89mm
Paddle chord 51mm
Paddle weight 23 g

Here is what I have in my radio

ATV's for cyclic 86% both ways
ATV's for tail rotor 105% both ways
Pitch curve idle up 1% 22% 42% 66% 82%
Throttle curve idle up 100% 80% 50% 80% 100%
Pitch curve normal same as idle up
Throttle curve normal 1% 12% 15% 24% 80%
Expo -22% (futaba)


If you are running a futaba radio and set it up just like this you will hopfully have a machine that flys just like my R50 in your sim, you can make it feel like the 30 by reducing power and cyclic response.

Colin
Old 12-23-2003, 03:59 AM
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Default RE: CSM v10 Raptor Specs

Many thanks for your post Colin.

That information is great.

I will try those settings tonight.

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