Gyro Setup on Honey Bee King V2

Gyro Setup on Honey Bee King V2

Gyro gain settings and transmitter settings. Turntable testing and quick test flight


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11 Responses to “Gyro Setup on Honey Bee King V2”

  • Kingster Sreejit:

    It's a trim setting?

  • salvatore alessandrino:

    Hallo i also have this heli
    The mine right bitton is bgint the center en wirks good like that
    I dont have spare parts to fly with it greetings

  • jmoheli:

    The top is from an aluminum clip board, which turns out to be really handy since it's thin enough for the screws from the HD

  • Christopher Allison:

    doh, I can't believe I didn't think of that. I have so many old HDD laying around some which have already been stripped for other parts. When I find the time I may have to construct something similar. Thank you for the swift reply.

  • jmoheli:

    The bearing came out of an old hard drive. I must say, it is super smooth

  • Christopher Allison:

    Great setup you have there for testing/configuring the gyro. Did you buy the bearing for it or cannibalism it from something else?

  • jmoheli:

    @wkialyleiam It sounds like you've covered most of the basics. Because it always goes to the left is a good clue. Try flattening the pitch of the main blades (shorten the feathering shafts). If you have too much pitch in the main blades the torque from the rotor will be more than the tail can overcome. Try setting the main blade pitch to just about flat when throttled down. This is ok since the rotor servos are linked to increase the pitch as you throttle up.

  • jmoheli:

    @wkialyleiam Could be. I've had gyros go bad before. You didn't mention how bad the issue is, if the gyro is not working correctly or not at all. After powering up move the tail by hand and see if the tail servo responds. If the servo responds does but the tail is not holding there could be several things. I've considered replacing my tail servo with a higher speed servo to reduce the response time but have't explored that option just yet. Can you describe your issue a little more?

  • luki01111:

    @jmoheli thanks.

  • jmoheli:

    @luki01111 : I use the nylon lock nuts. Keep in mind that the aluminum rotor has 3mm holes and the wooden blades come with a 2.5mm holes so you'll need to drill them out. Some blades come with 3mm holes already, I just happen to like the wooden ones.

  • luki01111:

    What nut's do you have in main blades is it selfocking nut or ordinary one ?

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