Parameter menu point C
While in fast forward flight apply jerky collective pitch inputs to test this parameter. The helicopter should mainly remain in its horizontal path during climbing and descending. If the nose of the helicopter is pitching up and down heavily like a swimming dolphin, increase the value at Parameter menu point C to compensate for this effect. But if the value is too high, the helicopter might feel sluggish and lazy. Try to find the lowest suitable setting. Note that the Cyclic gain (Dial 1) must be set as high as possible, otherwise the pitching up effect maybe a result of too low reaction of the gyro system in general.
If the helicopter is still pitching up at the highest value, check if the swashplate has enough cyclic throw at high collective pitch values (Setup menu point L) and use faster and stronger servos as well as rotor blades that are as neutral as possible (for example blades specifically designed for flybarless helis).
The currently selected value is indicated by the Status-LED color and state. Move the rudder stick into one direction until the Status-LED lights in the desired color.
|Status-LED||Pitching up behavior|
The option “user defined” allows you to choose your own setting that can be edited by using the StudioX software bundle and the separately available USB2SYS interface.
Push the button to save the configuration and to proceed to Parameter menu point D.