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Rudder control very slow on CX 2

When turning nose right or left the turns are so slow.  Do I need to adjust gain or do I have another problem?

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CX2 looses/gains altitude with rudder input - RC Groups


Discussion CX2 looses/gains altitude with rudder input Coaxial ... very quickly and slow), ... i just moved the swashplate control things up a notch on the white ...
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16 CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS - MIT OpenCourseWare


16 CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS ... 16.1.2 The Need for Modeling Effective control system design usually ... the system would be overdamped and very slow to respond ...
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SCHEMPP-HIRTH Flugzeugbau GmbH: Ventus-2cx


Manual Rudder Control; Safety Options; ... the Ventus-2cx can always be found in top OLC positions and is top of ... performance has been increased both during slow ...
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Helicopter Flight Exercises - Nova.Org


Start very slow with your stick movements ... take the control skill learn in #2 and combine it with controlling the ... helicopter in-line with rudder cx ...
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Ares Chronos CX100 Review | HeliAdvisor


Ares Chronos CX 100 is a coaxial RC helicopter which has been advertized as the “Easiest ... rudder control makes one ... Not a very good control over the ...
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SCHEMPP-HIRTH Flugzeugbau GmbH: Ventus-2cxT


Manual Rudder Control; ... The combination of the versatility of using a Ventus-2cxT and the easy usage of ... performance has been increased both during slow ...
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'Outdoor Size' Coaxial Helicopter? - Page 1 - RunRyder


Rudder yaw control was very unusual. ... Slow and Smooth 2-D Scale Flyer ... Blade › Other › 'Outdoor Size' Coaxial Helicopter?
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