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Old 08-25-2004, 10:22 PM   #256
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Can I use Fail safe adapter with Adv. HSR?
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Old 08-26-2004, 11:25 AM   #257
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This may be a stupid question, but can I use analog servos (Airtronics 94358) with the Helios System? Or do I have to get digital servos/KO Propo Brand digital servos? Kinda confused about the modes here. Thanks
Analog servos will work in the Super HSR or Normal modes. They will not work with the Advanced HSR.
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Can I use Fail safe adapter with Adv. HSR?
You can not use a Fail safe adapter with Advanced HSR. The signal is to fast and the fail safe will think that you are getting a radio hit. You can use it in the other response modes.
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Why isnt SUPER HSR better than Advanced HSR...Super is a cooler word than advanced...
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I just found out that my Helios cannot adjust Left turn travel in steering balance anymore. What's wrong? I can adjust right side.
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I just found out that my Helios cannot adjust Left turn travel in steering balance anymore. What's wrong? I can adjust right side.
Aku, if the pots are not calibrated, when you turn the wheel to the left, the * doesnt come up, right? Well, once you readjust the pots, all will be back to normal.

How to do that:
1: Turn on
2: Scroll down to "ADJUST VR"
3: Press Enter
4: Scroll to "YES"
5: Press Enter
6: Turn the wheel left
7: Turn the wheel right
8: Press Enter
9: Pull Full Throttle
10: Full Brake
11: Press Enter
12: Press Enter again

All done, back to main menu. Now you have adjusted the pots in the radio, and are all recalibrated.

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Old 08-29-2004, 08:28 AM   #262
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Thanks mike, fixed the problem.
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What cause this problem anyway?
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I got to use the new radio yesterday and it was different than my old M8. It will take some time to learn all of the different menu's and what not but it was decent. The grip of the radio was different. Due to my large hands it needs the bigger grips or I will use tennis wrap like I did on the M8. Everyone says that the drop down wheel is the way to go but I would have to hold a radio that actually had it on to see if it's worth me shelling out the cash. If I don't like the feel then I wasted some cash. It's also pretty cool that a KO rep is always on this thread answering questions.
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What cause this problem anyway?
Well, they just get out of calibration. The ones Ko uses are so accurate, that if they get knocked out of calibration, just a little, you won't be able to set the balance. Al least, that is what I think... . Probably if you knock your radio against something....or drop it, like I have...
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I got to use the new radio yesterday and it was different than my old M8. It will take some time to learn all of the different menu's and what not but it was decent. The grip of the radio was different. Due to my large hands it needs the bigger grips or I will use tennis wrap like I did on the M8. Everyone says that the drop down wheel is the way to go but I would have to hold a radio that actually had it on to see if it's worth me shelling out the cash. If I don't like the feel then I wasted some cash. It's also pretty cool that a KO rep is always on this thread answering questions.
, there is no comparison between the M8 and the Helios
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ya, that is what I did...the tennis wrap that is.

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Hey......you covered a button.
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Hey......you covered a button.
ya, i cant feel it now with my thumb...see, there is a reason for everything, and it is still fully functional
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Default helios Synthsized version

anyone heard anything about a Synthsized version in the future?

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