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Old 01-27-2005, 08:54 PM   #766
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travis you really need to change your avatar....lol
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Old 01-27-2005, 08:59 PM   #767
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travis you really need to change your avatar....lol
I may after that JRXS comes out. I like how that car is setup.

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Old 01-27-2005, 09:06 PM   #768
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yeah.that is the one i downloaded.how to use it??can u explain it to me?i am a newbie,so i dont understand everything.thanks
Open the program and click on NEW

Then double click on one of the custom tones

Then select OPEN and find one of the files that you downloaded from my other link.

this will bring it up and give you the info you need to type in to get the song...

That is what my picture shows above. Me opening a song from a file I downloaded.
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Old 01-28-2005, 04:19 AM   #769
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it really isn't hard(not as i tought).it is very easy.thanks travis for ur help.
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Old 01-28-2005, 04:55 AM   #770
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guys,can u use ni-mh cells in the helios?i will not cahrge the batteries via the charging jack,but will take it out and charge it externally(using a tx charger).but the question is,can i use it in the helios?thanks
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Old 01-28-2005, 06:26 AM   #771
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The speed reference according to your model would be the YY. This is what is increased. I doubt that you can feel the difference when going from neutral to the servo end point 0.06s /60 deg. You will feel and see the difference on the response in moving the servo back and forth rapidly.
The difference in frame rate, is it to a certain degree similar to the difference between a analog and a digital servo?

An analog servo motor recieves 50 pulses pr. second, where a digital servo get 300...

There are more differences between a analog and digital servo, and the comparision also requires, that specs like speed and torque are even. So such a comparision aint excatly waterproof

But the difference in amount of pulses sounds similar to difference in frame rate...
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Old 01-28-2005, 06:29 AM   #772
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Futaba have made this explanation of digital servos: http://www.futabarc.com/servos/digitalservos.pdf

If you guys at KO could come with an explanation of frame rate at the same level as this, you guys would be the best Because I dont think anyone have done that before
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guys,can u use ni-mh cells in the helios?i will not cahrge the batteries via the charging jack,but will take it out and charge it externally(using a tx charger).but the question is,can i use it in the helios?thanks
i use energizer nimh designed for digital cameras. you can also use the GP2300s.. or any other rechargable batteries out there.
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Old 01-28-2005, 12:01 PM   #774
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You quickly find that it does everything but toast bread...LOL
wow! you got the old helios. i have the Helios French Maid Edition 2005. it makes scrambled eggs, toast and bacon. freshly squeezed OJ too!
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Man I did not know about the French bread edtion.....


o well, I picked up the New 2005 pit man edition
for an extra 129.99 you can get this option added.

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o well, I picked up the New 2005 pit man edition
for an extra 129.99 you can get this option added.

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Well, i found a solution to my interferences on my Helios, came up to that one of the pins that the module connect to the transmitter was loose on the circuit board. Just took the radio apart and soldered the pin again and the radio works great again
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guys,i am getting a helios next weekend.i just want to know are there anything that i should look out for?
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Well, i found a solution to my interferences on my Helios, came up to that one of the pins that the module connect to the transmitter was loose on the circuit board. Just took the radio apart and soldered the pin again and the radio works great again
also check your crystal pins. i bent one and my car was whacky!
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guys,i am getting a helios next weekend.i just want to know are there anything that i should look out for?
make sure you turn up your steering travel all the way up... then adjust accordingly if its binding the servo.
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