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"Aftermarket" Mode 4 remote (w/4 channels)
Where can I (or can I ) purchase a different 'mode 4' remote for S800G. Current remote is WAY TOO SENSITIVE.
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Shingo
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September 24, 2012 - 12:33 am

Just got my new S800G. It's AWESOME...but the remote is very touchy and hard to make subtle adjustments in flight.  I don't mind the MODE 4 functions, but I am looking for a way to make the throttle controls less touchy.  It's hard to make subtle adjustments up/down without "bouncing" the helicopter up to the ceiling or back to the floor. Where can I get a new Mode 4 remote with 4 channels that has better controls?  I've used my S107 remote on the S800G (loosing the left/right drifting) and I much prefer the throttle adjustment on the S107 remote.  It's smoother...

 

HELP?!!?

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bvc
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September 25, 2012 - 9:31 am

If you have an s107 remote you are not using, take off the knobs and put them on the s800 remote. It will help a lot.

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If it's too small, use an extra s107 remote to make a case to put the s800 in.

 

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If you are handy with a solder iron, add a potentiometer to control the power of the throttle. How is here

http://syma107.com/forum/gener.....e-3/#p4287

 

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Albatross166
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December 16, 2012 - 2:30 am

Maybe you can possibly put a resistor in the lead for the controller ?  Changing values will change how the control reacts. More resistance means you will have to move the controller more distance to effect the same result.

If you put in a variable resistor and mount it outside, you can turn it down as the battery wears and not lose battery time when you need more throttle due to the resistor you installed.

 

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