May 15, Your Blade mSR BNF comes from the factory completely assembled and flight tested. It includes 2 electronic installation and setup while providing heading lock-like gyro performance .. Spektrum DX7/DX7se. JR X programming values are shown below for the Spektrum DX6i, DX7s, DX6, DX7, DX8, the Blade mSR S DXe model setup available at Sep 25, A short course – How to Bind and Trim Your mSR Heli. The new E-flite mSR ultra micro helicopter is truly something different and exciting for RC.

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Settinggs you already own a mSR, mSRX, or SR, or are thinking of getting one these great little birds; this 93 page eBook will help answer many of the common and not so common questions.

Chapter 1 – Introduction: These are all market driven responses in my opinion as it depends more on the individual than the helicopter at what level you can successfully start with. Lots of people for example start with complex collective pitch birds and do so with great success because they did their homework.

They understand it will take a long time to learn how to fly and know the importance of a good flight training program — methodical and logical. Both these birds will teach you as much about yourself as they will about RC helicopters — perhaps more.

Blade mSR/mSR X Helicopter – Standard & Beginner Transmitter Settings

With the right settings, they will certainly hone your mer that are transferable to single rotor collective pitch if and when you want to take that next fun step.

Dx77 mSRX is an even better transitional step for learning collective pitch because the cyclic response is very close to that of a CP heli. As I said in my review on it, it requires active piloting to keep it in one spot much more so than the flybar version which more or less holds the little bird in mse hover with no pilot input. If you are flying in a carpeted room with only soft hazards such as pillows and a big comfy couch, the chances of doing damage to your tail motor wiring is slim.

If on the other hand, you are flying in the garage, gym, outside, or any place where the tail motor could come into contact with a less than soft surface, your very first “to do” item is to protect the tail motor with this 30 second fix.

The mSR will fly not too bad with out of track blades, but it does vibrate and once you set the tracking correctly — it really smooths the bird out. By the way, this method will work on any type of high lift plastic rotor blade. Once you are comfortable flying your Blade mSR or SR, you may want to start altering things a bit in the radio programming to make them mimic a true single rotor collective pitch helicopter while hovering.

This is especially useful for practicing nose in hovering where your cyclic controls are reversed. Perhaps even better than a good simulator since you are actually flying something real and the “fear or stress factor” is somewhat duplicated while the “fun factor” is maintained. I am probably the last guy to recommend any low tech modifications to any RC helicopter to make it fly better. You may gain a slight edge in performance for one specific area of flight but drastically alter the flight characteristics for the worse in many other areas.

As I have stated many times, all helicopters model and full size are a design compromise between stability, maneuverability, power consumption, lifting ability, flight speed, and of course — COST. All that said; here is a simple modification I have experimented with to my flybar on my mSR.


Chapter 7 – Maintenance, Repairs, Improvements: I will also point out some good spare parts to keep on hand so you are not grounded when something wears out or breaks. While the Flybar Modification Chapter is still fresh in my head, I may as well start with this item since it is the fastest wearing item on the mSR but to a lesser extent on the SR.

This has been confirmed both with my experiences, and many others who contacted me. The result is an uncontrollable heli since a separated swash has the same effect as a backward and right cyclic command, the more it is separated, the more severe the effect.

That said, the AS3X gyro system on the mSRX does a very good job at automatically correcting for this and you may not even know it has happened. I soldered my new micro plug harness on the left side of the board after de-soldering and removing the stock harness from the right side of the board.

Pay special attention to polarity! The positive post on the circuit board is forward of the negative. If you don’t have a PDF reader you can download one for free from Adobe.

There are also PDF Apps available for tablets and smart phones if that is how to wish to view the eBook. If for whatever reason you don’t find the information in this eBook helpful and useful; simply contact me within 30 days from the purchase date and request a refund along with the original transaction or order number and a simple explanation of why you’re requesting a refund. Please remember, this bade an eBook and there are NO hard copies available.

Did I mention this was my first Heli and I absolutely could not fly it until I read your e-book? I am still learning, but because of your book I didn’t look like a beginner!!

I got a sr about 6 months ago and thanks to the pitfalls of being a rookie 4ch flyer, have had some issues with TBE, vibration and some of the other common stuff.

Had to figure out the source of the problems from googling around wettings web. Wish I found it 4 months ago. Just got a dx6i radio and programmed in the settings suggested in your Blade mSR Tips ebook.

The flies like a different bird – especially the greatly improved throttle control and more balanced aileron. Thanks for putting together such a helpful resource! Greg Margolis – United States. The presentation clarified a lot of issues and helped me move forward in the right direction.

I’m now going to dive into flybar-less flight because your explanation regarding the mSR X was so clear. Thank you very much! Peter Riddell – United States. I am relatively new to RC Helicopters, and have purchased 5 in the past three months. The first vx7 a cheap Chinese coax that I couldn’t get to do anything, I then purchased a Blade cx Scout which I still enjoy.

MSR DX7 Settings – HeliFreak

I hope to purchase a Blade 3D in about a year to get into CP machines. Thanks for all your info and hard work to make this hobby fun and enjoyable. Matthew Lyvers – United States. I honestly have been searching the internet for weeks looking for Blade mSR tips. I found a few that did and didn’t work. I then stumbled across your e-book offering and decided for only 8 dollars to give it a try.

I have to tell you, I certainly never expected settingx the information you gave in this book. I had no idea there was so much you could do with the mSR. Settinys especially liked your explanation of toilet bowl effect and how to fix it.

Your tips worked and my mSR is hovering better then it ever has. I still am digesting all the information and can’t wait to apply it, especially the fly bar modification.


How-To Setup, Bind and Trim the Blade mSR BNF: Spektrum – The Leader in Spread Spectrum Technology

Good thing I am on holidays next week – once again, settinhs Stan Hunter – United States. I found your website seettings I was considering upgrading my mSR with with some of the aluminum parts that are available. With your tips, I’ve got my mSR “locked-in” with stock parts and thus considerable cost and weight savings. I’m fairly new into the helis and your tips and programming techniques were exactly what I was looking for.

I’m sure it will be referenced many times in the near future. Thanks for a great sdttings Larry Kappel – United States. After reading both the official manuals I understood nothing. Hours of internet searching – still none the wiser. But everything for the beginner is there in your manual. I believe e-flite should send it standard with the heli. Guy Ester – Netherlands. I’m just getting into electric micro helis bypassing the mCX, too simple and your guide has been really useful bkade informative for me.

The section on programming my DX6i for use with the mSR was a godsend! By getting the Tx profile set and tweaking the blade tracking per your simple to follow instructions, my mSR flys so much better and is much more controllable.

The mSR review you did on your website was also of great interest as well. Again, thanks and best regards – Jeff Houck – United States. Your Blade mSR tips book taught me more in a bladde of settlngs than I had learned in the past month!

You explain things well, and you seem to hit on the important things that I really need to know. The throttle curves work great, and I’ve been experimenting with Dual Rate and Expo. It’s snowing here, so I’m stuck flying in my living room, and these adjustments make for better practice and more fun! Thanks again, Rick Rheaume – United States.

I only read through chapter four, setting up my DX6i. After a bit of testing, I found the settings that worked for me and after reading the whole book.

Finally I now understand what dual rate and expo mean, tried different settings, looked at the servo movement, and ended up with these: This was a great book, ddx7 what I needed. I now I have all four books you have wrote, great work, and I hope you blaxe be continuing this good work. Best regards, Rune Aagesen – Norway. I was so happy to see you just released it. You didn’t miss anything in my opinion, in fact you covered way more then I was expecting.

As you blase in the book, your viewers had a big part in the many topics that were addressed and I was happy to be one of them.

As I have come to expect from reading the many articles on your web pages, your explanations in the book are so easy to understand and the pictures are a great help. My mSR is now flying like new again. I don’t have a computerized radio yet, but I hope Santa brings one. I have given my wife many DX6i hints. I can’t wait to try out your settings on a better radio to really have a blast with this little helicopter. Terry Arnold – United States. My RC Helicopter eBooks are here to help you with those exact problems.

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