Team 1202 build Diary

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Kyro
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Re: Team 1202 build Diary

Post by Kyro » Wed Jan 15, 2020 5:29 pm

glue some elastic bands on either side of the stick to help centering... probably the quickest and dirtiest way to do it.... otherwise its sourcing and replacing a gimbal if they are replaceable in the blade easiest, or finding a small spring and tension rod and fitting it to your current gimbal...
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AndrewC
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Re: Team 1202 build Diary

Post by AndrewC » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:28 pm

I like my sticks to both self centre, so I bought a spare self centring part form ebay. I don't know which transmitter you use. I use a Flysky FS I6. Link to what I bought below. You may or may not be able to buy the right one to fit your transmitter, but worth a look.

Fitting the parts is very simple. A screwdriver and perhaps some needlenose pliers is all you'll need. Transmitters are built for self centring in every direction so that common parts can be used for both sticks. They just don't fit the parts to one axis. There's really no modding involved, just installing a few extra parts.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Flysky-i6S-F ... 2749.l2649
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