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Megapirate Add-ons correction maybe?

Started by Toledodave, Monday,October 14, 2013, 15:14:26

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 I noticed alot of different posts about tri6 and tri yaw issues. I did a little research and found there is a descrepency between Megas notes and diagram for motor rotation directions. The picture diagram shows all top motors rotating one direction and all lower motors rotating another.
    Now in Megas 2.9.1 add-ons version in the readme attached file is a motor layouts and directions. Apparently in 2.9.1 version the rear motors have been swapped to opposite of what they were descibed in the past and in the diagram.  I have switched mine late last night. I will be attempting flight tonight and post my results.


No change. Copter still yaws. Not sure what to do next.


I know this might sound a bit dumb but I have always been one to check everything; have you checked that ALL of your props are the right way up i.e. all of your lower ones are pushing air downwards and also your top ones doing the same?
The only other thing I can think of is are they also all tight with no chance of slippage?
I think..........I think I am........therefore I am.............I think!


Yeah thanx for the reply. I know for a fact they are tight and wired right. During simulations they appear to all correct. Pitch and roll work great. It acts as if the rear motors arent level. But they are. I get a clockwise yaw and rudder cant over come. To i twisted the mounts just enough for a CClockwise yaw spin and still rudder doesnt respond. Going to recheck it all again. Half tempted to can the Y6 frame and go to.a Hexa 6.  Ive been at this too long and too close for this not to work! Lol. Lots of time and lots of money to merely fly with no yaw control. Lol


Starting to wonder if in flight and under a load the dynamics of the frame may be flexing and comprmising the integrity of level motors. :/