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PostSubject: GV-1 Throttle Hold   Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:29 am

Hi guys,

I have problems setting the GV-1 throttle hold on my 8uhp, does anybody have experience with the 8U and the GV-1 Hold function?

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PostSubject: Re: GV-1 Throttle Hold   Sat Jan 19, 2008 7:18 am

Atan,

Don't have experience setting up GV-1 with 8U, but it shouldn't be any different from any other radio we have setup before i.e. 9CHP,14MZ,DX7. Have you followed the instructions in the manual.... u need to run through one menu in GV1 which is to set/calibrate your throttle positions i.e. at idle, full throttle and engine cut. Once setup, you can test it via another menu to verify that GV1 has stored/ memorised those positions correctly. This setup process is vital and make sure you get it done correctly.
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PostSubject: Re: GV-1 Throttle Hold   Tue Jan 22, 2008 7:29 pm

HI Owen,

Well i did set the stick position well, but yet seem not to work very well,
My High stick was set all the way up...which is right
my idle is at the bottom stick
and my stop set at bottom stick plus trimmed to the lowest position.

This way my Gv1 will never turned off at lower stick, which i have in my past xperience that the gv1 cuts off while attempting a loop with a little -ve stick, and ended up in hard plunged to the ground.

Well ... i will try again to set my GV1 as your advice and see if it cuts off at throttle hold

Thanks Owen,

I still appreciate if more advice for the xperience pilots out there
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PostSubject: Re: GV-1 Throttle Hold   Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:55 am

Ok,

if calibration is done and verified to work properly using GV1 i.e. verify position using the GV1 TST function, then the next question to ask is if u had used a switch on an additional channel to activate GV1 or are you using the throttle stick position.

Also did you have your idle up throttle curve set to a V-Curve i.e. 100% on both low and high stick point. Otherwise, if your GV1 is set to sense throttle input to switch on and off, that could also be your problem.
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