I have a 9XR that i just started using to fly my APM deadcat quad with.
The problem is that the throttle stick is way too sensitive for me.
I used to fly the quad with a cheaper radio set and the throttle stick seemed great. I had too move the stick 'miles' to get it to change speed - which is what i like.
Now with the 9XR i only have to move the throttle stick a few mm and my quad is shooting up through the sky. Also, today when i was flying the quad it was a bit too high in the sky so i moved it down a few mm but that was zero throttle and it fell through the sky! I corrected it and all was fine - but i want to fix this.
I have calibrated the radio through mission planner. Just hoping someone with more experience could tell me how to make it less sensitive.
I was thinking, that at the moment the throttle channel mix on the 9XR is 100%. I guess this is the range it uses on that channel. What if i change it too 50%? Would that mean that the whole range of movement of the stick would only move through the lower 50% of the channel output. Effectively meaning i would be flying at MAX throttle at was previously 50% throttle?
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!