Hi all,

I have had great success with a foamie and the autotune mode to get it flying.....

Now I have bought myself a very fast and "twitchy" Yak 54 stunt plane, that is powered by a 26cc two stroke motor..... It's a bit of a jump flying from one to the other.

It has huge control surfaces for 3D flying, and I have to use the exponential function on my radio control, as I literally have to be very very careful with very small movements even when at cruising speed....

I am about to install the APM2.5 into this plane, and am looking towards any hints on what I should put in to the PID settings initially...... Should I just leave the default settings, or should I attempt to guess some better settings for the initial flight?

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