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Thank you for your help -> for anyone interested… my issues were fixed by playing close attention to my tricopter and tweaking these parameters;
especially min throttle -> which I turned up to 300.
I am also currently selling my tricopter -> will ship worldwide.
I use a very old version of cleanflight (that matches the time that Triflight 0.5 came out) … but i also run it on Mac, shouldn’t make a difference as you run it as a chrome app.
you will have to manually add it to chrome though, as the newest cleanflight will override it.
…also if windows 10 is giving you grief, install win7 on another partition
Very interesting response re; data-logging -> I haven’y delved into data-logging with multi rotors or this hobby in general as i like to keep it simple…
I’d happy update the board, but I have the AIO David made back in the day and until I snap it, i’ll happily keep using it, I’m far from “the latest and greatest” type of guy out there, and something that I can’t out-fly keeps me happy.
Yes, i recall when thrust-factor was implemented, I will have a look at it tomorrow, I sort of feel even though this happen when throttle is applied.. it happens not as a reaction to throttle directly…
I’ll have a look at the PIDs and thrust factor tomorrow, the yaw, especially at higher rates is more than what i need, so I’m happy to drop some I on the yaw and soften it if need be, even though it doesn’t hunt as such as it is.
I run a F1 mini-tri – Its how I bought it from the store.
But I have added the servo feedback and running Tri-flight 0.5 (beta 3) – the latest release.
It flys super well, minus there is a slight yaw twitch when hovering, or ‘drift’ if you want to call it that.
Otherwise super happy, support for the F1 board and the newer version of Tri-flight is difficult i have found, the resource mapping has changed and the default PIDs are for higher gyro and board rates and don’t translate well to F1 so i stick with 0.5