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PostPosted: Wed 29 May - 01:25 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

I bought this EURGLE electronic balancing system for $12 from R2.

I haven't tried it yet.

Looks like the Wrap Up Next Copy.


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PostPosted: Wed 29 May - 09:29 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

hi RE-extreme! i have test this gyro at the begining of my rwd experience ( 6 month ago ) and I was very disappointed, but can be because it was not new, and completely unsettle... and after 2 trying, the welds broke...

make a feedback when you have try it Wink
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PostPosted: Wed 29 May - 10:19 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

R2 and Hobbyking they sell cheap rc stuffs, there's alway a risk when we buy their products. But you already know that when you place the order, you pay for what you get !!!
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PostPosted: Wed 29 May - 10:24 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

yes it's true ^^ but with hobbyking, we have not much surprise than R2...
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PostPosted: Wed 29 May - 11:27 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

yes,

very cheap... I don't know what to expect.
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PostPosted: Sat 1 Jun - 13:20 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

I was considering this after i saw it on R2. But didnt end up getting it. ANy further tests with gyro?

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PostPosted: Sat 1 Jun - 13:52 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

It didn't come with instructions.

But anyway, It didn't work when i plugged it in.

I took it apart and one wire was off the circuit board.

So I crushed this junk!
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PostPosted: Sat 1 Jun - 15:47 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

Mr. Green

take a suberidome bro ^^
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PostPosted: Mon 3 Jun - 16:44 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

Suberidome is the best choice. If price is your concern, you can go with KDS800, it's a gyro for heli and you may need to set up the Gain from 6-7 channel heli tx. I saw many Japanese guys on youtube, they tested it on their RWD set up and it works fine. I bought an old Heli Futaba GY401 Gyro (it should be similar with KDS800) and it works great.
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PostPosted: Mon 3 Jun - 23:30 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

I got that gyro and it is working fine. - Adjusting it precisely is a bit tricky, because a quarter of a turn on the poti is setting it from 0 to 100%, but apart from that it works pretty well and does what it is supposed to do. - - - But I am still wondering, weather a 100$ heli gyro would do a recognizable better job on a drift car?
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PostPosted: Tue 4 Jun - 01:27 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

R2 quality control is not good.

the internal board had failed with solder joints broken before install.

Power was in, but the extension off the board was not connected.
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PostPosted: Thu 6 Jun - 18:41 (2013)    Post subject: EURGLE Reply with quote

Yeap! the Eurgle gyro it's not working...i tried before 3 months...!The suberidome is made from PWS...and it's seems the same as the GWS PG-03.... Very Happy

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