Bavarian Demon Cortex JR G370A Gyro
Super Bandits, Bandit ARF's MKI and II, and eBandit
Bavarian Demon Cortex
3 Axis Gyro
It makes an average
R/C Pilot look very professional, especially in windy
Safe crosswind landings are now much easier, thus saving
airframe and landing gear damage. One "saved"
landing and your investment in this (36 X 34 X 14mm) 1
oz device is recovered - and then some.
More Time Flying - Less Time
BVM # V-DA-BD-CORTEX
Price $ 349.00
Easy to install
Easy to setup
Compatible with: Spektrum, JR, Futaba Receiver Systems
Easy to Run: simply connect your
current radio system. No PC necessary!
- 2 ailerons
- 2 elevators
- 1 rudder
- Dimensions: 36 x 34 x 14 mm
- Supply voltage: 4...10 V
(2S-LiPo-compatible, min. 5.5V using Spektrum/JR
- Servo frame rate: 55Hz /
- Maximum servo currents: Total
10A (continuous load)
- Weight: approx. 18g (without
- Length of connecting cables
to receiver: 90 mm
| Adding a gyro to the
aileron control system of any jet really smoothes things
out about the roll axis. Your observed piloting
skills just got better and your work load is decreased,
especially on final approach and landing. The JR
370A (A for Airplane) is perfect for the task and very
easy to install and set-up. Purchase the gyro from BVM
and you get installation parts at no extra charge.
PA-SR-0051 Price $164.99
Bevel the aft bottom edge of the gyro
mount to conform to the glue joint of F-3 and the
Apply a Zap-a-Gap finish to the
fwd side of the gyro mount.
Glue the gyro mount in place as
shown. Use BVM QT Poxy.
Cut the double adhesive foam to a
1" X 1" square and adhere the gyro to the 1/8" ply mount. Add the tie-wrap for extra security.
Use the JR 370A instructions to
properly connect and set-up the gyro. The "Gyro
used for the BVM demo Bandit are: Flap up 15% Flaps
take off 24% Flaps landing 33%.
After your first flight, you may
want to make minor adjustments.
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