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Tips and Trouble Shooting

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Tips and Trouble Shooting on the Tiger 50

On this page I'll include some of my tips and tricks I've learned while flying and building m Tiger 50. Where appropriate, I'll include steps or pictures to help clarify my explanations.

Please feel free to contribute your own tips - I'll post the best ones so everyone can see them.

Here's a tip that I am going to contribute as a start:

Q: How do I make my Tiger 50 more responsive?

A: With the machine stock it is incredibly stable, however, it can feel a little sluggish to the demanding 3D pilot.  Audacity Models sells several products to transform the Tiger 50 to a 3D hot dogger, such as:
3D paddles
3D see saw
3D hard dampers
3D flybar
Limited Slip Drive (driven tail during autos)
These will make your machine much more responsive and more suitable to your 3D needs.  I also recommend a good set of 600mm carbon fiber rotor blades.

REMINDER: Please refer to these following links for Tiger 50 Manual Addendum and the white papers dealing with subjects of interest concerning the Tiger 50:
White Papers-
Tiger 50 Manual can be found here:

Billy Zimmerman Audacity Models Field Rep