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Predator SB keeps going left. I tried trimming it to the right with the strafe but it doesn't react. Set it to zone 1

I can fly the protocal drone no problem.

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adjust the trim on the controller please watch some beginners videos. In this instance the problem is yaw which is left and right rotation on a helicopter it is affected by the speed of rotation of the tail rotor relative to the speed of main rotor and its gyroscopic effect. the floor cause weird flight effects on helicopters to get the trim precisely set it must be at least 4ft from the ground. but initially just get it to where it is controllable.

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