Well that’s because someone out there figured out how to actually allow that to happen as in a model to allow auto’s such as this one… Anyone can do it but you should of seen my skills trying other helis that won’t allow it per say or not modeled correctly to give you actual increase in blade speed as you fall… whew! those were a trip and ended up just a smoking hole in the ground. So when I tried that the very first time on this model I was really happy. The only other one I used to fly that allowed auto’s really nice was the DoDoSim 206.
On this model… If the governor would work separate from the actual throttle then I would use the collective throttle and leave the mixture knob alone and set in it’s normal position cause I know its funny looking to see me using the mix for throttle lol but it works. The auto’s are not really that tough as long as you have a place to set it down. That second auto was a bit scary cause I almost ran out of room so had to set it down more vertical. Thats the hardest thing, getting the forward speed, the descent rate and the blade speed to match somewhat and then applying the right pitch at the right time for a more vertical auto.
Thanks again for your comment.