Unfortunately when we went to fly this today, one of the aileron servos packed in so was unable to fly. We will hopefully get this resolved and be able to fly next weekend.
For the motor issue, I have calibrated all ESCs and set the PWM range in the servo function parameters and still observe the same issue I clarified in my last post.I have posted another video here to better show my issue: https://vimeo.com/242473114
When the motors are disarmed in and the autopilot is in any copter mode the motors don't spin and spin smoothly when armed. When armed in any fixed wing flight mode they spin smoothly, BUT when disarmed they stutter. I have managed to show the same issue now on a futaba TX/RX and frsky TX/RX.
The fact that it arms and disarms in the manner I would expect in copter modes and that the throttle is smooth when armed on any flight mode, would suggest I have calibrated everything correctly? I am not sure what I am missing here? I have done an ESC calibration and performed a radio calibration. I dont think this is a biggie in terms of functionality but I think it is a safety concern.
@Tridge What parameters would control this and I will tell you their value as set on my set up? I take it you don't report the same issue if you were to try the same actions I performed in the above video?
For the yaw control I was referring to q stablise - apologies for not specifying. This just seems like something that has caught me off guard. I am just used to checking all my control surfaces before flying and was unsure if the autopilot would treat the tilt servo in the same way as a rudder on a traditional fixed wing aircraft.
Now that I am more familiar with this stuff since my first post, I think a lot of this is pretty minor and shouldn't get in the way of actually flying the aircraft.