With the change of scale rules allowing gyros in aircraft at Top Gun, the need for an aircraft gyro has become apparent. Now there is no reason not to use gyros in our planes because we don’t have to disable them in competition. And if you ask scale builder (or modelers in general) have they ever has at least one plane that could have benefited from a gyro, the answer would be YES. With this news of the rule change, JR started immediately developing an easy-to-use aircraft gyro. The G370A is the sister to the G3703D, modified to meet the needs of fixed-wing applications.The G370A has a machined aluminum frame plus aluminum top and base plates, it’s virtually crash proof. Its small size and easy programming make it an ideal gyro for the latest warbird or jet model.
Anti-drift sensor allows high-performance flight
Capable of outputting signals to the servo in a shorter cycle for finer control
Capable of adjusting the gain from the transmitter
West Coast senior editor About me: I’ve been involved with RC aircraft since high school and have flown just about everything. I started my RC career with scratch-building, but now like many pilots I rely on ARFs to get me in the air. My main focus is on pylon racing, aerobats, combat and scale warbirds.