Originally Posted by Donaldsneffe
Pfft... really not sure anymore. But I guess, it was hard left turn with full (or high) speed.
It's only a "CLACK", no problem at all - if not heard, I even would not have recoginzed it.
That is the situation in which strikes occur with the Solo Pro, which uses the exact same head setup. And I just noticed the flybar can only strike the tail, not the canopy. And since the tail has a round profile, the flybar can't get caught behind it. With the square boom of the Solo Pro, I already once had the flybar getting stuck behind the tailboom in the air, jamming the main rotor, and making the heli drop straight down from quite a big height...
My stock battery still isn't that good. I get about 4 minutes from it, and then I have to land within half a minute. Voltage after flight was 3.65V, so really pushing it a little. If I discharge the 120 OEM on my Solo Pro till that same level I can fly 7 minutes...