View Single Post
Old Jun 10, 2012, 07:41 PM
bartricky is offline
Find More Posts by bartricky
Shelter Kitty "Orange Death"
bartricky's Avatar
United States, FL, Monroe
Joined Jan 2008
3,165 Posts
Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
No, both were connected. And I've heard that this is a problem. On my original Cruiser it was the same because that is the way it comes I believe. I had close to 50 flights on that one and its end came from pilot error. But that does add another theory.

Another thought I had was on the esc programming. I believe I had the voltage cutoff on high. Is that also a wrinkle?
I will defer to someone who knows more about brushless twins.
I have a brushed twin so only one ESC.

But wondering if one BL ESC cut-off was set higher than the other might one motor quit earlier than the other?

My first thought was that one aileron servo came loose from it's mounting.
bartricky is offline Find More Posts by bartricky
Reply With Quote