Originally Posted by indoorheli
Well for about 1/2 a battery I thought I finally got some tail shakes. There was absolutely no shakes until above 80% throttle so I bet I could have still flipped it around on a low flat curve without issues. Most of the bad shakes popped up after doing reverse loops. After I popped the hood I found out it was only the battery. It looked like it was secure but wasn’t good enough and now I need to go find some better velcro. Just goes to show how a bit more power compared to the 120’s I have had can cause issues from simply not paying attention to something simple.
Now if I had Darryl's machine I would have really been in trouble
I noticed your TX beeping during flips. Is that your throttle timer when you transition through low stick in idle-up? If you set it to start/stop based on a throttle output percentage instead of a physical stick percentage, it won't do that. I know it probably doesn't really matter in the grand scheme, but I didn't like my TX beeping and timer stopping/starting every time I went through 1/4 low stick in idle-up. So, I changed it to a throttle output of 25% (independent of stick position, based on throttle curve) and the timer only beeps/stops going to low stick in NORM since my idle-up 2 and is a straight 100% "curve" and my idle-up 1 never drops below 25% at full low stick. Just thought that might help. If you do that on purpose, I'm curious as to why.