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Old Nov 13, 2012, 08:56 PM
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Well I'm happy to report that I think I figured it out. Someone suggested that I remove the foam tray. So I went ahead and utilized the 3mm holes on each corner of the board with some 3mm spacers and nuts, and some rubber washers and some hot glue.

I made sure that my table was level first. Then I leveled the Quad. It needed a couple strips of tape on the forward two arms. Then I leveled the board. The cool thing about this design is that I can take the nuts off and put a spacer on the other side to raise the board and level it accordingly if needed.

Then I recalibrated thier was a little drift but that was corrected with the auto level settings with a little pitch and roll adjustments. So it's flying much better than it was. Now I'll take it out tomorrow and fly it outside and see if I can tune it.

Thanks again for all the help!
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