Originally Posted by kennyhoc3
Yeah 3ft is really bad! I have now flown mine over 100ft high and probably 80ft out testing range / gliding and the only time I lost connection was when I went by the same exact place as the first time it went out. But I regained control after a second and It never happened again no matter how many times I tired lol
I love flying this while waiting for my um batteries to charge!
Sloperdude I hope you get yours figured out / fixed soon!
That's better range than I get. I'm lucky to get reception 50 ft out. I do tend to think the radio quality in these planes is very spotty. Some get a good one, and some don't. Mine is medium-bad, but it still works as long as I stay in my own front yard.
I wish I knew how to adapt it to another receiver "brick" as was mentioned a few posts earlier. Some directions on how to do that would be good.