Originally Posted by davidterrell80
When you connect the battery, is the plane absolutely still, in a sheltered location, out of any wind, and are you allowing the plane to remain motionless until the board "beeps" its readiness?
If not, the gyro will not judge inertial movements properly.
I found this out when I first flew my Carbon Cub.
I usually hook the battery up in the back of my SUV , but don't keep it motionless. I will give that a try. Thanks for the input.