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Old Nov 28, 2012, 08:59 PM
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Arrow orientation

I am building my first quad. I have the HK Q450 frame on which I'm mounting a KK2 FC. The bottom of the KK2 has an arrow and 'forward' printed on it. The arrow runs parallel with the edge of the board. My question revolves around the holes in the fiberglass plates that join the arms. When the KK2 is mounted in these holes the arrow lines up with one of the arms of the quad.

My intention is to use the "X" configuration. Do I need to drill new holes so that the orientation of the arrow is between two of the arms or will the board "know" that I intend to fly forward between the arms when I select an "X" on the board?
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