Originally Posted by Little-Acorn
Interesting. I guess it's possible to do that with a model plane and soem of the gyros we've seen around, such as the KK2.0 or other discrete gyros.
Good luck if you ever have a gyro malfunction, control failure, or power failure, tho.
Well heck, or how about a surface failure, ESC failure, motor failure, LiPo failure, or any one of many, many other failures. BTW-I have never had a gyro failure in over a 1000+ flights with them. I have had Dean's plug failures that totaled out 2 planes though. - And they are supposed to NEVER fail. Of course, I tossed all of mine and went to XT-60's. I have yet to have any problems at all with them. All 32 of my flying planes are using the XT-60's. For me, I swear by them.