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Old Feb 02, 2013, 05:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Tahoe Ed View Post

How do you have the Naza mounted to your frame? I ask because it appears to be at an angle to the level of the frame. It looks like the Naza thinks the right arms are lower and is trying to give more power to them to get level. That's one. The second thing is go to a park with grass or snow, something soft. Multi Rotors don't like sitting close to the ground in their own prop wash. When it starts to get light on the skids then pop it off the ground up to about 2-3 feet and let it set there for awhile to allow you to get yourself together. I would also make some 2-3" legs for it to get your lipo off the ground. I watched the motors and looked at the props and they appear to be correct to me. Let us know about the Naza mounting.
The naza is mounted via velcro onto the frame. Directly in the center. [EDIT: I just read.. velco is bad]

I'm about to go make some skids. Just So I don't have to strap the battery all over the top of the frame. Maybe this may solve another issue. I have also set up the quad indoors. I going to try this "testing rig".

Where I am pointing is forward.

Originally Posted by Bill Glover View Post
Are you 100% sure:

1. You have the right frame type (x quad or + quad) selected in the assistant?
2. The ESCs are plugged in to the correct ports on the Naza?
3. The motors are rotating in the correct directions?
4. The right props are on the right motors?

1. yes
2. yes.
3. yes
4. yes
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