Originally Posted by That can fly?!?
Havoc, should of bought a DX6.
But hey serously sorry for your loss. I had the same thing happin but my dad was flying.
I've been thinking of a cheap DX-6 just for local park and neighborhood flying, but I will stick to good ol 72mhz on Channel 56 for the majority of my flying at controlled sites.
Well we have pretty much come to the conclusion that I must have had a stripped servo that locked an aileron in an up position. It was just after a dive of several hundred feet followed by a sharp pullout. Thats when the plane started to roll on its own and went into the spiral of death.
So tomorrow I'm getting a new stryker body kit and then going to go with some stronger servos with either karb or metal gears.
Thanks for the kind words.