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Old Nov 09, 2011, 07:05 PM
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Today with zero wind the Datalogger gps record 185.8 mph, the day before with tail downd wind I reed 205.7 mph with same set-up Cam prop 5.5X5.5 3S-3300 65C LiPo . Nex I I try a fews long level pass.only for reading accurate . Cheers
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Old Nov 10, 2011, 03:06 AM
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Today with zero wind the Datalogger gps record 185.8 mph, the day before with tail downd wind I reed 205.7 mph with same set-up Cam prop 5.5X5.5 3S-3300 65C LiPo . Cheers
I have the same datalogger not very accurate at all speed readings are all over the place ranging from 236Kph to 289Kph all on the same day just doing full speed dives with my SD same prop same lipos 4 dives and 4 different speed readings I was expecting good things from this little logger especially after been told by the manufacturer that they where using a military grade GPS LOL it's just a gadget and a waste of money that's all
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Old Nov 10, 2011, 04:35 AM
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I think you will find it more accurate in a level pass.

Diving is going to confuse most gps units, as will any high G turning.
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I think you will find it more accurate in a level pass.

Diving is going to confuse most gps units, as will any high G turning.
Well yes the gps read the speed as you level up after the dive not as you diving, anyways I have done level passes with speed difference of 30 to 50 Kph as I said it's just a gadget
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Old Nov 10, 2011, 04:37 PM
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Today with zero wind the Datalogger gps record 185.8 mph, the day before with tail downd wind I reed 205.7 mph with same set-up Cam prop 5.5X5.5 3S-3300 65C LiPo . Nex I I try a fews long level pass.only for reading accurate . Cheers
What motor?

Must be drawing some wicked amps, if the GPS is "in the ballpark"
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I have a Medusa 028-56-2800kv motor , 80 amps with 5.5X5.5 Cam prop. Cheers
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