|Aug 25, 2013, 09:07 AM|
Joined Apr 2006
small COAX outdoor speed
Physically stabilized* rotorcraft (+ fixed-wing!) eat substantial energy stabilizing themselves in the normal outdoor turbulence.
Thus their actual airspeed is lower outdoors!
Subtly de-stabilizing them by further incr. coning angles, for ex., will increase indoor and esp. outdoor speed ....
*[i.e., axes not stabilized by so-called "giros" through the PCB]
|Sep 09, 2013, 01:24 PM|
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