|Today, 01:21 AM|
I just went out and test flew it tonight. Flew very nice and was different to flip since mine i made intentionally visible for flipping with the blue top and red bottom. But in regular flight orientation the new one is a clear winner.
On the second flight I decided to fly both together in safe mode a bit. It was around 24 degrees out and I let them heat up in the car for about 10 minutes, then went straight out and tried to fly.
Not sure but maybe some calibration or the temp difference between the two boards made them fly about 10 foot difference in Safe mode.
But even though they were off in altitude they flew so well and were so visible I popped them up to about a hundred feet and tried a few flips.
Happy to report I didnt crash
|Today, 01:25 AM|
United States, CO, Broomfield
Joined Jun 2005
So, to answer your question, if you are at sea level, you should be able to get it up to at least 5,500 ft
That is over a mile high! Assuming your battery lasts long enough and also your transmitter stays in range.
I am NOT advocating trying to do this. Just thought I would answer his question.
|Today, 01:33 AM|
welp I flew into a tree tonight in FFF and it bounced off. After it hit the ground I heard a crunch broke the front right arm lol.
|Today, 01:38 AM|
ch1 : 100 FULL !THR
-100 THR C1
ch2: 100 AIL
ch3: 100 ELE
ch4: 100 RUD
ch5: -45 FULL !ID0
6 FULL !ID2
ch6: 100 FULL GEA
cv1: -100 -50 0 50 100
if you guys get sick of me talking about the 9xr with the quad just shout at me. I dont want to stray from the quad itself.
|Today, 01:43 AM|
Australia, NSW, Windsor
Joined Apr 2006
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