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Rares Gosav:
17 Jan 2020 17:44:22
Hi guys and happy new year!!!
01 Jan 2020 00:12:50
Happy new year everyone, happy flying.  :beer2: :beer2:
31 Dec 2019 17:06:13
Happy new year all hope 2020 is a cracking year for you  :beer2:
25 Dec 2019 00:00:49
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24 Dec 2019 13:50:56
Seasons greetings to all on this forum have a good one ;)
21 Dec 2019 17:58:42
Have a great time DB. Look forward your projects in 2020.  :beer2:
21 Dec 2019 16:59:17
Have a good one D.B. ~~ :beer2: :beer2: :beer2:
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21 Dec 2019 16:13:44
Tbh I've been really busy, not had much time to fly anything and with conditions being crap, hopefully in the new year I'll have some new projects on the go, mostly to do with HAM radio, will certainly fly again soon. FTR I hate FB too   :D Merry Christmas
21 Dec 2019 15:21:30
Merry Christmas  :beer2:
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mini kk2 board height damping ???

Started by crash pilot, Tuesday,August 25, 2015, 10:10:46

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crash pilot

Hello all I have a stupid question about the kk2 board I have. I have been looking in the settings and found this height damping thing. I have looked through various online manuals but I need it explained to me a bit better. Not saying I am thick just physically challenged  :laugh:  what I want to know is what exactly does it do. Is it a head and hold thing or does it stop the quad from powering into the floor when going forward. My last quad I just threw it on and minor adjustments to pid settings and it flew good but was always on the throttle and elevator to stop it hitting floor. So I kind of wondered if this was what it was for any light on this subject very much appreciated Andy


Height Dampening is a feature which acts a bit like an altitude hold when you pitch/roll. Normally when you pitch/roll you lose altitude. When Height Dampening is set correctly it should compensate for this by increasing throttle as you pitch/roll.

crash pilot